More than 40 million people visit the city every year to bask in all it has to offer. Those living in it hardly appreciate what it means to the rest of the world. Sometimes we all should take a vacation to explore the places in which we live in. Our city is gorgeous. Rich… with history.
The Big Apple is only scary to those who have fallen in love with Hollywood’s version of it.
Life is seldom seen as it is. Our thoughts, feelings and experiences provide a lense through which we filter the world.
Wake up Thank God Work hard ???? Profit
The thing about falling is not how much it hurts to hit the pavement, it is how quickly we get back up. Life is not easy; it is not supposed to be. It is the trials and tribulations that make you a stronger person. The more you go through the more life experiences you can reach to when facing adversity. Never take it as a loss, treat it as a lesson. Get back up! Try again. Try harder. Learn...
Stop it. Why is that “artists” and people out in the world name themselves after people the have no connection to??? Naming yourself after someone who was powerful is not going to sprinkle that fairy dust on you, that sort of thing is passed down in genes not jeans. Unless you share DNA or carry the same last name as the Kennedy’s, Rockefeller’s and the like there is no...
Object of the Game
Never leave money on the table! We play not just to win, we want it all. THE WHOLE POT!
The Holy Bible says: ”Thou shall not covet thy neighbour’s wife or possessions.” The Holy Quran says: “do not covet what we bestowed upon any other people.” New York City says: “Don’t covet, get on your grind!”
If you’re only going to pay attention to one class in your life let it be math. You might not be the most eloquent or insightful person but you will not get screwed at the register on every transaction.
Dare to Think
Dare to think for yourself. The alternative is that you will be a sheep led astray by your flock or your pastor.
Raised in the Bronx, so you know who I will be rooting for tonight:
New York is the filter through which I see the world. It is a melting-pot of people, cultures and ideas that have colored my view of the world. The things I have seen, experienced and learned here have all played a part in my development; both the joys and tears have helped to mold me into the man I am today. I am a New Yorker, this is my life filtered through it.