Have you ever heard that you’ve changed. I used to think that people meant that as an insult. I now receive that statement as a compliment. I’m glad that I’m not what I used to be. I am proud that I don’t do the things I used to do. I am definitely glad that I don’t have what I used to have. This is the real deal, and we must be real. To many people are caught up in a fantasy world. Most people don’t even know us, let alone care about us. This entitlement mentality is only a setup for failure. This world does not even want to pay us what is owed, so it is definitely not going to give us anything. We have to get up, get out and get somethings for ourself. This life is short, but it is up to us to make it sweet. When we decide to make positive moves in life, positive things will happen. I can’t say how quickly, but I can assure that they will. An action starts with a thought, so that means we have to create positive thoughts. Positive results come from positive actions. It is time to take our lives to the next level, regardless of all of the chatter that is around us. Chickens can’t hang with eagles. So, do not lower your standards to accommodate others. We are looking to move lives forward at 4 Peoples Choice Solutions. Please come and join the TRIP-OUT movement. It is time to elevate.
This is just a small part of the nation’s hypocrisy when it comes to criminal justice. The Iran-Contra scandal was the peremptory actions that led to the flooding of illegal drugs into the streets and neighborhoods of South Central Los Angeles. Now, thousands, if not millions of black men and women have been killed, incarcerated or adversely affected by the actions of our governmental agencies. The hypocritical thing is that one of the individuals that played a part in these scandalous activities has been named to assist in this administrations Venezula’s policy. This man was convicted for his crimes under Ronald Reagan’s administration (who should have been arrested as well, and was subsequently pardoned by George W Bush (who also should have been arrested). None of the people affected by the drugs was pardoned, and there is no doubt that this man should have been allowed to go on about his life without the disenfranchising felon tag being plastered on him. Herein lies just one of the problems with our nation.