The Black Kennedy

November 5, 2008


Wow, what a night! The only thing that came close to the coolness of the Obama win were those holographic interviews CNN pulled off. Neat-o!

While realizing the historical significance of the Obama win I felt kind of “…so what, he’s black, big deal…” and I think it’s that attitude people took with them into the voting booth. Barack never campaigned on race because it didn’t really matter…this is “the new America”! And I don’t think people voted for him because he was black, they voted for him because he was the right man for the job.

This is the beginning of a new era of understanding between the races and religions, not just of the US but worldwide. The US has always been a leader, that shining city on the hill [1] that the world has always aspired to (the last 8 years excluded). The social, spiritual and economic ripple effect this will set off will be immeasurable and I hope he does the right thing.

As he said in his victory speech last night, now comes the hard part, getting things done. I think one of the most important orders of business is re-uniting the Untied States…do you think he can?

Question: What’s Most Important; Money, Respect or Power?

August 9, 2007

Men's Health Magazine

Men’s Health Magazine asked a very interesting question and got what I think was a very interesting answer. They asked “Which is most important to you at work; respect, money, or power?”

  • 82% said respect
  • 15% said power
  • 3% said money

My question of the week for you is how would YOU have answered that question? I thought at least money would have been more important than power.

Tell me what you think in the comments field below.

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