You’ve to do more than hard work to succeed, says the author of Outhouse
Culture may have taught people to only reverence hard work, but in today’s context, it may fall short. For example, if someone’s working for a fixed salary, he or she won’t see economic benefits from pouring his/her energy into the job. The boss may be grateful for all the extr . . .
Being black wasn’t easy, neither is it now
In the US, almost every black person has encountered disrespect to at least some extent on the basis of his/her skin color. While the country purports to be open and a believer of equal opportunities, such outcomes leave black people doubtful. This saga has been continuing from the earlier days and being black wa . . .
Black fathers are missing out on their children’s lives – Key reasons revealed
There’s a persistent myth that says black fathers are missing out on their kids’ lives. While this narrative may give people an idea about the complex lives of black men, the reality of some black males need to be understood to get to the true reasons behind this m . . .
Child without father – Demystifying the hard truth
The popular belief says that a child without father is more likely to grow up in a haphazardous manner. They often tend to depend on welfare, become homeless, develop different kinds of psychological issues etc. But, though very rare especially in poor families, it has been proven possible by the mother t . . .
Why you must not forget old school values ever
Old school morals and values helps one connect to the group of people desired by him/her. They also tell, in a more abstract way, how one should behave if he or she wants to be respected, accepted and venerated by the society. Old fashioned values even guide someone’s actions to help him/her gain in . . .