Mini-series on the 30 Articles of Human Rights contained in the charter of the United Nations. Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2. Everyone is entitled to all … Continue reading Mini-Series on Human Rights Part One
If a religion, philosophy, or ideology, sacrifices others to benefit oneself, then it has a tiered value system of human life and has no place in a civilized world.
Peace comes at a price – personal inconvenience. We know peace is defined as the absence of strife, so that requires the inconvenience of personal sacrifice to achieve it. We all must take inventory of our lives and begin itemizing what matters most. Look at peace as a consequence and what it would look like … Continue reading The Price of Peace and the Educational Metamorphosis
It is true that we live in a world where you will be loved by few but judged my many. The Imprisonment by people's opinions can paralyze any positive movement and the result can be discouragement in the human soul to attempt positive change in the world around them. However, a slight change or correction … Continue reading Influence and it’s Domino Affect
Nations of the world are inseparably linked economically and other factors. The instability of one can lead to the instability of another. For example, if you have an economic meltdown in one country then other nations will be affected. The same is true when you have a civil war in one, the surrounding neighbors are … Continue reading Peace and Development
National unity is a breeding ground for growth. The dissolution of tension is predicated on the inward purpose that the country’s future is not based on individual good, but what’s best for the whole nation. Another way of putting it is – it takes teamwork which means its all inclusive. Everyone is important for the … Continue reading National Unity is a Breeding Ground for Growth.
We should all ask the question “why am I in leadership – what is my purpose?” All leaders lead from their heart whether good or bad. Motives reside in the heart of an individual. Here are some questions to ask yourself to expose which motives are resident. Are you interested in Giving or receiving Title … Continue reading All Leaders Lead from the Heart Whether Good or Bad
Make it a practice to treat people as free, not slaves, as human-beings, not inanimate objects, as having rights, not pawns to control, as an opportunity to help them succeed, not an enemy to be destroyed.
On Wednesday March 18th Reuben Egolf (pictured here) received a Doctorate of Philosophies in Humanities from the Chief Chancellor Dr. Clyde Rivers of the United Graduate College and Seminary International. The alumni consists of several presidents (former and current), first ladies, and distinguished leaders around the world. Dr. Egolf wanted to express his heartfelt appreciation … Continue reading Reuben Egolf Receives a Doctorate in Humanities