Michelle Obama delivered a motivational commencement for the Graduates of 2015
What are your thoughts??
Originally posted on TheSurvivalPlaceBlog:
By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog
I recently read a quote by Bill Hotler which rang very true.
“It takes only a small amount of force to topple someone on a tightrope.”
In my opinion (and many others) the present financial system is walking a tightrope and it’s not going to take much of a breeze to topple it. There has been wide speculation in the alt-news world and blogosphere that a major reset is coming this year, which may even lead to failure, collapse, and possibly Martial Law.
I have read the post by Dear Modern Society and I understand where she is coming from. At the end of the day the only thing that matters is what occurs in the ring, who lands the most precise and powerful punches, and the skills and endurance of each boxer. Who do you think will win and what do you think will contribute to their winning? If either opponent wins what lesson do you think they will learn from this?
Originally posted on Dear Modern Society:
As a pacifist who doesn’t have an interest in sports, personally I’ve never been into boxing. However with all of the weeklong hullabaloo about the Mayweather and Pacquiao fight tonight, I was finally sucked into watching the match alongside the rest of the world. Floyd Mayweather is currently undefeated making him a good candidate to win. However, while Pacquiao has a few losses, he has won more matches total than Floyd has fought in. So who am I rooting for?
After hours of research and googling, I’ve decided to put my faith into Pacquiao. Regardless of stats, Pacquiao has the most inspirational story out of the two. Pacquiao brought himself out of poverty, and according to Forbes he is currently worth about forty one million dollars. Along with boxing, he has been elected to the Philippine House of Representatives, acted in many films, and even had a singing career. His…
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