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February 28

Mr. Rogers, “Won’t You be My Neighbor” and the Big Picture of Life

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GOOD MORNING, Y’ALL!

THE FIRST SIP…

“…there had really been wonderful shows on television when we were kids.”

Remember Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood when we were small children?

Well, he was a very big part of my childhood as well as The Electric Company and Sesame Street. Yes, I learned a whole lot from them Educational Television Shows. From counting to reading from both The Electric Company and Sesame Street; and about humanity and life courtesy of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.

It is so amazing that aside from them great things we had learned from our grandfolks and parents that there had really been wonderful shows on television when we were kids. Unlike them shows we see today, TV nowadays is just so saturated with much violence and bad behavior. Which I figure somehow encourages more of the shootings and killings most especially on school campuses. How sadly ironic it is that the institutions intended for the noble cause of learning and knowledge be the target for something as horrible and horrifying.

Today, let me share with you one of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood episode wherein he talks about these shootings and killings and how we could best handle such situations.

THE LAST DROP…

“…then we are doing our little part in The Big Picture of Life.”

Yep, we all need help. Most especially those we know who are very much going through very difficult times in their lives. We all need someone to talk to. We would need people who would be able to best understand our predicament and help us find ways to resolve them. As they say, “Communication IS KEY.”

We could not solve all the woes of this World, but if we help each other in resolving one’s differences, then we are doing our little part in The Big Picture of Life.

You have just been “… DRINKIN’ FROM A DIXIE…”

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Thank Y’all so very much!

May Y’all be Safe and Well and…

“MAY THE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY BLESS US ALL AND SET US FREE!”


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