Its Not Them.

If you have the same problem with everyone you meet – it’s not them.

You are the problem AND THE SOLUTION!

Be man enough or woman enough to be reflective. Reflection is hard, but so is finding peace and purpose for your life.

We talk about world peace and peace among races, but we neglect to find peace within ourselves. It’s difficult to help heal others when we are wounded – internally.

You First. You First. You First!

God Bless.

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas. For more tips and insight, follow him on Instagram @instagram.com/mauriceguestjr

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Why Do We Hate?

We hate because we are taught to hate. We hate because we are ignorant. We are the product of ignorant people who have been taught an ignorant thing..

There is no gene for racism. There is no gene for bigotry. You’re not born a bigot, you have to learn to be a bigot. Anything you learn, you can unlearn. It’s time to unlearn our bigotry.

I’m an educator. And it’s my business as an educator to lead people out of ignorance – the ignorance of thinking you’re better or worse than someone else because of the amount of pigment in your skin.

-Jane Elliot | Educator, Diversity Expert

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas. For more insight, follow him on Instagram @instagram.com/mauriceguestjr

I Am Grateful… But Not Satisfied.

God woke me up.

I have food.

I have water.

I have clothes.

I have shelter.

I AM GRATEFUL…

But not satisfied.

We are here to do more than just survive. We should count our blessings but still know that God rewards work ethic and ambition. Just make sure you hold on to your integrity.

God Bless.

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas. For more insight, follow him on Instagram @instagram.com/mauriceguestjr

When We Lose our Excuses, We Find Our Results.

No one wants to hear your excuse, so stop making them.

Instead of making excuses, make adjustments. Take on an “adjustment” mindset.

When you stumble, adjust.

When you fall short, adjust.

When you make mistakes or fail, adjust.

Please, we must stop blaming our weaknesses and shortcomings on someone or something else. We must reflect on our own actions, and then make the proper ADJUSTMENTS!

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.