Mondays …. #MondayMotivation: Fear of Failing!!


~~September 14, 2015~~ 


You can do it, they all said

No one can get in the way of your success, they assured

Here is a list of resources to get you there, they gave

But they never talked about the power of the fear of failure.

To do it, you need to believe

To reach success, you have to fight

To use those resources, you have to work

To achieve your dreams, you have to be strong.

Because when the fear of failure takes over,

You have to believe,

To fight,

To work and,

Be strong.

At the end, only you can win;

In spite the fear of failure.





#Mondays #MondayMotivation #FearOfFailing #KeepYouFromTrying #WinterDolphin #ClearwaterMarineAquarium #Believe #BeStrong #PowerOfFear #Poetry #Poem #Poet #SammiBoo #PowerWrittenWord

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Something to think about … “Obstacles are the path”!!


~~March 18, 2015~~ 

The Obstacle is the Path
By Leo Babauta

Often we’re discouraged because of some tough challenge or obstacle in our way. But a shift in mindset from a Zen proverb can change everything: “The obstacle is the path.”

The obstacle isn’t something standing in our way. It’s the way itself.

The examples can go on forever, but the principle becomes clear: when there’s an obstacle, don’t go around it. Don’t run from it. Go into it. Work with it. Explore it. Learn how to be with it and deal with it, and you’ll have a skill for life.

And what’s more: you will no longer be limited by obstacles in your path.

“As it appears in …. full read/credit/examples”


#SomethingToThinkAbout #ObstacleIsPath #ZenProverb #LeoBabauta #DontGoAround #DontRun #GoIntoIt #WorkWithIt #ExploreIt #DealWithIt #SkillForLife #NoLongerLimited

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“Anonymous” …. watch continues! “Expects us … “!!


~~August 25, 2014~~

You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world …

~~Anonymous Awakening~~




What is Anonymous?

Anonymous is not a group, it is not a person.
It is an IDEA. Specifically it is the idea that all of us deserve freedom, freedom of thought, of speech, of expression of knowledge, of assembly and of belief. The freedom to determine the course and destination of our own lives.
If you share this idea then you are one of us.
You have likely heard many things about Anonymous, some of them are true and some of them are not. We are not terrorists and we are not violent.

We are citizens of the World who bear witness the tyranny, oppression and censorship.


We are activists who seek to change the system and end the cycle of corruption. We seek to create transparency in governments and all institutions of public service. We resist those who seek to violate our rights as Human beings as a collective of autonomous individuals however we have no leaders who dictate the methods of resistance. Some of us are indeed hackers who use our skill to make critical information available to the public. Some of us organize protests and rallies. Some of us volunteer time to feed those who cannot feed themselves. We are your neighbors, your friends and your relatives. We prepare your food, repair your appliances, write your books, compose your music and create your technology. We are your postal workers, barbers, store clerks and lawyers. We are Atheists and we are Religious. We are everyone and we are no one. None of us are as powerful as all of us.

We are Anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us!


~~Anonymous ~~

Anonymous (used as a mass noun) is a loosely associated international network of activist and hacktivist entities. A website nominally associated with the group describes it as “an internet gathering” with “a very loose and decentralized command structure that operates on ideas rather than directives”. The group became known for a series of well-publicized publicity stunts and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on government, religious, and corporate websites.

Anonymous originated in 2003 on the imageboard 4chan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as an anarchic, digitized global brain. Anonymous members (known as “Anons”) can be distinguished in public by the wearing of stylised Guy Fawkes masks.


In its early form, the concept was adopted by a decentralized online community acting anonymously in a coordinated manner, usually toward a loosely self-agreed goal, and primarily focused on entertainment, or “lulz”. Beginning with 2008’s Project Chanology — a series of protests, pranks, and hacks targeting the Church of Scientology — the Anonymous collective became increasingly associated with collaborative hacktivism on a number of issues internationally.

Individuals claiming to align themselves with Anonymous undertook protests and other actions (including direct action) in retaliation against anti–digital piracy campaigns by motion picture and recording industry trade associations. Later targets of Anonymous hacktivism included government agencies of the US, Israel, Tunisia, Uganda, and others; child pornography sites; copyright protection agencies; the Westboro Baptist Church; and corporations such as PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, and Sony.




On Aug. 12, 2014, Ferguson City Hall’s website went black, its phone lines died and officials had to communicate by text, according to the St. Louis Dispatch and the New York Times. Self-identified members of the amorphous, hard-to-define hacker community Anonymous had struck again, according to the papers, this time in response to the shooting of a black teenager, Michael Brown, by a white police officer.


~~Call to Protest #HandsUp (Ferguson)~~

~~Published on Aug 20, 2014~~

Anonymous – Call to Protest #HandsUp (Ferguson)

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Sign the petition ….…

Contact your congressman ….



Social media has changed the rules of your game. That’s why we call the people, on you; students, activists, parents, the youth and the wise, people from different backgrounds to protest peacefully with Ferguson this weekend, in order to achieve this goal our collective will be ready to assist you in reaching this goal.

To the people of the United States, its time to wake up, not to sleep. Your constitutional rights as a citizen have been usurped. People have the right to protest, and that right has been consistently disrupted not by the protesters in Ferguson – but by the militarized police force.

Our campaign has been one of constant success, we have been able to weaponized social media so far to force mainstream media outlets to cover the case. We advise everyone to join us on twitter, other social networks and the internet because the revolution of our conscience will not be televised.


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Rosalind Elsie Franklin ….. 93rd birthday!


Rosalind Elsie Franklin ..... 93rd birthday!

Born: London, England, July 25, 1920
Died: London, England, April 16, 1958

Pioneer Molecular Biologist

There is probably no other woman scientist with as much controversy surrounding her life and work as Rosalind Franklin.

Franklin was responsible for much of the research and discovery work that led to the understanding of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA. The story of DNA is a tale of competition and intrigue, told one way in James Watson’s book The Double Helix, and quite another in Anne Sayre’s study, Rosalind Franklin and DNA. James Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins received a Nobel Prize for the double-helix model of DNA in 1962, four years after Franklin’s death at age 37 from ovarian cancer.

Franklin excelled at science and attended one of the few girls’ schools in London that taught physics and chemistry. When she was 15, she decided to become a scientist. Her father was decidedly against higher education for women and wanted Rosalind to be a social worker.

Ultimately he relented, and in 1938 she enrolled at Newnham College, Cambridge, graduating in 1941.

She held a graduate fellowship for a year, but quit in 1942 to work at the British Coal Utilization Research Association, where she made fundamental studies of carbon and graphite microstructures.

This work was the basis of her doctorate in physical chemistry, which she earned from Cambridge University in 1945.

Source: Excerpt –

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To start the day ……


To start the day ......


Ended the day with the news of her passing. Still waking up with Talia on my mind. I’m sure she will be on the minds of the many she touched.

The young, spunky teenager with a mature, “old” soul whose journey in life was cut short …..


Thank the technology of youtube …. you will always be here!!

Castellano showed remarkable strength beyond her years and beauty as she delighted millions of people around the world. Her Youtube videos centered on make-up application tutorials and days following her death, the star will rise as her Youtube views increase in honor of the deceased virtual princess.

In the fall of 2012, Castellano told ‘,’
“I feel proud that I have accomplished so much on YouTube, have so many people watching and now taking seriously how childhood cancer don’t have enough funding.”

The same year, daytime talk show host Ellen from ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ announced Castellano had been named ‘CoverGirl’ of the month. The company created a path of fans as they humbly honored the brave beauty with such acclaim typically reserved for celebrities. No one could ever forget the shock, wonder and beauty of Castellano’s face as she saw the portrait of herself, ‘CoverGirl Talia’ emblazoned across the top.

At seven years old, Castellano was diagnosed with cancer. Late last year Castellano and her family were advised her cancer had spread to her bone marrow. Not one to be held down by dismal news, Castellano continued to create her make-up tutorials on Youtube.

The young video starlet gained hundreds of thousands of fans, from neighbors to Hollywood everyone inspired from Castellano’s resilience. Bruno Mars were so touched by her strength they sent Castellano a personal message, “Your courage – inspiring. Your spirit – infectious. You – amazing! Just the way you are!!”

Neuroblastoma is a rare type of cancer that affects infants and young children. It is so rare, many doctors may not be aware of the terminology. Currently, there are only about 700 active cases in the nation. It is typically found during an average checkup in the form of a tumor or the child stating discomfort, stemming from a hardened lump on their body. The symptoms of neuroblastoma includes; a lump in the abdomen, neck or chest; bulging eyes; dark circles around the eyes; bone pain, swollen stomach; bluish lumps under the skin in babies and the inability for children to move any specific body part around. It is a condition that will grow in the search engines as millions want to understand the illness.

Talia Castellano showed the world how one brave teenager battled the ugliness of illness by demonstrating her own brand of signature beauty. Beautiful she will continue to be. Ellen DeGeneres, CoverGirl and thousands more issued their solemn condolences today. Youtube sensation 13-year-old Talia Castellano dies but will never be forgotten. During one of her last videos posted late last year, the forever angel stated,

“The journey of having cancer has been amazing, but every journey has to have an end.”

*****TALIA ….. you fly to Heaven because “Heaven must have sent you” ……. and now they need you back!!!


At the end of the day …….


At the end of the day . ......

Today we end the day on a sad note ……

Talia Joy Castellano, a bubbly cancer patient who became an honorary CoverGirl with the help of Ellen DeGeneres, has died. She was 13.

The Orlando, Fla., teenager became a YouTube sensation with her motivational makeup tutorial videos, which captured the attention of the TV host.

Talia died Tuesday, July 16, 2013, at Arnold Palmer Hospital, with the announcement coming from her official Facebook fan page.

“It is with a heavy heart that we share with all of you that Talia has earned her wings at 11:22am,” the post read. “Please lift her beautiful soul, her beautiful light to heaven and please send your love and prayers to her family during this most difficult time.

God speed little one, may you be free from pain and suffering, may your soul feel the light and love that you brought to so many of us on this Earth during the short time you were here with us. We will miss you more than you will ever know baby girl.”

In 2007, Castellano was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, an aggressive cancer. She was 7. She underwent chemotherapy and went into remission for 13 months, but the cancer returned the next year. The cancer went in and out of remission for several years. In August 2012, her cancer spread to her bones, and she developed pre-leukemia.

However, during her bouts with the disease, after she lost her hair, the affectionately called “professional, YouTube Makeup Guru” refused to don a wig. Instead, she chose to boost her self-confidence by experimenting with makeup at the behest of one of her mom’s friends, who also battled cancer.

Castellano then started taping herself giving makeup tutorials and posted the videos on YouTube. One clip reached more than 8 million views, and numerous videos earned more than 500,000.

One of her dreams was to meet DeGeneres and do her makeup. In September 2012, the Emmy-winning comedienne granted the teary-eyed teen her wish and then some.

“I’m a CoverGirl,” DeGeneres said on her show. “And CoverGirl heard your story and they want to make you an honorary CoverGirl. And they also want to give you something.”

A stagehand appeared carrying a huge portrait of Castellano posing for the makeup brand, in addition to a $20,000 check. Castellano’s image went viral online soon after. When DeGeneres asked Castellano how she stayed positive in the face of cancer, the young girl gave a bubbly reply.

“When people ask me that, I’m [like], what do you want me to do, be depressed?” she said. “A little fishy told me, ‘Just keep swimming, just keep swimming,’” referring to the catch phrase of DeGeneres’ forgetful but inspiring fish Dory from the Disney-Pixar film “Finding Nemo.”

Last year, when she was additionally diagnosed with pre-leukemia, Castellano posted a video predicting that she would die within the year.

“This is not fair to me anymore. I’m only 13. I shouldn’t really have to be doing this. No one should have to do this, not even adults. And it’s really not fair for kids to have cancer and it really freakin’ sucks. It sucks so badly.”

Castellano poured out her heart to fans explaining why she decided not to pursue further treatment and asking them to understand where she was coming from.

Having cancer has been a gift, yet a horrible, horrible terrifying thing,” she added. “But I’ve gotten so many benefits from it … having a YouTube channel and having to inspire people and having people look up to me and explaining to you guys how I adore and love makeup — using it as my wig — and having so much self-confidence and going out to the grocery store without a wig. It’s amazing but the journey of having cancer was amazing but every journey has an end.”

Her videos are live on the video-sharing site.

DeGeneres publicly mourned Castellano on Tuesday.

“This year I met a very special girl, and today we lost her. Sending my heart to Talia’s family. I’m so sad,” DeGeneres tweeted.

“Thinking of my friend,” she added, posting a Castellano’s CoverGirl portrait on Instagram.

CoverGirl Sofia Vergara also shared her condolences.
“My heart and thoughts are with Talia, the most beautiful & inspiring @Covergirl ever and with her loving family and friends #RIPTalia,” she wrote on WhoSay.

“Talia Castellano was the meaning of a true COVERGIRL,” a statement said on the official CoverGirl Twitter account. “Please join me in sending love and honoring her memory.”

***Our thoughts and prayers are sent to her family. She’s on her new journey to Heaven and help with the Angels’ there …. she will surely be doing their make up. Go in peace, little girl …… Thank you for all you gave!!

We ALL are ONE!! We ALL are connected!!

The final stand …..


The final stand .....

The Final Stand: The Grassroots Movement Against Monsanto Explodes.

“The international resistance against Monsanto and the genetic manipulation of the food supply has advanced to an all new level, with countless citizens around the world taking the fight online and partaking in the Monsanto Video Revolt grassroots movement.

Though scheduled to officially take place on July 24th, we’ve seen thousands of citizens around the world upload their videos exposing Monsanto from as far away as Nigeria and Thailand.”

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GMO prohibition …. testimony at Hawaii Council!


Kaeloha Sugiyama ….

This is one of the most HILARIOUS videos we have ever seen.

You must watch this short and VERY POWERFUL!!!

GMO BAN testimony in support of Bill 79 in Hawaii. ROFL! Please share! This one is going viral!


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One Pride Network Launching Weekend …..


One Pride Network Launching Weekend .....

Dates: October 11 thru 13, 2013 ….

It has just been announced!!! Finally …. the wait is over!!!

Events start Friday: POOLSIDE WITH ONE PRIDE!!

The Pool Party Starts at NOON with DJ Ev-E

…… and our special evening DJ will be ……. DRUM ROLLLLLL PLEASE …..

… The moment you have been waiting for …

“WHO” is our DJ for our Poolside with One Pride event weekend in October?

All the way from Ft. Myers and Naples, Florida …. The ONE & ONLY — DJ PatPat!!

Come join us on Friday October 11th …. 6pm -12am

$15 for all who come, all day!! FREE.. No charge for the pool party if you book a room with the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Downtown Orlando.

For room reservations please call 877 295 7563 …

You have to mention “ONE PRIDE NETWORK” for the Exclusive Room Rates.

One Pride Network launching events are scheduled for Friday October 11th thru Sunday October 13th.

This is an event in the making!! It will be something to remember!! Attention to minimal details …… all is falling into place …. You need to set aside these days!

OPN’s Launching, inspirational speakers, Expo and vendors, educational workshops, Black Tie Gala event, live entertainment, 3 course dinner ….. and dancing till the early morning hours!!!

Come join us!!!! Guaranteed fun for all …..

We ALL are ONE!! We ALL fight the fight!!! Celebrate together ….. this is a company that will work for you and our LGBT community!!

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Stonewall Inn …. where PRIDE was born!!


Stonewall Inn .... where PRIDE was born!!

The history of the gay rights movement can be traced to the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village, which is considered by many to be the launch of the modern gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights movement. June of 2009 marked the 40th anniversary of the protests at Stonewall Inn.

This brief history of the Stonewall Riots explores the angst by LGBT young adults and police entrapment that led up to the riots and the early activism and marches that ensued throughout the country:

LGBT Angst and Police Entrapment The Stonewall Rebellion of 1969 is widely considered the beginning of the modern LGBT rights movement. The six-day riot, which began inside of the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City, was the breaking point of years of tensions between police and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender street youth and pedestrians.

The 1960’s were a heightened time for human and civil rights issues in the United States. Tensions boiled as the population tired of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam. Race dynamics were compounded by continued disenfranchisement of African-Americans, bubbling the rise of the Black Panthers and calls by Louis Farrakhan and Dr. King to stand against discrimination and disempowerment were being heard.

And lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people grew increasingly intolerant of continued harassment and arrests by police. LGBT people were subjected to civil laws that criminalized sodomy and, in New York City, allowed bars to refuse service to LGBT patrons. Arrests, harassment and instances of entrapment by police were frequent. Civil laws reinforced their actions. Establishments often cited Section 106, Subsection 6 of the New York State Penal Code to refuse service to queer patrons.

The code barred premises from becoming “disorderly houses.” Many, including the courts, considered homosexual patrons to be disorderly. And, in establishments where LGBT patrons were served, they could not touch each other while they danced.

Section 722, Subsection 8 of the New York State Penal Code made it an offense to “solicit men for the purpose of committing a crime against nature.” Again, it was argued that homosexuality was an act against nature. Queer patrons were often entrapped by plain clothes police officers, posing as regular bar patrons. Transgender people were openly arrested on the streets. One establishment where LGBT patrons found refuge was the mob-run Stonewall Inn. To enter, bar goers paid a $3 cover and signed a register (often with a fictitious or humorous name). Bar management was often tipped off when the local police district planned a raid on the bar and would warn LGBT patrons by turning on the lights. However, on the morning of June 28, 1969, instead of the usual command, the NYPD First District raided the bar. But that particular time, the drag queens and street youth fought back. There were reports of stilettos, bottles, coins, bricks and debris thrown. The altercation spilled into the streets and more queer street youth joined in the uprising. As word spread, more LGBT people from surrounded neighborhoods joined the riot.

The rebellion, which lasted six days, marked the beginning of the modern LGBT rights movement.

Photo credit: Raysa Molina


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