Thursday, March 19, 2009

I was reading in a book titled :Breaking Bread by Cornel West & Bell Hooks that :Death is always close by.And what`s`important is not to know if you can avoid it,but to know that you have done the most possible to realize your ideas. So true in fact to add to that quote is we are only here on the earth once and to make the best of all of your God given talent, and not waste the blessings we have also been afforded by our predessors ie: the right to vote is a prime example the right to be educated etc. I contine to read more and more about people that I use to see in the library books and just turn the pages or not even pick up there are so many titles I want to read God willing I will fullfill my journey.


pjazzypar said...

Good luck on your journey! As you mentioned there are so many titles out there to explore. I love West and hooks (remember she does not capitalize) and will be checking this one out.

Mr.Bobby(A.K.A. scorpionbbb50) said...

I`m reading a book my brother Malcolm X(yes thats` his name) gave me titled Miracle at St. Anna it`s a war story about 4 Buffalo african american soldiers that got seperated from there unit at the end of wwll in Italy. I like the book so far, James Mcbride is the author, he also wrote the color of water and song yet sung.Spike Lee also directed a movie about it has anyone seen the movie version?