This episode is based on a quote from former President Barack H.Obama as he was one of the eulogists for at the funeral of the Honorable Elijah Cummings, congressman from Baltimore, Maryland.
Welcome to the episode of The Marc Medley show as this episode is a hodgepodge or a potpourri of topics ranging from the passing of the Honorable Elijah E. Cummings to the impatience of motorists in 2019. Take a listen
Today is my birthday, August 17th and I turned 57 years old. There is no shame in my game concerning my age, yet for many, they feel that their age is something to be ashamed of.
How we treat people and how precious life is. We really must be grateful for what we have and the people who are in our lives.
How many times have you heard someone speaking about their children or a child they know of as "spoiled" or "bad?" Have you ever given any thought to what was being said? Being spoiled or bad is not cute. Look up the definition of spoiled. (1) diminish or the destroy the value or quality of (2) harm the character of (someone, especially a child) by being too lenient or indulgent. Think about that.
Speak about your words. Power of life and death is in your words. Your words create your reality. Learn more by listening to this episode of The Marc Medley Show.
Am I the only one who notices that it seems like "anything goes" these days? Find out more by listening to this episode.
My reflective thoughts on my experience with this year's TD Bank 5 Boro Bike Tour held on May 5th.
We are in sad and dangerous times when one can think "it's not illegal unless you get caught." We are living unfortunately in an anything goes society and world. In the long run this will not bode well for any of us.
Have you ever thought about how our habits have impacted our past, impact our present and will play a part in our future? If you haven't, listen to this episode and then reflect. Feel free to change habits if necessary.
As a child, there was a grade indicator on the report card to let parents know how their children were behaving in school; the indicator was called self-control. Over time this indicator was removed from the report card and my question is, did we do ourselves a disservice by doing so?
Have you ever questioned why someone needs to be rewarded to do what he/she was supposed to do in the first place? Why do employees have to receive an incentive to go to work? Why do children need to receive a reward for good behavior when they are supposed to behave correctly? This episode of The Marc Medley Show deals with these questions.
This episode of The Marc Medley Show deals with the dangers and foolishness of idolizing actors/actresses, musicians/singers, athletes and other entertainers.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018, could be one of the most important Midterm Elections in our lifetime. Be sure to get out and vote. No excuses!
These are some crazy times we are living in. Take a listen.
No one has the right to look down his/her nose upon someone because of his/her job title or the type of work that he/she does. Every job is critical. There is no such thing as an unimportant job. Something to think about.......Sanitation workers do not strike in the winter.
Sometimes no matter how bad a situation may seem, we just need to be able to laugh at it and keep moving. We need to be able to laugh at ourselves and our situations to sometimes keep from actually crying. Laughter is indeed good medicine.