They needed to know that there was still hope for those who were willing to take charge and create their own destiny. Only the strong stand a chance to survive to see their first stress-free, week-long vacation.
As far as a tourist’s first visit to New York is concerned, the must-see list of things to do in New York can truly be mind boggling. But, there is no need to fret. Typically, the tourists who come to New York visit well known landmarks like the Times Square, Statue of Liberty and the Metropolitan Museum. But what are the top things to do in New York that is somewhat off the beaten track? After all, tourists are may not really know much about the gems in NYC, and you want to go and see places where New Yorkers go to play!
Our culture looks as if we have thrown out the kernels of wisdom left to us by our forefathers. Old fashioned concepts like honesty, hard work, patience, thrift, generosity, and courtesy are ridiculed by so many of today’s youth. John D. Rockefeller didn’t think it below his worth to work as a clerk for years, saving his pennies, before he founded Standard Oil. Yet our young people say they can’t take an entry level job because they have a college degree. And don’t even talk to them about a job like lawn mowing-I’m sorry-landscaping.
Not only did he now have enough money to buy the items he had originally intended to purchase. He also had enough money to buy some other much-needed items plus on his way home he again found the family by the roadside and gave them an additional five pounds.
Tuesday, October 12 (7-9 a.m.): Condoleezza Rice discusses her book, “Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family.” George Clooney and Ann Curry return from the Sudan. Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell tell all about the movie, “Conviction.” Today’s Cooking School with Tyler Florence.
It helps to have people in the trenches with you. You can share your experiences more easily with a peer. The expert may have been there, but “there” might have been years ago so they don’t quite know what you’re experiencing.
Will they sit and view head dulling tv reruns all the time. It’s possible they can pay attention to the furnace and air conditioner turn on an off to although absent the hrs.
Next Ms. Fearon can look at charities that have meaning to her and map out a five to twenty year plan on how to give to those charities. She can start with a charity that focuses on finding a cure for diabetes which her mother suffers from. She can look at homeless shelters as well.
So as you can see, there are a number of items for Ms. Fearon to consider not only in the coming days and weeks but months, years and decades. All of the planning comes down to balance and prudent management. In fact having a decade long plan for all of this is not a bad idea for her. That way she has a road map to keeping the money.