I haven’t posted a motivational video in a while, and figured why not? I hope you enjoy this one. I like the short videos because most of us do not have the time to set and watch anything longer than that with our crazy schedules.
Folks, in light of Black History Month, I decided to circumvent my funny Friday video with Martin Luther King’s I have a Dream speech. Here it is in its entirety. Dr. King was one of the primary movers during the 1960s that ultimately helped create the Civil Rights act and so many other pieces of legislation that were designed to help change the laws of the land that impacted the African American Community and so many other groups in the United States.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I watch this speech each year and wanted to share it with you.
I figured this would be a good video, since we are fast approaching that day of the year where the kiddies get out and either go door-to-door, or get their Halloween treats from a bunch of cars with trunks open and loaded with tasty morsels.
This video is an interesting one. I hope you enjoy it.
With the announcement of Nobel prize winners, this one in Physics was awarded for work on climate change (See link above). Today’s Ted Talk follows this announcement with how the Arctic has been used as a way of predicting and warning us of the many changes that are coming to our climate that will have many impacts on our lives in the upcoming years.
I hope you enjoy this short snippet. This is something that will impact all of us for years to come. What will be the result? Some predict the displacement of millions as sea water levels rise, droughts become more prevalent and cover larger areas, and the many changes to the storms, wildfires, and other fallout from these changes to our climate.
Here’s another fun video that will add to your “Trivia Pursuit” knowledge. I like learning about these little things that I didn’t know. It makes sense, but you’ll have to watch the video to see how they actually “print” fish. Very interesting!
Watch this video to learn about how fallible our memories really are and how easily others can influence us. This video is short, but fascinating. I knew most of the things they were discussing, but some of them did surprise me. In the comments, tell me what surprised you.