Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Reading Free E-Book By Latino Author Jose Franco

For by showing a man quite quietly that he is wrong, and that what he says and thinks is incorrect — a process which occurs in every dialectical victory — you embitter him more than if you used some rude or insulting expression.
By: Jose Franco
Released March, 2019 Dedicated To Donald Trump
Released March, 2019 Dedicated To Donald Trump
NEW YORK - Sept. 26, 2021 - PRLog -- How do Hispanics get better at something we don't think we're bad at? We should have the greatest reason to be grateful to those with differing views for saying so well what our biases prevent us from seeing and/or understanding. The problem is that in many of the most important aspects of existence, there simply are no 'facts' available. The big questions that bedevil us, individually and collectively, have no facts to appeal to. – How should we live? – What is the right economic system to institute? – What sort of relationships should we have? – What choices should we make? – Who are we and what do we want and need? In the face of such dilemmas, we may well long for facts – by which we really mean, answers we can be assured will be indisputably correct. But we invariably face ambiguity and, whatever answers we formulate, a degree of loss, and the risk of blindness and error. It is these elements which the haters of bias are, deep down, especially intolerant towards and upset about. Their hatred of bias reflects a longing for a world without a need for hard choices and the sacrifice these necessarily entail. Do you agree with Washington's warning of political parties? Or do you think political parties are a necessary part of our American democracy?

Unconditional Love

Unequal results of human achievement conjure up simplistic notions of defining unconditional love which can result in people choosing fear over love. What most of us experience through exchanges with other people is conditional/transactional love (including our relationship with parents/guardians)- Instead of being encouraged to feel completely protected, loved, honored, and respected by all people, you've been taught that you're being judged. Because you've been taught that, you feel guilt and fear. But guilt and fear do not open you to connecting more to the community; they only serve to close your heart. Continue reading.....  http://www.stoopjuice.com/how-to-get-better-by-2020.pdf

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