This playlist is PERFECT for a cardio and workout session. I tested it; it’s fool proof. These songs make you want to work it! Be warned however, if you try to use this playlist at work, you might be more productive, at least for 47 minutes. Enjoy!
American’s owe nearly $1,000,000,000,000 worth of student loan debt. All those zeroes? That’s $1 trillion dollars. What portion of that is yours? If you’re under 30, our share is somewhere around $292,000,000,000, or $292 billion. For those between 30-39, who make up the majority of those in debt, their share is $302,000,000,000 ($302 billion).
If depressed is what you feel when you see those numbers, or when you think about what you have to pay this month in student loans, I understand. Thinking about having to start paying back student loans after graduate school is plenty depressing.
Dear Brother West,
Regarding your comments about President Obama’s non-deservingness to take his presidential oath on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Bible, I am going to have to disagree. Not because I think he “deserved” to take the oath on Dr. King’s Bible, but because it really isn’t our place to judge another wo/man’s worth. Additionally, though I am a Black American woman committed to peace and justice, I don’t feel ownership over the “legacy” of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., it doesn’t feel “personal” to me. Making it so personal would be to place a man on a pedestal erected–culturally, linguistically, and socially–by other men. If I’ve learned anything in my short time on this earth, it’s that all “great men,” are human and like the rest of us deeply flawed. I have absolutely no doubt that your concern over protecting the dignity and legacy of such a great man comes from an honest place, as you say, you are of that tradition; however, at what point do we take a step too close to the threshold of idolatry? Dr. King isn’t in that Bible. He isn’t the Bible. It’s just one that he happened to use.