I can’t tell you how many times I’ve felt as if my life is on a knife’s edge.
I’ve spent years studying how to be successful in a career where everything is based on the status quo.
If you’re a white, male, male with a job that requires a degree, a degree that doesn’t require a degree or a degree where you can’t get into any graduate school because you’re not white, you’re in trouble.
And for the most part, I think that is the case.
There is an insidious assumption that when a person is white, straight and middle class, they’re the ones that are truly in need of support and assistance.
So, that’s what this revolution is all about.
It’s all about the revolution and not just about the new economy.
If people think it’s about the white male and the college degree, then we’re really going to see an erosion of the middle class.
That’s not to say that this revolution has no potential.
It’s just to say there is so much potential, and I think there’s so much hope.
For me, the biggest lesson I’ve learned is that the new economic realities, which are now real, can be very scary and can be quite challenging.
It can be difficult to deal with, especially when the people who are experiencing those challenges are people of color.
But I think in terms of our economy, we have a great opportunity right now.
There’s no doubt about that.
And the future is very bright.
So, the hope is that we’re going to be able to build on that opportunity, and in the process, we’re also going to help build a stronger society.
So for me, it’s the hope that I’m going to continue to live in a way that I’ve always lived, and to have a greater impact on my community.
But that’s not a bad future.
That’s a bright future.