In Celebration of International Women’s Month

Israel Prize in Life Sciences to Prof. Michal Schwartz (Weizmann Institute Of Science, 2023)

Kids Help Others More After Experiencing Awe (Young, 2023)

Newfound ‘Protective Shield’ In The Brain Is Like A Watchtower For Immune Cells (Lanese, 2023)

Gut Bacterium Linked To Depression In Premenopause (Manjarrez, 2023)



Lanese, N. (2023). Newfound ‘Protective Shield’ In The Brain Is Like A Watchtower For Immune Cells. Retrieved From

Manjarrez, A., Ph.D. (2023). Gut Bacterium Linked To Depression In Premenopause.  Retrieved From

Weizmann Institute of Science. (2023).  Israel Prize in Life Sciences to Prof. Michal Schwartz. Awards and Appointments. Retrieved From

Young, E. (2023). Kids Help Others More After Experiencing Awe. Retrieved From

Begin Your Legacy By Making A Contribution To These Organizations Which Help Those In Challenging Situations

Show your concern for:

9/11 Memorial & Museum

Doctors Without Borders

Habitat For Humanity

International Medical Corps

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Paralyzed Veterans of America

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Wounded Warrior Project

Your support is appreciated.  Thank you!


Celebrating Booker T. Washington

One Of Those Forward-Thinkers


Booker T. Washington was born into slavery, with slavery ending when he was a child.  He had a love of reading which, perhaps, many take for granted.  It is, after all, the most important skill a person can have.

This elegant-looking and eloquent-speaking man created the Tuskegee Institute.

For the unpleasant voices in the audience who believe Mr. Washington lacked achievement, this blogger has the following to say:  A person’s, or organization’s, achievements can be based on the conditions of the country in which they reside.

Booker T. Washington accomplished a great deal despite the conditions back yonder.

Coming from a family of educators, and other members who worked in the public school system, we are standing on Mr. Washington’s shoulders.

A salute to Mr. Washington and his donors (no person is an island!)  All courageous, forwarding-thinking individuals.


This Could Be Why You Don’t Understand Some People

Enabling The Mind For Better Health

Some people are floating in the next zeitgeist, and taking only the best of the current one with them.  These are the people seeing the here and now and using certain aspects for the future.  They don’t allow negatives to bog them down but use them as opportunities (positively and responsibly) as a springboard.  They are well-versed in many subjects.

They think differently from most people.  The bigger picture, elevated thinking, the glass is always half full, things could be worse, and other positive components dwell within.  It would require incredibly unusual situations for them to become less than forward-thinking, inspired.

Now that I’ve described these individuals, perhaps we should make it a goal to become more like them.


Why Tunnel Vision Is Important When Preparing For The Future

Albert Einstein in his study at Princeton, New Jersey, in 1951. Photo: Getty Images

Haden (2022) talks further on the subject in, “Einstein’s Law Of Focus:  How To Be More Productive, Accomplished, And Fulfilled Starting Today.  According To Einstein, What You Decide Not To Do Can Make All The Difference.”



Haden, J. (2022).  Einstein’s Law of Focus: How to Be More Productive, Accomplished, and Fulfilled, Starting Today.  According to Einstein, what you decide not to do can make all the difference. Retrieved From,%202022&leadId=357043&mkt_tok=NjEwLUxFRS04NzIAAAGIzn–2Iq05xoReV8KLCFvtTgctYsepHgXNoQ8sFjuf0Mymoi5fNCT-BNCXn_kC4-XUXjhzqZPNsy53_Veu5nixcwWcrqNjWOTeWdjJ64

An Open Letter to Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona

The Honorable Dr. Miguel Cardona, Secretary of Education

RE:  Developing and Implementing Curriculum For Students About The Perils of Antisemitism

Dear Dr. Cardona:

I am certain that you are shocked at the number of antisemitic incidents which have increased across the United States as I am.

One documented report is one too many!

These instances have a way of becoming a norm (an unhealthy one) which can leave an unfavorable impression on youth in society.  They have a way of emulating what they observe in society.

That is why I am writing to you.

Curriculum can teach about how destructive engaging in antisemitic behaviors (i.e., verbal & physical altercations, Holocaust-denying, false accusations towards members of the Jewish community [a pattern of behavior which has emerged]) become for our young people before they find themselves on a path to violence.  These behaviors cause personal injury to the targets of hate and destroy the perpetrators’ souls–humanity (before they have even started in life).  Members of the underaged population have a way of not thinking about how their behaviors have consequences.

And isn’t education about preparing students not only academically but for responsible livelihoods?

Speaking from a religious perspective, those who engage in antisemitic behaviors cannot even remotely suggest they love God.  People who engage in antisemitic behaviors are fighting against God, and that is a dangerous way to live.

I look forward to your response, and Thank You for listening!


Victoria Sutton