Spreading Peace Love and Happiness Globally

Spreading Peace Love and Happiness Globally
RIP to the man who always spread a positive message of togetherness

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Happy Holidays

   I want to send out all my holiday wishes,l whether you celebrate Christmas  chanukah  quanza  or anything else you may celebrate  This is the time to think about your life and where you want to be. During this past month you should've spent it with loved ones and if you didn't you may have missed out on some good times. I know not everyone gets along with their families but during this season its good to have people around who love and care for you.

This is the time to think about what you could've done better over this last year and to start planning to be better.I see all of these New Years posts saying how they are going to change and how 2013 is that year, but what has kept you from doing better until now? I challenge all of my readers to look over this past year and think about what could've went better and how you could've contributed to the success. Please remember the ones that have fallen this year and don't forget them.

Going into this new year plan ahead. We as a country, US, need to plan ahead. We are going into yet another recession because our lawmakers are acting like kids about their money. (we all should have the same taxes no matter how much you make. Poor families shouldn't get taxed a higher percentage then the rich ones. simple as that) But we have to plan for our futures. Educate yourself. Reach out to others. Build better communities. And most importantly show each other love.

This year will be big in all of our lives. No matter what region of the Earth you live in. We have Civil wars in the Mid-East, N. Koreans blasting missiles  Russians not backing up their allies and just an overwhelming amount of hate is filling the world. I beg everyone to take that 1 extra step to make their communities better. We could see significant change in our world if we loved our neighbor as ourselves.

Also this year will test our mental abilities. We are now in a situations where we are challenging dogma. We are now where our politicians think about themselves not the people, and the people are standing up. This year be better then the last, write out some resolutions and stick to them. Remind yourself everyday that today could be my last day and do what you love to do.

Leave a legacy when you leave this Earth, just make sure that legacy is something you want to be known for. 2013 will separate the weak minded from the strong, the money lovers and people lovers. I pray you all have a safe, fun and blessed New Year.

Mr. 2900

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

To My Readers

Thank you for continuing to read my blog throughout the holidays and keeping me in your minds. I want to express my gratitude to all those who have been reading or just started reading.

It really means alot to me when i go out to parties and people ask if I'm the guy who writes the blogs. This tells me i'm making an impact, let alone changing lives. Or when people message me on Facebook it shows that ya care. I know i haven't been feeding all ya minds for the last month or so but I'll start taking care of this again.

I love it when different people come up and ask about my next post or even offer me a subject. That makes my job alot easier. I also love when i see my views are world wide. I now have viewers in US, Canada, Australia  Afghanistan  North and South Korea, China and many more countries. Please continue to spread the word about my blog and support me in my journey.

I appreciate the page views and will discuss anything that you, my readers will want to talk about. Find me on Facebook. Follow me on Twitter @squad2900. Instagram @mtaylor2900.

I will do my best to feed your thoughts and always stay positive. Reach out if you have comments or concerns.

Until next time,
Mr. 2900


A couple months back, we witnessed the story of little Amanda Todd and all over our country we gave our heart to this little girl. If your don't know Amanda Todd is a little teenage girl who liked to show off her goodies online. When shit got real, she couldn't stand the pressure and moved schools yet still posting shit online. Once the problem followed her to different schools and through online bullying she felt she had no other choice but to kill herself.

Now the US is going into hysteria about this little underage model but don't you guys think, at least fora second, that maybe she brought this upon herself? I know I'll be stepping on toes about this, but it has to be said. Maybe as a society we focus on things that we tell our kids not to do yet we do them. For example, if you have a little baby girl and you tell her not to show her body and cross her legs when sitting and all that, then you go out showing your body every chance you get, what do you think she will do? Don't be mad at the little girl be mad at yourself for setting that example.

Back to bullying. This girl felt as if the bullys were around and the only escape was death. Those people who bullied her were relentless and did need to stop what they were doing. But isn't that a sad reality that we face? Growing up we see little kids speaking their mind, we usually don't likk to hear it ckuz its true so we tell them to "be nice". As they get older and into school they become more open about their opinions and will start letting people know. Again this is still not bullying. Then they get into middle and high school and suddenly that honesty turns into bullying. Maybe that's an issue you want to address to the adults rather then the children.

The kids model after what we do. If we say "don't say anything unless its something nice" then turn around and cuss someone out they will do the same. If they see you being honest and follow after your steps maybe you should teach "time and place" conversations now.

To me bullying is a load of crap. I understand I'm more comfortable with myself then others may be but to take your own life for the satisfaction of others is besides me. That story really made me feel more anger at society then the bullys themselves. They simply modeled of what their elders are teaching them.

To me those kids do deserve to be punished, ONLY BECAUSE THEIR OWN PARENTS ENCOURAGED THE BEHAVIOR. there are many instances of bullying that occurs everyday and i think we need to address the parents and not the children. the children behavior can be fixed if we learn how to stop the lying.

RIP Amanda Todd