Al Sharpton has come out as an FBI Informant. A lot of people are angry that he spied on Mobsters, but aren’t these “voices” the same that get mad when good people do nothing? What is the difference between acting and sitting on the sidelines? Learn about his story and why we are applauding him for standing up against injustice.
Part 2: President Obama and Self Discipline
President Obama is still President. When we look at the “good” and “evil” successful leaders in our world, we notice a pattern: Their self-discipline in molding their natural ability in order to reach the highest they have obtained. By honing your natural talents, Randall Terry shows you your possibilities.
Part 3: Edward Snowden and Courage
In a recent interview by Vanity Fair, Edward Snowden talks about the “threshold” people have towards injustice. Learn about the importance of resisting those who harm others, even when it is not the popular thing to do. Learn what true courage is in the face of immense opposition.
Part 4: When Good People Do Nothing
Randall Terry shares with you a story from his childhood in New York. When a child serial killer abducted young girls, did the people rise up to help them and their families? Learn about this heart wrenching story, how it impacts Randall and what he does till this day.