The average American lives 7,240 years. So at 80 years of age, how much did Tony Robbins live for the past 28 years, in your opinion, and how much is that worth?
What are the most difficult lessons Robbins has taught you?
How did I become a spiritual person?
Is life a game?
Has your life as a spiritual person changed at all since you have started taking a more holistic approach to your life?
Do you feel like it is a game for you?
Any advice for people taking a more holistic approach to their lives?
What is your best advice for a more positive outlook on life?
Anything you’d like to impart to others about this question?
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. On this day in 1968, African-American students from the University of Chicago opened fire on students at the University of Virginia. These students were upset that the university had not issued a declaration of desegregation. A national debate raged over the desegregation of public schools in the South, with many believing that blacks were already segregated in those schools and needed little to change as long as the Jim Crow laws existed.
The University’s Black students in a meeting took matters into their own hands and fired a volley of bullets into their dormitory, killing 13 people (the number grew to 19 later, after the shooting of an African-American bystander during the mayhem). The National Collegiate Athletic Association later fined the University $25,000, and on April 5, 1970, the university was fined an additional $25,000, a fine which many years later was converted into a public relations campaign to “prove” that they had never discriminated.
The events of 1968 have become part of our college culture for years. The question, however, is: Was Martin Luther King Jr. the first college shooter?
The story goes that, during a dormitory party on Feb. 27, 1967 in the town of Danville, West Virginia, a disgruntled black student opened fire on a large group of white college students while shouting racial slurs and shooting at least 12 other people as he fled. The student who allegedly shot down the first round from his weapon, then turned his revolver again to kill the survivors, was identified as 22-year-old Bobby Seale. Seale, who killed Seale’s roommate, was also caught on several camera feeds.