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Muhammad ‪#‎Ali‬‘s Humility, My Greatest Lesson

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Muhammad Ali observed, correctly: “It’s not the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out. It’s the pebble in your shoe.” The pebble is within us as is the desire to overcome the mountain. (–Read MORE –)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ambassador-muhamed-sacirbey/muhammad-alis-humility-my_b_10299296.html
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From DiplomatArtist.com “Compelling Journeys series”
Be sure to watch the YouTube video of our college favorite, James Rivers on bagpipes as he continues to inspire new audiences and create sweet nostalgia for loyal fans. — Susan & Ambassador Mo Sacirbey
By, Ambassador Muhamed (Mo) Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
Come join us for a little “Le Bon Temps Roulet !” It’s too bad that the Ole River does not flow upstream, as culture at least once did to deliver the roots & diversity that now defines American music, jazz to blues to rock. — Read More —
By, Ambassador Muhamed (Mo) Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
Come join us for a little “Le Bon Temps Roulet !” It’s too bad that the Ole River does not flow upstream, as culture at least once did to deliver the roots & diversity that now defines American music, jazz to blues to rock. — Read More —

Diplomat Artist Buzz on the color Green & St. Pat’s Day from Ambassador Muhamed (Mo) Sacirbey
Although perhaps not popular as red or blue or even black, several different nationalities, cultures and religions lay claim to green; and on St. Patrick’s it is the color of the Irish.
http://diplomatartist.com/who-owns-the-color-green/

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Legacy of Police on Black Violence Pre & Post “Selma Bloody Sunday”?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
http://diplomatartist.com/legacy-of-police-on-black-violence-pre-post-selma-bloody-sunday/Two Men are Lynched in Marion, Indiana

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Sports Stars Beyond Caricature to Freedom of Expression
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Peter, Paul & Mary (including our friend Peter Yarrow) perform “If I Had a Hammer” during 1963 March on Washington led by MLK – Our words, artistic &/or athletic talent may be our most powerful tool rather than pick or sledgehammer to overcome the walls of oppression or division.
http://diplomatartist.com/sports-stars-beyond-caricature-to-freedom-of-expression/