In this inspirational article, motivational author Steve Goodier shares a key piece of life wisdom about how everything we do, counts. Enjoy! African-American poet Countee Cullen spent the summer of his eighth year in Baltimore, Maryland. Shortly after he arrived he noticed a little white boy staring at him. Countee smiled, but the little boy did not smile back. Instead, he stuck out his tongue and called him a “nigger.” Cullen later wrote a poem that included his recollection of the summer when he was eight. In it, he says this: “I saw the whole of Baltimore from May until... (Read More ...)