Does wearing a mask really help?

But does wearing a mask actually protect anyone? Or is this just the government trying to slap a band-aid on it? I’m not planning on answering that question for you. I think we should all be able to make up our own minds about what we believe is right. Instead, I’m going to present to you the facts as I see it and let you decide what you think is best from there.

Monday Book Review: Night By Elie Wiesel

Translated to English by his wife, Marion Wiesel. Goodreads Book Mooch My rating: 5/5 Trigger warning: This book is a first-person account of the holocaust. There are no words to prepare you for this book. It will trigger anyone with a caring heart. Growing up in a homeschooling environment can be the best and theContinue reading “Monday Book Review: Night By Elie Wiesel”

Today’s Episode: Black Lives Matter Vs. All Lives Matter

On today’s episode of The Empathy Bug I’m going to talk about an over done topic. What is the difference between Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter. I feel like, in America today, you can not have anything social justice related without touching this topic at least once. The struggle for black rights runsContinue reading “Today’s Episode: Black Lives Matter Vs. All Lives Matter”

Monday Book Review: Sold as a Slave by Olaudah Equiano

Sold as a Slave by Olaudah Equiano GoodReads Book Mooch My Rating: 5/5 Trigger warnings: Speaks of slavery and abuse in high detail, mentions rape Sold as a Slave is part of Penguin Books Great Journey Collection. The original title for this autobiography is The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano. I haveContinue reading “Monday Book Review: Sold as a Slave by Olaudah Equiano”

What is Social Justice?

Social Justice can mean many things to many people. For some it means everyone being treated fairly, for others it means punishing the wicked, and there are a few people who see those words and think of naked hippies smoking weed and hating the government. Everyone has their own meaning of social justice, as wellContinue reading “What is Social Justice?”