All men are born equal. They remain eternally so in the sight of God but, unquestionably, appreciate variously in each other’s estimation. The great equator of all humanity is not death. No. That’s outside the bounds of mortal influence. The great human equator is the twenty-four hour day to which the creator has allocated every soul regardless of color, race, creed or status. The greater men are not privileged to a longer day. Nor are the more developed communities favored with a higher diurnal time premium. Those men who or nations which, in their existence, are able and choose to appropriate for their own use more and more of the daily time allotment of other men or nations, to them accrue the privileges of faster development, wealth, fame and a better life.
I appreciate wealth, fame and a better life. However, I cherish more the privilege of advancing the betterment of the plight of women and men in my community, country and world. I do this especially through campaigns to improve the quality of early-grade education, by mobilizing parents, care-givers and teachers.
I am a researcher. I offer help to undergraduates and advanced scholars in the process of conceptualization, tool-crafting and testing, data collection and analysis, and reporting.