Friday, April 27, 2007

Pride is a magnet toward unity

Jay Krieger believes having pride is the best thing anyone can have. Once a person has pride, it will become a magnet attracting the person to others with same pride, creating unity.

ASL: How much of it do you require to understand?

Jay Krieger wonders how much of ASL would you require to be able to understand? Jay explains his experience using ASL with a deaf-blind friend.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Where am I really from?

Jay Krieger wonders from where should he tell his friends asking him where he is from.

Are we truly independent?

Jay Krieger wonders if we truly feel independent. He feels that only until we truly own, control, and/or govern interpreting, relay providers, and other technologies and services that we rely for our independence, we can truly be independent.

Monday, April 16, 2007

Grassroots: Carriers of our ASL?

Inspired by his grassroot Deaf grandparents, Jay Krieger gives his analysis of the grassroots of Deaf Community. He presents some angles on how some of us may determine what makes a Deaf person a "Grassroot". He further speculates that maybe grassroot Deaf are "carriers" of true ASL. He closes with emphasis that they are equally important in our community as the rest of us.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Are Deaf Referees Hearing?

Jay Krieger wanted to share his observation of many Deaf Referees at the USADB basketball tournament.

Monday, April 9, 2007

Achieving Greatness; through Ying-Yang Philosophy

Jay Krieger introduces the Chinese Ying Yang philosophy. He continues on with how he believes we can achieve greatness, growth, and betterment by applying this philosophy.

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