When I was in New York, I noticed that everyone was in a rush. People didn't make eye contact. Strangers did not smile and say, "Good Morning." I missed the South. I missed the hospitality. I missed the overt racism. I missed knowing who was friend or foe. Just that simple gesture let me know who recognized that it is a "good morning" simply because we were alive, and someone else isn't. This morning is an opportunity to right yesterday's wrongs. "Good Morning" is a reminder that no matter what happens, it will still work out for your good. "Good Morning" is a reminder of what your expectation should be for the rest of your day. Good morning people, and have a great day!