Jose Cosme

Originally from Bronx, New York, Joe is no stranger to adversity. Having studied many philosophies, he has triumphed over these adversities and has helped others do the same. Professionally, Joe has had the rich experience of working with people with disabilities as he helped them reach their fullest potential. Now, as the creator of the "What I Gotta Say About It" blog, Joe continues to influence the world as he helps people to realize their highest potential and to reach for the unlimited possibilities available to us all.

Powerful Sexual Assault Photos

Sexual Assault

Do You Remember The Sexual Assault Case That Involved Brock Turner? It was a controversial sexual assault incident that happened in January 2015.  Two sisters went to a party at a fraternity house on Stanford University’s campus.  Somehow, the two …

Continue reading

Own Private Desert Island

Desrt Island

In response to The Daily Prompt: Someone Else’s Island We’ve all been asked what five objects we’d take with us to a desert island. Now it’s your best friend’s (or close relative’s) turn to be stranded: what five objects would …

Continue reading

Is Youth Wasted On The Young?


In response to The Daily Prompt: Youth Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. As I mentioned in this post, I have been writing in a journal since I was a teenager.  As I saw today’s prompt, …

Continue reading

Powerful Advice From a Dying Man

Time goes by quickly

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner …

Continue reading

10 Simple Ways To Get Happy Now

get happy now

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.”~Dalai Lama Some days I wake up full of enthusiasm and ready to take on the world.  Happiness is not a problem on those days.  Then, on other days, …

Continue reading

Forget To Forgive


In response to The Daily Prompt: Forgive and Forget? Share a story where it was very difficult for you to forgive the perpetrator for wronging you, but you did it — you forgave them. For as long as I can …

Continue reading