Writings of K.W. Lee

A Cautionary Tale: Deeds, Not Degrees, that Matter

Looking Back in Awe: Living Dangerously in America's Killing Field(1,178 words)

Thousand Little Frogs

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"Individually we are powerless and dysfunctional. YOU must be the generation to create a new value system -- one of community consciousness -- to break away from the past." -K.W. Lee

 

K.W. Lee Writings

A CAUTIONARY TALE: DEEDS, NOT DEGREES, THAT MATTER
By K. W. Lee

A TRIBE, A PEOPLE OR A NATION is likely known or judged by its heroes by whom it reveres above all others.
Such is Abraham Lincoln, an icon of all humanity beyond borders.
So are Korean diaspora pioneers Dosan Ahn Chang Ho (Island Mountain) and Charles Ho (Nobody) Kim who are now among the pantheons of not only Korean but American heroes.
These towering figures from our American heritage share one common trait: They couldn’t afford attending a day in college.

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