All Fires Start with a S-Park(s)

All I was doing was trying to get home from work.”

– Rosa Parks.


At that moment, the fuse was lit.


To light a fire, you must apply energy to increase heat through friction or a spark. Energy is needed to release more energy. In physics we know that for a body to move or change its course, a force is needed to act on it. We also understand that at a cellular level an input is required to release stored energy and create activity. This shift of kinetic energy releases the potential within all of us and can not occur without a spark.


The only tired I was, was tired of giving in.

– Rosa Parks


One day in 1955, in Montgomery Alabama, Rosa Parks refused to be told what she should do, and chose not to give up her seat to a white man. She was on her way home from a long day at w