I cried because I saw a black man who was somebody's son, husband, father, brother, uncle, cousin and friend plead for his life while another man knelt on his neck with a smug look on his face almost as if he somehow got pleasure from feeling another mans life leave his body. I cried because I wish I could have helped him.
Although we may not even like the sound of the word Covid-19, we must admit that this very unfortunate event in the world has forced us to do some introspection and put things into perspective. We must admit that this forced self isolation and downtime has given us the opportunity to be quiet with our… Continue reading Lessons from Covid-19
Here's a few tips on how I planned and executed my son's first birthday celebration/get-together via the Zoom platform
After the initial shock of this news I decided that I needed to find ways to get on top of this situation and not allow it to kill me. Other than ensuring that my family and myself were kept safe and healthy I concluded that this downtime needed to be worth something, so I focused on finding positive ways to spend my time. Directing my energy toward positive activities would allow me to actually get through this very difficult period with less anxiety and worry and also allow me to make significant progress in several areas of my life.
Let us all work together to fight and beat this dreadful virus. Keep strong, stay vigilant and stay safe. Love and Light!
"Everything flows and nothing stays.....You cannot step twice into the same river,"
Recently while reflecting the thought came to me that sometimes we dim our light to protect the feelings of others. Sometimes we shrink ourselves and play down our full potential because we fear the criticism of others. There is no need to shrink or fear. Your blooming may be just what is needed to motivate… Continue reading Be Your Best Self; Someone Else May Need It!