How do we finish the work that began over 50 years ago that arrested white America to the plight of black America’s suffering?
I was reminded once again that they’re always watching, and what they learn has more to do with how we live, than what we say.
The mental and emotional toll that this moment is taking on my black brothers and sisters is real. Let’s take care of ourselves in the process of rising to the occasion to save the world.
This past week has taught me the importance of second chances…beginning with my 2 year old’s birthday.
If you get a chance to go back to a time where freeze tag is just a fun game, you take it and run with it.
One day we’re going to look back on this season and remember something. What do we want those memories to be?
I live with a cast of characters. To be clear, I’ve known that for a while. But these past few weeks, being trapped in my house with them has been a crash course…
While we often focus on what’s lost when we lose trust in each other or institutions, maintaining trust costs something as well. And it’s these small teachable moments that reinforce the ongoing cost that trust exacts.
How can we learn to really understand each other? It begins by showing up to see each other.
One day soon, this will be my new place of refuge. For now, it’s just another space where I’ve got to learn how to relax.