Originally posted on theBIGpicture Camille: Let the beauty of nature spark your imagination with this collection of 65 stunningly beautiful pastel paintings and the short stories that inspired their creation. A delightfully easy read, Pastels & Prose will uplift you and will be a unique addition to beautiful book collections on coffee tables, at home, in a…
Let us never forget the lessons learned from the life of Queen Elizabeth ll –
1. Commitment to duty is proof of your integrity
2. Being respectful earns you the respect of others
3. Even if you carry the burden of the legacy of your ancestry, you can play an important role in the transformation of history and traditions
4. When you rise above the many tides of controversy, you become a stabilizing and unifying force for good
The legacy of slavery persists in many forms. Let us work to dismantle all that doesn’t serve us and constructively engage in the dialogue, action and hard work involved in building a vision of the world we want to create – where all people are treated equally, given equal opportunity and diversity is embraced and celebrated.
The evidence of life is growth. As we pass through the first full year of the pandemic, let us take some time to appreciate life. Our theme in the spring 2021 edition of The Anchor is ‘experiencing life.’
Engagée dans la tradition chrétienne de spiritualité, je me décris comme un éternel esprit évolutif, solidement chevillé à une expérience terrestre utile. Cela dit, je ne nierai pas que mon expérience terrestre est façonnée par mon sexe, mon appartenance ethnique et mon héritage culturel.
A Tribute to John Isaacs on Father’s Day 2020 Six years ago, I had my last conversation with my Dad. He slept his way into eternity two weeks later, having the final chapter of his life on this earth ended by Alzheimer’s disease. Father’s Day brings back many memories of our long conversations throughout everyContinue reading “Violence and awareness lessons learned from my father”
After watching the 9-minute video clip of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin using his knee to press the last breath out of George Floyd, we need to hear Chauvin’s side of the story. I swore as I angrily smashed my tablet against my chair and screamed in pain watching Chauvin’s brutality and the indifference ofContinue reading “Why we need to hear Derek Chauvin’s side of the story”