By George Smith
This Father’s Day is different for me. Why? I am a year older but was true in that situation a year ago.
The last 24 hours has caused me to question everything I believe or think I know. The present global pandemic and ensuring isolation and cloying anxiety and fingerlings of depression (plus some inner-most personal, tumultuous thoughts) created a need to examine my “here” and take a mental inventory of my “now” and ask hard questions about my very existence and my overall worth to myself, my family, my world.
A personal humanity laundry list emerged from my musings, not just for me, but for others as well. Take it or leave it, it’s now out there and my sunshine today is ultra-bright.
Happy Father’s Day to everyone.
We know first hand about the dilemma associated with race, this big story about how people go out of their way to be judgmental, mean-spirited even, to those who are different or who chose to be appear or act differently
Shame on those that see color before humanity, gender before value, sexual orientation before good deeds, religious affiliation (or atheism) before reverence for the emotions of the human heart, or nationalism over the needs of fellow human beings.
We are all of one creation…of that we should all agree. even if we disagree on a distinctive singular path.
That is a start.
Be kind today and every day after. If you do that and I do do that…it is the start of a movement that can change our world for the better.
Be kind. Today. Every day.
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