The spirit of the season is PEACE. Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me. The holidays are upon us. Many of us are decorating our homes, sending greeting cards, buying gifts for friends and family, and planning our holiday meals. But this year is different. With Covid-19, we won’t be celebrating the holidays quite the same way; and we may miss celebrating with our loved ones.
Hello, WSU friends! It’s been a while since I’ve written, but oh, that does not mean that nothing has been going on! I wanted to start out with a conversation I had with my daughter recently. She mentioned that someone asked her why “we,” meaning African Americans, continue to talk about something that happened so long ago; in reference to slavery and all that went with it. This made me
Who would have thought that amid a totally life-changing pandemic, we would find ourselves at the forefront of a global movement protesting in response to the murder of George Floyd. Floyd’s death lit a spark that has set the world on fire! And is now our clarion call – not just here in the United States, but all over the world. The callousness of his death and those of other
I’ve thought a lot about India’s song lately. How change IS the only constant. How life has always been about motion. How some changes have been subtle, while others have been life altering. It’s taken me over a month to really process this one. And I’m not sure I’m fully there, yet. The pandemic itself has been shattering on such a massive scale. Many have lost their lives or those