A Dream

I have written about many women recently & have just listened to a 22 year old African woman.

What were you doing at 22?

Did the Internet or Social Media even exist?

Is creativity alive & well?

How might it be supported in our neighborhood?

What fuels these positive passions?

Might the lack of that fuel be witnessed this week in Brussels?

David

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Reconciliation

As it relates to our First Nations Indigenous Brothers & Sisters, what does reconciliation mean?

Is it relevant to us, do we care?

You might want to take an hour of your week & listen to what my Nephew, Adam Olsen, has to say. If not an hour then at least half an hour:

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February 14, 2016Permalink Leave a comment

Ladies, You Don’t Have to be Perfect

If you watch the enclosed woman speak to how she got her start with micro loans in Rwanda, you might begin to wonder if you could do what she has done over the last 20 years.

If you watch to the 15 minute mark you will see what a 6 year old was able to do.

Can you think of any reason that you could not match her willingness to recognize the connectivity of all of us?

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January 15, 2016Permalink Leave a comment