Please take care of yourself now, so that you may live to practice life another day.
This Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic battle has been a challenge around the world. Many have died. More have survived. All have been affected.
2020 is a year that started with so many hopes and expectations. For many it came to a standstill. For more it became a slow pace. Everyone’s timeline changed.
I am so thankful for the activities and forums that did take place. We were able to present the 5th annual Arkansas Heritage Celebration of Black History Month on Saturday, February 29, 2020. It was awesome. It really felt like a milestone in time. Everyone was so happy and the atmosphere was festive. The 5th annual Arkansas Heritage Celebration of Black History Month this February 2020 was like the last great gathering before the shutdown of society.
The Women’s History Month Observance that was set for March 28, 2020 was postponed indefinitely. The presentation of “If Those Who Are Called” Leadership Forum set for August 8, 2020 is uncertain. October’s Domestic Violence Month Observance 2020 presentation is uncertain. The presentation of the 3rd annual Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair 2020 will be uncertain as well.
I’ve often stated that as we live and experience this life, our life is like a practice. We live, we learn, we experience. Whatever it takes during these challenging times, please take care of yourself and loved ones now, so that you may live to practice and experience life another day.
“Doctors practice medicine. Lawyers practice law. I practice daily life, but most of you don’t know that life’s a practice, it is all practice. It’s all a practice.
Lawyers, Judges, PhDs.
Doctors, Politicians, Pharmacies
I practice daily life, but most of you don’t know that life’s a practice. ”
Song by Jason Irby.
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