I was silent for too long, letting microaggressions slide, not confronting my friends and family when they would say racist remarks. Now, since I’ve been educating myself more about oppression, racism, white privilege – while also being married to a Black man – I can no longer be silent. That just isn’t an option for me anymore.
Use everything you can as way to learn and grow. Don’t give up on you.
Dare to do something for yourself. Dare to do something for someone else.
You have no idea of who is better off because you’re here. And, you don’t get to say all of what your positive impact has been on others.
You’d surely miss something.
Photo Credit: Toa Heftiba I’m a busy-body and a worrier. I make to-do list and itineraries when I’m on vacation. I have the magical ability to turn something fun into a character building activity. I ask for more responsibility even when my plate is full. Yes, it’s as frustrating as it sounds – for anyone involved. Here […]
All of us have brokenness. All of us have doubt. All of us have shame. And still, our lives have meaning.