After the protests, after the commentators have had their say and the cameras have stopped rolling . . . now what?
It’s great to bring awareness to an issue. However, there is still a woman (or a man) who is not just a media find, but a real person underneath it all.
Though many have stepped forward, deciding to no longer be silent sufferers, one can only hope that they have done work to find real freedom in their heart, mind, body, and emotions.
There is a lot that goes on in life. So whether you’ve encountered an injustice in childhood, in school, your home environment, the dating scene or your career, you want to make sure you don’t get stuck in a prison in your mind.
Knowingly or unknowingly, your can begin to live your present life around an incident or incidents that occurred in the past . . . essentially creating an altered lifestyle. I would venture to say that it is a compartmentalized life as opposed to a life lived full out.
Yes – conflict and injustices will happen and the hurt doesn’t just go away — it has to be dealt with . . . in a healthy way.
I always want to see people be well and do well and that’s been the premise for the events, conversations and causes I engage in. I figure if we’re bringing issues to the surface, we should also present a solution. Well, I’m still on that track and I invite you to be part of the conversation.
This time, I will be the panel moderator at the Release Your Mind & Live Again event. Join me for a candid, transparent conversation on abuse of power, life issues, life lessons, and life solutions.