September/October 2019 Newsletter
Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart. ~Rumi
Some of you will say that this month’s newsletter is late, but just like life, it’s actually right on time. And it encompasses both September and October and... it should have been 4 pages but I didn’t think I could keep your attention for that long.
In this newsletter I share my reflections from my recent trip courtesy of Mr. & Mrs. Reggie Brown to Hawaii; hi-lights from last month’s programs that we hosted in Pensacola and a brief article on ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. As the heading suggests, The struggle is Real and it affects more people than you know and many that we do know and identify it as something else. I could not list all of the characteristics of this Disorder so I recommend that further investigation be done if you know of someone or you, yourself struggle with some or all of the symptoms. Pride or embarrassment is no longer an excuse to not seek the help needed to insure that we and others enjoy a better quality of life.
September 22nd is American Business Woman Day, I hope we can all support one another, if not financially we can offer a word of encouragement or our services.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in every form is reprehensible and it doesn’t matter if its happening in our homes, at the hands of the government or other countries.
It will take all of us to Stop It. I asked the question, “Who will we be in the end?” I guess the real question is who are you now and what is your role in the changing of this world ?
Peace & Blessings,