So how’s everything going? I’m doing well. I just wanted to update you all on what’s going on with this wellness journey. I’ve been at in for a couple days now and like I mentioned in my previous blog, I gained some really bad habits before starting this journey.
First, I just want to say that you all are amazing! I haven’t posted in awhile and people are still following me and joining me on this journey. I wanted to personally thank @ActionWonderlust. When I saw the notification that you followed me, it reminded me that I still have a place here. So thank you…Thank all of you.
I thought the picture above was sooo prolific. “When will you return?”
Some of you may know that I use to teach the Hebrew Alphabet at my church on the monthly basis during these meetings called Rosh Chodesh, which means ‘Head of the Month.’ These meetings are basically a run down of what to expect in the upcoming month.
History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.
Martin luther king jr.
I’ve been gone for so long. I’ve been hurting for so long and now, it persists. But on the eve of my birthday, I cannot keep quiet. Although I haven’t been on here in months, I own this platform and I have a responsibility to speak up and just in case you didn’t know…
I just wanted to reach out to you all and simply state that I love each and every one of you. Thank you for your continued support and I pray for a safe, prosperous and fun filled year to come. I know I haven’t been around much in 2019; my year was tumultuous, like everyone else’s.
In 2020, I vow to be more consistent. I am super nervous to start because I am uncertain about my ability to produce frequent, quality content but I know that as I am obedient things will fall into place. So I will leave that fear in 2019 and just show up and if it’s not that great initially, I have to believe it will get there. I don’t have any resolutions but to be gentle with myself. This doesn’t mean to excuse myself but to have grace and compassion with myself like I would have for anyone else facing a challenge head on. With that being said, Happy New Year! 2020 will be fantastic and I have you all to witness it.