- the certainty of where you’re from :: the foundation of where you’re going
Tara Correll:: on sustainability, interdependence + not being your own island. “You don’t know where you’re going, until you know where you’re from.” Aunt Wendy, Bailey-Wilson ‘Ohana (family) Reunion. “I am because we are.” Translation: The African word, Ubuntu. In Western European culture for the most part, we are groomed to go out into the world, with the intent ... Read more
- Words to ponder!
Lisa FrascaIs this the end or only the beginning? The second chance you never thought you’d get. The question is, could you do something with it, or spend your days lost in your regrets. This is the Story of Your Life! You decide! Your story of your life is worth telling! By: Matthew West Read more
- Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Eluise GambinoIn our darkest moments, we could never imagine ever having another happy day; can you relate to that? It’s that feeling of the walls crashing in on you and all you can think of is how will I ever get past this, beyond this? On such a day, my Coach, Fredi Baker said to me, “Elle, ... Read more
- It’s Good to have ‘Shereos’
Sue UrdaAs a kid, my biggest Sheroe was my mom. I swore she could do anything better and These days, Mom is still one of my Sheroes and I have many more too. For me, Sheroes serve faster than anyone I knew. When we played basketball she even made more baskets than my dad and brothers. I wanted to ... Read more
- 52 Lessons from My Father
Sue UrdaMay 24, 2012 – Today marks 18 years since my father’s passing from this earthly plane and I will be spending this day honoring our relationship, our love and the many lessons I learned from him. I am grateful for having shared time with my father during his 52 years on this planet. I am ... Read more