As the (r)evolution continues, we reflect back on these past weeks where we really dove in to process our thoughts, protest peacefully, and have meaningful conversations to help heal current and residual emotions virtuously. As a black business owner and a company of demographic diversity, there have certainly been experiences of discrimination. But our current movement and massive awakening seems to be the turning point to finally dismantling old paradigms in our society.
I am a BLACK WOMAN. We are BLACK WOMEN that build. We don’t tear down other BLACK WOMEN. We know the pain of not being heard so we will be deliberate about building each other up and empower, pray for, and do the best to protect them while creating a safe space for growth. We as humans are too quick to criticize, however I stand with my black sisters as we help build & encourage each other. Let’s go beautiful queens.👑 Black Lives Matter.
As we face times of uncertainty and our tumultuous 2020 year - the most important thing we can do is to keep spreading messages of LOVE. Take a stand where you feel called to and honor all thoughts and feelings as they come about. Purging our emotions can get intense and it’s how we begin to heal. But love is a super power. Sparkle it however and wherever you can. Let's stay united in this. Let our collective vibration of love continue the evolution and break all unjust c