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Empower, what an electric word.

Updated from 6/14/2019

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While I think it is very important to empower men, women, individuals, young adults I always wonder what is going on with peoples live’s behind the scenes. Where are they at in this journey we call life and what is one is willing to change.

Were you part of the peaceful protests held recently ? Or were you part of the looting, wrecking of businesses, injuring of people? What did that prove, how did that help the murdered black man and changing our society that needs to be done? How can you call yourself an adult? How did that go to improve the situation and what is your conscience telling you?

What happens to our black community is really sad and what has happened to our police force in some communities is also sad. Society, all of us included need to change our thinking on many topics. We have all heard and seen things over the years that we knew were not right. Not having a police force would be catastrophic as proven by the rioting we have seen recently. Do changes need to be made, absolutely and what are you going to do to help make things better?

Empower what does that word mean to you? Word defined in Webster’s New American Dictionary is-to give authority or power to; also enable.

Dreaming about empowerment means working hard to achieve the goals you have set for yourself and understanding it will take time to get to where you want to be. Add to your goals the question- what can I do to help change our world?

Think about the following:

Educate yourself, so you can understand what is going on in our government, our states and cities.

Do some volunteer work and talk with the people you are trying to help. What are their real problems and issues. How can you help them make changes.

Show respect for one and other.

Know what your teenagers are doing and where your teenagers are . Talk with them, listen to them, try very hard to set a good example.

Start now, taking one day at a time.

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Aging Gracefully, a life style challenge

Not too long ago I decided to start a tribe on Tailwind, (which I love) and see what would happen. The name of my tribe is -Aging Gracefully, a life style challenge. So far, nothing, but then I am optimistic things will turn around. They always do, maybe not in the time frame I would like. Waiting is hard to do for all of us That brings to mind a gentleman waiting for the elevator, which was not very speedy, so he was banging on the elevator button. Now that was really going to help matters. Patience. Aging is like a kaleidoscope, ever changing.

Just going to talk briefly about when you are in your 20’s and 30’s.

When we are young, we look at the world with a different mirror, believing we would not grow old for a long time. We have lots and lots of time to pattern our lives and maybe we do/did some very foolish things. Think about what needs changing, or what you would like to do differently.

In our 20’s we are trying hard to find a profession, job that will bring us lots of satisfaction and make money. A difficult time, just got out of those teen years, that made you want to tear your hair out at times, now your world is changing. People you thought were friends you do not even see anymore.

In our 30’s we really would like to get married and start our family. Bringing children into the world is an awesome responsibility. It means your focus in life in life changes. Now you are about to become a parent . Another phase of life and all of a sudden a really different world appears. You learn what it means to be pregnant, how to prepare for the new life you are responsible for. What being healthy means. How important it is to work as a team surviving the first 5-6 months of being a parent. Just the start of things to come.

We will continue this discussion later. For right now determine what phase of your life you are at in your 20’s and 30’s. What is not working in your plan of life and how can you change it Your thoughts, your partners thoughts and what needs to change.

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