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  • Writer's pictureMaryEtta P. Clarkson

Be the Change

In today's world, it's easy to feel like we're constantly being watched. With social media and technology always at our fingertips, it can be difficult to maintain a sense of privacy. But what if I told you that there's someone who's always watching you, even when you're not online? That someone is yourself.

Transparency, honesty, and respect are key values that we should all strive to embody. We should see differences as not deficits, but as opportunities to learn and grow from one another. Honoring humanity means treating everyone with kindness and empathy, regardless of their background or beliefs.

It's important to remember that we are all human, and we all have flaws. But we should strive to be our best selves, and to see others in the same light. Seeing with our hearts and not our eyes means looking beyond surface-level differences and truly understanding someone's character and values.

Suspending judgement is another important aspect of building meaningful relationships. It's easy to make assumptions based on someone's appearance, but we should always strive to meet people where they are and build from there. By doing so, we can create a more inclusive and compassionate world.

In conclusion, someone is always watching - and that someone is ourselves. By embodying such values as unconditional love, grace, transparency, honesty, respect, and empathy, we can build meaningful relationships and create a better world for ourselves and others. Let's strive to be our best selves and see the best in others.

MaryEtta P. Clarkson

Chief Operating Officer

"Unapologetically committed to elevating humanity and strengthening the human spirit!"

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