On the second day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC), I decided to tune in and hear what Dr. Jill Biden had to say. I remember her as the former Second Lady during President Barack Obama’s Presidency. But I also remember not taking as much interest with the political frontiers. I wanted to know and learn from Dr. Jill Biden. What does she stand for? Values, beliefs and her life story in general. It goes without saying that Dr. Biden has a heart full of love. Successful within relationships, career and basically all the realms of life. Personal and public. I am sure that Dr. Biden and family have been through the many struggles and upheavals of family life, as some were discussed within her DNC discussion. I reflected upon her words and thought that: isn’t this the ideal that most individuals desire? A loving family, relations, full-filling and successful career on purpose?
I reflected upon her words and thought that: isn’t this the ideal that most individuals desire? A loving family, relations, full-filling and successful career on purpose? #ShaziaBlog #Quote #DNCTweet
But it is also with these views we have to remember that not everyone envisions this for themselves. Nor does everyone possess the capacity to produce this idealistic vision. In simple terms – family dynamics are complex. As the many social, economic, class or racial factors intersect, as we traverse the journey of life. But this view does not mean that Dr. Jill Biden does not possess the capacity to stand beside the officially elected Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Their marital relations came from Joe Biden’s 2nd marriage, hence; President Trump’s 3rd marriage to his current wife, First Lady Melania Trump.
Nations can be healed, just as relationships are healed. But often times we are called to re-create these very relations that we desire, hence; national relations that might be restored, renewed through the possibility of re-creation. #ShaziaBlog #Quote #DNC2020Tweet
Nations can be healed, just as relationships are healed. But often times we are called to re-create these very relations that we desire, hence; national relations that might be restored, renewed through the possibility of re-creation. To fill what is desired. We must also remember that we can utilize the personification of a family to a nations. Just as the complexity of family dynamics so too is that of nation, where we must also remember to apply the dynamics related to nation formations, politics, or the restorations needed to maintain a nation, national and international. For the process of restoration, also arises the need for willingness and shared responsibilities. However, it must also be noted sometimes the fragmentations are more so created with news media impact upon populations.
Thank you Dr. Jill Biden for sharing your thoughts. I would also like to mention Colin Powell, former secretary of state, who I have quoted during my masters research work, with topics including Globalization and the associations with terrorism, particularly also relating to the experiences of the classroom. And also former First Lady Michelle Obama – Thank you for your service!
Notes – These thoughts were originally hand-written on August 19th, 2020
My Thoughts To Share With Love & Kindness! 🙂