These thoughts are written to serve as inspiration and motivation as one seeks to integrate purpose and goals within the human desire to survive and thrive.
These thoughts are a reflective moment of the prejudices, stereotyping and biases that one can encounter upon a day to day level. As I think about Mental health and well-being, with connection to the spiritual realms of the psychological / brain care practitioner, with the biblical teaching of The Samaritan Woman.
Thank you to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for your virtual and online mass services during the Coronavirus health pandemic.
These thoughts reflect upon the recent DNC 2020 speech by Dr. Jill Biden, where Dr. Biden utilized personification, which is a type of metaphor to purport the unity and healing of nations. Within these thoughts I further reflect upon her ideas to create a teaching and learning lesson plan that can be utilized for senior level grades and the Freshman, Sophomore years.
These thoughts reflect upon the DNC 2020 discussion from Dr. Jill Biden, especially with regards to the personification of nation to family, and family relationships. I contend that just as familial relations are complex, so too are that of nation, which also has many dynamics that need to be considered to imagine, restore, rebuild and re-create visions for nation. Thank you Dr. Jill Biden!
SUGAR SKULL II!
These thoughts are a continuation of my previous reflection pertaining to the sadness I felt within the discovery of history, and also the excitement. I take sometime to flesh the sadness to surface, and give importance to this, and also offer hope, so that within the discovery of history, there is still time to learn, conserve, create and re-create a present and a future.
Within these thoughts I welcome the new instagram account entitled @hearts_forever14325 with the hope of offering inspiration and motivations. I decided to create this instagram account after feeling the emptiness and grief – striken with the loss of many service members. Where many are left to cope with loss and injury of family members. With this simple attempt of provision for hope and human impact.
Within these thoughts I reflect on a few simple words taken from 2 Corinthinas 12: 14. I was inspired by the depth that one can infer from this simplicity, to offer a Sunday Reflection! #ShaziaBlog