What color is your world right now? How do you respond when the color begins to drain from your world?
In the midst of a global pandemic, economic downturns, systemic racism and so much more, you may be wrestling with feelings of anger, helplessness, uncertainly, fear, nervousness, and/or emotions you can barely identify, describe or understand.
I wish I had real answers, real solutions to real problems, and the ability to make all things better.
What I do have is an abiding faith in God and the resilience to keep moving forward, even in the face of adversity. I encourage you to do the same.
Pray and meditate.
Focus on the positive.
Take a break from the stressors of life.
Look toward the sunshine.
Find a way, however small, to help someone else.
Be better. Do better. Live better. Make better. Even a small step in the right direction can lead to a better destination.
On June 25th I will celebrate World Vitiligo Day for the first time since my diagnosis over 6 years ago. Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder that causes people to lose color patches on the skin and hair. Over 77 million people have some form of it. Vitiligo affects every segment of the human race and can occur at any age. There is no cure, but thankfully it is not contagious.
Although my skin is losing its color, I pray that your world is colored with love. #KeepDancing
Socially Distancing Hugs,