This blog is not about Bill Cosby's sentencing. It's more about personal accountability.
This blog is not about the President or Supreme Court appointments. It is a call to register to vote. (https://www.vote.org/am-i-registered-to-vote/)
This blog is not about the NFL. It's a declaration of peace and justice.
This blog is not about the CardiB or Nicki Minaj scuffle. It's more concerned with women supporting women.
This blog is not about Fashion Week. Though I hope one day it will be! (Ayyyeee)
This blog is not about MeToo or TimesUp or Believe Women. But, believe me, me too and time is up.
This blog is not about immigration and border control. It is a vow to respect the dignity of all human life.
Thing is, it's rare for me to post or debate publicly about the hot button topics, or latest tea, or recent tragedy. I am not oblivious nor am I without an opinion. I simply choose the perspective that builds, that elevates, that is proactive rather than reactive. It helps the pain and dissapointment. Mother Theresa was on to something:
"I was once asked why I don't participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally. I'll be there."
There's a small adjustment in the mind and behavior when you go from being "against" something to being "for" something. That's the place I want to operate from. That I NEED to operate from. There's SO much noise. Negativity is such a poison, a drug. It's a habit, an addiction.
Being able to filter the noise is so important. Maybe peace and positivity are like an acquired taste. Does it seem bland? Need more salt? Not for me. It's not good for my pressure (lol). There's SO much of it, all around us. There's a constant barrage of inescapable bad news, it's overwhelming. It's deafening.
I have to protect my peace! Here's how I do it:
The truth is there is SO much good out there. Find it, wrap yourself in it. Bathe in it. Eat it up. We all deserve our slice of joy served warm... daily!
~enisha b jane
In my own words. E as in "elephant"
enisha b jane
In my own words.