There was a time when a discussion about manners and etiquette included using the proper fork and writing thank-you notes in a timely manner.
‘Tis the season, isn’t it?
I was waiting in line the other day for my turn to pay for some groceries.
As hard as it is to believe, Thanksgiving 2022 is here. The year is waning, and what a year it’s been.
Peace. Unity. Hope. These words are part of our daily vernacular when associated with promoting a world filled with harmony. They’re words that elicit inspiration for a world where we can inhabit in concord with and acceptance for one another.
Maybe every person believes they came from a great generation, but as an Atlanta native, I am so grateful I had the opportunity to grow up in Lawrenceville in the 1960’s and 1970’s. The values I learned have helped me navigate through many difficult life challenges.
The New Year is a time that makes us all reflect on the world we live in and the changes that could make the world a better place for all. Perhaps we could start with kindness.