Many of us have ideas of what is “right” and “wrong”, and can be quick to put people and experiences into one of these categories. I’ve recently had an experience that helped me with difficult emotions and challenged my perception of “right” vs. “wrong”. What will you think?
I’ve talked about how you can touch the world around you on a day-to-day basis, how you can have a positive influence on the people you come into contact with. Have you thought about how you affect the world when a tragic event occurs?
My blog has started off being about my transformative journey while in Europe, and I’ve avoided speaking about current events. There’s been an event recently that hit closer to home, so to speak, and I thought it was time to share how I see these incidents.
I saw a video online the other day about the most dangerous four-letter word; this word has the power to divide families and pit nations against each other. I wanted to share my thoughts about this dangerous word.