Tag Archives: identity

New Creation

She called herself a worrier, but when her child was hurt in an accident, she learned how to escape that restricting label. As her child was recovering, she met each week with friends to talk and pray, asking God for … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Thoughts of a 20 Something

In a small discussion group for a course on racism… What were your first experiences recognizing your own racial/ethnic identity? What did you learn about people of racial, socio-economic class, or gender groups other than your own? I remember my … Continue reading

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Abundance Flows

The first lesson you taught me: Abundance flows. Life is not about accumulation, but community. The second lesson: You create  space for others to exist in their fullness when you commit living in yours. To be placed in a world  … Continue reading

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Career Advice

What advice do you have for anyone who’s been laid off or fired for the first time in their career? One huge mistakes people make is letting your job become your identity its just a job, and you’re hear to … Continue reading

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Mindfulness for People of Color

Can you say more about mindfulness as a tool for people of color? We know that deep relaxation is important for healing, but how do we replenish ourselves? And rest? When you poll Black women, you find that we don’t … Continue reading

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