What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. say if he were alive today?
Since his "I Have a Dream" speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963, there's hope that the moral arc of the universe bends towards justice, but it's slower than molasses on a cold January day.
We can do better. We need to do better.
We may want different things in our lives and careers, but connection to others, our higher self, and higher power (however defined) is needed to make it happen. It's a thirst rather than hunger, and it's quenched when we slow down, get silent, and extend respect, compassion, and peace to ourselves and each other.
Through his free, daily inspirational texts, Michael asked folks to share, what bit of wisdom would they like to share with others? Read some of the responses. The responses give Michael faith in humanity.
We are a board game and puzzle family - especially around the holidays. While grabbing Ticket to Ride, Michael walked down memory with Chutes and Ladders, a game he played with his girls when they were younger.
Everyone wanted to land on #28. When you do, it's a dopamine fast-pass to #84 and you're a few spins away from winning.
- 2022 games
- female athletes
- great resignation
- growth and development
- growth mindset
- mental health
- personal growth
- reflect reset renew
- Ripple Challenge
- Rise 2 Ripple
- small ripples
- social justice
- women's sports
- your dash