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“Remember the great blessing of life.”
I’m not mad or angry at anyone today. Being pent up with a mask on my face for the last year and change was like being in a chrysalis for me. I’ve been working on me and trying to do everything that I can do to be a better version of myself. I’ve been reading, writing, cooking, thinking and praying that we would come out of this pandemic in a better place. My transformation included letting go of hate, anger, and any other weight that had become burdensome. I’m rocking with love and that makes me feel happy and light.
As we go into this summer with the pandemic mostly in our rear view mirrors, let’s remember the great blessing of life that anyone reading this message gets to enjoy. We made it out of darkness and into a new light – today. What will you do with your blessing?
In this issue of SoulVision Magazine, we examine diversity and inclusion from the perspective of an animation powerhouse – Lion Forge Animation. You will be surprised by the grit and insights from Lion Forge founders David Steward II and Carl Reed. We share the light of Tawn Williams, Ciarra Morris and Susan Brown. We also showcase the ingenuity of the young engineers at AirOn and go behind the scenes with a guest feature on the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. In our Legends section, we acknowledge the impact and legacy of Robert Russa Moton, the second president of Tuskegee University. Last, chef Larry Carey brings the heat with a fantastic Honey Garlic Salmon & Shrimp with Asparagus recipe. Let’s go all in with love! You get a new look when you have SoulVision.
“What will you do with your blessing?”