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“Truth in obscurity is more precious than fame based on falsehoods.”
Truth in obscurity is more precious than fame based on falsehoods. We live in a time in which everyone seems to question everything and they will say anything for their 15 minutes of fame. While some questioning of authority is healthy in a democracy, it’s a problem when people en masse believe their internet research is more accurate than established news outlets, bonafide experts and government agencies that are duty bound to report with transparency. Normal has shifted. Our political discourse has become too jaded and mean-spirited. In this climate of uncertainty, we have to push reset and get back to truth as a starting point. A divided nation is a weaker nation. Our enemies know this and will use every device to misinform our communities. Accordingly, we must allow truth to set us free. We must lean into helping our neighbors and lifting our nation . . . together.
In this issue of SoulVision Magazine, we discuss the metaverse and the future of education with entrepreneur Marcus Shingles. Next, we explore the artistry of author and writer B.C. FaJohn, rising filmmaker Myles Brown, and engraver David Harris. Also in this month’s issue, we update you on chef Kyle Taylor’s new restaurant and share a delicious and healthy recipe from chef Andre Carthen. Finally, we highlight the valuable work of the National Education Equity Lab, and celebrate the legacy of Nichelle Nichols. You get a new look when you have SoulVision!
“We must lean into helping our neighbors and lifting our nation . . . together.”