I don’t know if it’s kind, but it’s smart, important advice
Inspired by the eloquent, beautiful Viola Davis, during her acceptance speech for the Screen Actor's Guild award for Female Actor in a Leading Role for her portrayal of Aibileen Clark in The Help.
"The stain of racism and sexism is not just for people of color or women. It's all of our burden…. I don't care how ordinary you feel, all of us can inspire change, every single one of us."
Succinct, poignant words…I sure do like her style.
Davis reminds me a little of Stephanie, Holley, Lisa-Jo and our team of (in)courage authors, who all challenge me to Imagine Possibilities Of God-size Proportion. Hmmm, IPoGP…it might just catch on!
Pins & Stumbles welcome!!
p.s. I bet Davis' and Octavia Spencer's wins had Kola Boof's blood boiling!
p.s.s. We'll leave for Germany Tuesday around 12:30 EST; prayers welcome….
p.s.s.s. Want a One Word bracelet like my Adventure one? Lisa would love to make one for ya!
Thanks to Despair, Inc. for the poster template.