Mary McLeod Bethune faced down illiteracy. She battled against sexism. She fought racism. She raised her son as a single woman. And she built a legacy for generations to benefit from.
I was not about to become a victim. I was not about to allow my son to become a victim. I didn’t want him to look out over his life and think that he was limited because he had a diagnosis of asthma.
if the only thing harriet tubman had ever done was walk to freedom and then later return to rescue her family members, she would have earned her place in history as a woman of courage.
even if your life is in a post-riot condition, dystopian background included, you are not an empty cup but an entire human being.
your personal anti-defamation league would defend and protect you from the onslaught of guilt and regret you toss your way.
fearfree living is the profound principle that you have a right to care for the you you claim.
…20 years ago on a mountain ridge, i made the decision that i would not live my life full of fear.
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