Life has it’s many challenges. Here of late they have come to us more closely and more vividly. The CORONAVirus has been an eye opening experience which has been an awakening to some. In spite of its arousing presence, most of us have survived. Unfortunately, many have passed on and hopefully they have gone on to heaven. That’s a genuine hope. Of course, we have experienced the racism issue, which reared its ugly head. I checked my les and learned I had written about eight articles on the subject of racism in 2018 and 2019. So, my current thinking is that many of us have tired, exhausted minds. Here are two pictures for you to look to hopefully admire and study and peruse in your leisure. I will talk at more detail next week about the meanings of this personal piece of artwork which I made in 1992, “Woman of Courage.” Meantime, please look it over. Let your mind be at peace and we’ll talk again next week.
Kindly, Dr. Jeanette
Jeanette Grattan Parker Ph. D-Founder-Superintendent Todays Fresh Start Charter School www.todaysfreshstart.org (323)293-9826 4514 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles, California 90043: firstname.lastname@example.org Weekly Columnist for LA Sentinel News & LA South Chamber of Commerce email@example.com articles copyright June 25, 2020 all rights reserved ©”Inquiring Minds Want To Know”© website askdrjeanetteparker.com “©The Father Famine” “Ask Dr. Jeanette”™