photo by Clay Banks
Know that self care during these times is not selfish, but essential to cultivate the compassion, diligence and boldness needed for the work that lies ahead.
I’m not saying all of our work is the same. Some of us are learning about racism and some of us are living it. Therefore, our roles and responsibilities to the eradication of racism is different.
But I think we can all sit with the question, what am I willing to risk for BIPOC lives? How can I serve at this time? And then do it.
Keep doing your daily practices. Be ok with discomfort, mistakes and messiness. This is how we live our spirituality and embrace our shared humanity.
A post on social media is not enough. Everyday action is required to dismantle racism.
To start, I’m making the following company wide (W-School & The Well on Bowen) commitments: