This is a vision board
DO YOU HAVE A DREAM?
On the celebration of Dr. King's birthday we recall his infamous words. Do you suppose he might have had a Vision Board similar to the one pictured above?
The concept is not new, even Oprah endorsed the practice. Displaying one's vision for the future was perhaps first accomplished by cave dwellers who documented on cave walls what they hoped their future would look like. While the new year is often a time to make resolutions, perhaps January 2018 can be a time to creatively identify those qualities that lead to fulfillment of dreams, hopes and aspirations...perhaps for more than just ourselves.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was known for many inspirational quotes, among them,
"Life's persistent and urgent question is 'What are you doing for others?'"
WHAT might we act upon from our vision board that allows us to realize Dr. King's dream, as well as our own?
HOW might our daily routines allow us to
WHERE is there room in our routines at work, at church, and in our community to be agents of change, with VISION.
An individual has not started living until one can rise above the narrow confines of individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity. MLK, Jr.
With divine inspiration and dedication to God's greater good in our lives and in the life of our city, let us love one another as God has loved us.
JaneT JoRdan Altmeyer
Building a foundation of supportive relationships in The City of Churches, moving forward as a community bolstered by faith, driven by purpose, inspired by Christ's love.