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What bothers me sometimes, is this feeling of not being able to do more. I know, I’m not supposed to solve the worlds problems but I can’t pretend like they don’t exist. What is the point of having a platform if I can’t speak to things that hit home. Yes, I do believe we are one, yes, I still appreciate my allies and have love for y’all But it is frustrating when it feels like you refuse to see the pain that still exists. Or maybe you do see it but you haven’t lived it and I feel we’ve come so far removed from it. I understand, I no longer live there. That is not my reality. But it does Not mean I forget. And that’s the point I’m Making. Yes, there are other issues and things we wish to celebrate but standing a little bit longer with those who still suffer, trying to, for a moment empathize with their struggle even if that is all we can do does more than you know. We’ve all been there. The gays with stone wall riots and if it weren’t for the ones who paved the way, we wouldn’t be as free as we are, today. I’m grateful for their sacrifice. And this is happening to my people of color. The difference is this disease is racism. And it’s being brought on by law enforcement. The people who are meant to protect and serve. What do u do when the people meant to protect you are the ones killing you. They riot because they do feel caged. They are scared. Maybe some are just looking or something fun to do. I completely understand that media and the world has to keep going but we don’t have to ignore this in order to do that. We can keep talking about it. Put pressure on those in power to make real changes and not just superficial ones. We have worked hard to enjoy the life and privilege that we have but we mustn’t forget those who are sick and suffering out of the rooms. Dear white people, I don’t hate you. I will never hate you. I don’t blame you. I won’t blame you for something you haven’t done but this is the ugly part of this work. My work. The reason I believe so much in integrating business, politics, having representation in media is so we do see and share different perspectives. Otherwise, nothing changes. The truth is, the work is exhausting. I’m tired but we cannot do it alone. I know this can be scary. This part is why I will always work hard. I don’t expect you to do as much as I do. Not because you can’t but because you don’t have to. I know this, but when you do help, when you can help, I’ll take it. So thank you. Never forget who you are. Magical, you have the universe inside you. You are not your pain, the voices in your head. You’re a limitless creator.
Day 25

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