Lewis was a lion. We need more lions.
So many of us have lived our lives placing unmerited value on the opinions of others while discrediting our personal truth and reality. Breaking the shackles of people-pleasing requires honest self-appraisal, a healthy dose of self-esteem, and an enormous commitment to self-realization.
….as near as the destination may be, it’s still the journey that matters….
Edmund Winston Pettus was a Confederate brigadier general, a U.S. senator and a grand dragon of the KKK. In 1940, Selma, Alabama, needed a bridge across the Alabama River. A steel arch bridge was constructed and named the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
On March 7, 1965, civil rights movement demonstrators attempted crossing the bridge to march to the state capital of Montgomery. They were met by mounted police who attacked with billy clubs and tear gas. The day became known as Bloody Sunday. On February 27, 2013, the Edmund Pettus Bridge, named after a KKK racist…
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