A Profile in Goodwill

imgres-2Today is a humbling one for me.  I received the email notification that I would be profiled on the Ethics Daily website early this morning.  I answered the questions for the interview about a month ago.  I knew that it was coming.  Still, I am deeply grateful for the acknowledgement.

Some people work for praise and expect it.  Others work because they are driven by productivity.  I am a member of the latter group.  I love work and I love my work.

People ask why I am so passionate about race and saying good riddance to it.  The answer is simple.  It’s what I was born to do.  I was created to do this.  I don’t have anything else to say to race.

So, when the praise comes, it is unexpected.  I am not writing for an audience so the applause startle me.  I must confess that while I share this blog with you, I am writing for me.  While I am thankful for the attention, this work is more personal than some may realize.  This is why I don’t argue in the comment section; it is because I am not an argument but an agreement.

I am in agreement with the Word of God and it is to God that I give the glory for this profile in goodwill for it is simply an expression of God’s will that must be done on earth: reconciliation.

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4 thoughts on “A Profile in Goodwill

  1. Woo hoo!!!

    I’m so proud of you and blessed to know you, my sister!!!

    -Trish

    Sent from my iPhone

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