Good tidings pursuers:) I trust everybody had a delightful end of the week, likewise I really want to believe that you are having a fantastic day remaining protected, solid and careful during this time as we proceed to push ahead from vulnerability. There is a conflict of mass shootings and rough crime percentages that we are seeing today, especially those that occur on school property, or those connected with shopping markets, faculty are rarely an impression of the present age of brutal disdain wrongdoings, it is difficult to make sense of the vicious wrongdoing elements that have existed for quite a while in this country likewise around the world. The idea of contention and brutality has changed significantly since the UN was established a long time back. Clashes currently will generally be less lethal and frequently pursued between homegrown gatherings as opposed to states. Crimes are turning out to be more successive in certain regions/Countries of the planet, while orientation-based assaults are expanding universally.
How would we push ahead from the issues that we need to confront leaving our homes every day, or how would we find delight from sufferings that has or emerging as I talk. In my past bulletins I have spoken about Dread, destiny, realities and fear while this large number of words mean agonizing unsettling in the presence or expectation of risk, and it suggests nervousness and for the most part loss of boldness. 🙁
“Now is not the time to be silent, let’s continue to support each other and speak out against hate.” I am speaking out against hate and the violence against women, Child abuse and trafficking of our children, domestic violence and Injustice. Stop the Hate against African Americans !!! and American Asians! In the world today (All Lives matter)
Let us continue to have empathy to take the perspective of and feel the emotions of others and the compassion of those feelings and thoughts that include the desire to help. With that being said have you heard of the saying the beauty behind the music lol that is when we are faced with obstacles and challenges also having a dream where we are Inspired by our wants and desires to become prosperous in our creative self. That is the discussion I had with Ms. Faranak Shahroozi, who had enlightened me behind her beauty and the music. Faranak Shahroozi is an Iranian American composer, performer and pianist known for her lyrical, romantic and captivating melodies. Her passion for music started at the age of 5 when her parents hired a private tutor to teach her basic musical notes and theory. Following the revolution of 1979, her world as she knew it changed forever. Because of the Iran-Iraq War of 1980, Faranak and her parents packed their bags and left their hometown of Abadan and moved to the capital city of Tehran. With Glass’s help, vision and collaboration with stars such as Lenny Williams from the soul/funk group Tower of Power, Syreeta Wright (Stevie Wonder’s wife) and the endorsement of the legendary winemaker Robert Mondavi, Faranak’s first album, titled “La Musica De La Vigna,” was produced. Her song “Helplessly Falling” was featured in the “Down ‘n Dirty” film starring Gary Busey.
By the mid-2000s, Faranak began working with San Francisco R&B radio station KBLX. Her second album, entitled “Eternal Love,” emerged as the result of a passionate romance when she met her husband, Steve Lohr of J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines. “Eternal Love” was produced by Adam Ivy and released in 2012. She has also performed for business and musical professionals like Jeff Shell/Stephen B. Burke, the [former] CEO of NBC; Johnson & Johnson; PETA; winemaker Robert Mondavi; saxophonist Boney James; and Tony! Toni! Tone! Faranak who has experienced challenges and adversity to change what was, to what is, was very inspiring! check out the interview by clicking on the link here and I hope our conversation will bring out your passion and purpose on your journey into social growth :)URL link to Episode Page: HTTPs://bbsradio.com/podcast/all-roads-lead-65-max-radio-march-30-2021
In the meantime, readers I leave you with the quote of the day and do have a fabulous week :)From a true Sapphire herself Pamela L Henderson.
Quote>> Nobody has the monopoly of all knowledge but together, we can build a genius economy.
African Proverb by President Ruto