Letter From the Publishers, June 2018
Jun 05, 2018 07:45AM
Kendra & Jacqueline
Freedom rings in its most honorable tone when everyone is seen, heard and afforded equal opportunity; there is profound strength in recognizing diversity. Simple ways of being together each day reflect larger views of reconciling a history that has shaped us with a more inclusive future that can sustain us. Solutions are emerging everywhere in those communities that are paying attention to the details, and seeking to affirm us all.
Our ongoing exchange with one another impacts how we identify needs and pass along gifts of insight, experience and expertise. Neighborhoods that collaborate to prioritize healthy, safe spaces reflect a self respect that members can embody, allowing conscious living to release ripples of simple kindness and harmony into the framework of our lives.
A call to creatively liberate is essential and benefits all generations, including the realms of education, business, art, nature, healthcare, wildlife, the underserved and many more. Innovation is clearly the key to restructuring and mobilizing those basic systems that hold us accountable to each other, optimizing our flow, our sources of light and water and healing. Seeking to unveil these vital elements can reconnect us with our original essence and inborn desire to help make this a better, brighter world.
This month’s issue pulls together a ‘masterpiece plan’ for joyfully living with others, reading between the lines to find new avenues of well-being and making space for different beliefs to coexist. Seeking the authentic beauty that resides deeply and innately within calls it forth, unleashing a recognition of self in others and better understanding of a more soulful interdependence. Standing tall with each other is a great source of collective empowerment.
Seek adventures in new places and make time to explore the practitioners and products offering the promise and possibility of renewed health and well-being. Together we support your joy and vitality this summer season!
~Jacqueline & Kendra