This is still my Monday Morning mental journey. Yesterday during the Super Bowl, Always ran a shortened version of this Video as a Commercial. It is so good, and so pertinent to the War on Women, which starts with the War on Girls, that I thought that women and men deserved to be able to see it, experience it and think about it for the rest of their lives.
Being a female is not being less than. It is being Equal.
My compliments to the people who put this fantastic video together, and the brilliance of running it at the Super Bowl, when the testosterone concentration in America is perhaps at its highest.
Let’s make a #LikeAGirl mean only “be the best you that you can be”.
Good morning, dear readers. I find myself thinking about those I miss. The people who are no longer there are the greatest loss of getting older. It is the anniversary of the passing of an old friend. John Lennon was in my dreams last night. I don’t know why and the plot isn’t clear, but it got me thinking of the rest of the Beatles. That led me to George Harrison, and this interview George gave to VHI shows the authentic, real George Harrison. It, in my opinion, is a brilliant video.
This is a quiet homage to Whitney Houston and a prayer for her daughter, Bobbi Christine, now in a medically-induced coma. May she come out of this with new strength and determination, and a clear knowing of how much her mother loved her.