Nothing can dim the light, which shines from within. - Maya Angelou
I am excited to share light with all of you this week from a dear friend and colleague Seneca Wilson. He is a poet and the Associate Director of Facilities and Guest Services at the University of Alabama, Birmingham. Seneca is author of "Stairs to the Top" and has a motivational series titled, "Turn on your Light."
Today, Seneca shares with us insights about his passion for poetry and the significance of light. Seneca's spoken word is a teller of the darkness and light that we see in our society today as we challenge systems of racism in our world. Today we will hear how his words from only a few years ago still relate to today. Only shedding more light on the importance of the work that needs to be done to rid society of racial injustices.
Links to Seneca's poems shared today are provided following the sharer of light interview.
Find a friend and share Seneca's light with others.
Blessings on this Friendly Light Friday.
With love, light and wellbeing,
Dr. William Wasson