MR Question Column 19th Edition⭐️
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For the month of July we have the wonderful guest Froswa’ Booker Drew, or you can refer to her as Dr. Drew.
Welcome Dr. Drew to MR Monthly Question Column!
Introducing Guest Dr. DrewDr. Froswa’ Booker Drew has an astounding resume, which means she is one astounding lady. Here are a few of her accomplishments to date: – Founder and CEO of Soulstice Consultancy – VP of Community Affairs and Strategic Alliances for the State Fair of Texas. – Cofounder of HERitage Giving Circle – She has been highlighted in Forbes, Huffington Post, Bustle, Ozy, and other media outlets.
Question: In what ways moving forward can we be better neighbors and human beings within our community?
Froswa’ Response: If we want to be better neighbors and human beings, it requires something so simplistic but has been really difficult for many of us to do.
Since my Faith is a point of reference, I’d like to quote a passage that we have all heard growing up. Matthew 7:11-14 states, “So if you who are evil know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good things to those who ask Him! 12 In everything, then, do to others as you would have them do to you. For this is the essence of the Law and the prophets. 13 Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it.…”
It is easy for us to do good to do those that we have close relationships with like our children and those that we love. It is another story when we have to love others that we do not know or live differently than we do.
If we expect God in heaven to give us good gifts because we ask and we have never seen God, we must realize that those we don’t know are also His children. We’ve never seen God and claim we love God but allow our hate and dislike for our brother/sister that we see daily to create divisions, gossip, and maliciousness (1John 4:20).
Being a better neighbor starts with loving yourself well and extending that love and consideration to others. Doing well by others isn’t necessarily the route that everyone takes but it is one that leads to life.
If we choose to be mean-spirited because so many others do it, we must know that the results are not only harmful to us and others but our communities suffer because of our decisions.
Choosing life is choosing to live in peace and harmony even when there is a world that may choose differently.
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