Shame cannot survive empathy. – Rene’ Brown
This is an outstanding speech. I think it’s brave, intelligent and very well thought out. I’m happy she’s found a place of peace. Say what you will about her, this is a great message regarding the cost of social media, public humiliation, and shame. I think it’s worth the watch. I agree, we need to change how we act online.
Freedom of expression comes with great responsibility.
I was living in Chicago when I discovered Tracy Chapman’s music. Love this woman’s vibe and sound.
My girlfriend and I are going to see Mark Lowry this weekend at First Baptist Church in downtown Tulsa. There are still tickets available and if you want to come, click on the photo below for more information. Hope to see you guys there! And yes, for those who know my history with Mark Lowry concerts, I am stopping off at the hairdresser BEFORE I go to the concert. No more senior citizen fliers for this chic.
FCC DISCLAIMER: No goods or services have been given in exchange for this endorsement. A lot of my readers are fans and I wanted to share concert information. I am not associated with Mr. Lowry in any way, shape or form.