One of my jegnas (advisor), Dr. Asa Hilliard, always said that people tend to highlight and get stuck on things that go wrong, and they want to study and analyze failures. Instead, he said, we need to study and focus on things that go well, the successes. “What you focus on grows.” Giving thanks is a way to acknowledge and grow the energy around the good that you have received. It sends out the energy of appreciation and abundance. And what you send out, you’ll get back. That’s reciprocity.
With your giving, we (Nsoromma and you) can give our children and youth:
~ a cultural heritage and history program for our teens connected with a national Black educational organization;
~ STEAM programming with a focus on solving local and global problems that affect people of African descent throughout the diaspora;
~ expanded Triple Threat SAT/ACT Test Prep courses and Knowledge about College workshops for teens and parents;
~ entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship experiences;
~ much more.
You may give a donation in a couple ways:
Medase pa! Asante sana! Thank you very much for your support, your treasures, and your time!
Peace and love,
The Nsoromma Family