Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright

Passionate advocate for authenticity in our lives and in our communities.

It’s your choice…

Last night I had the great joy of sharing some of my writings from Becoming Who I Am with a book club called Her Way of Love…from Germany to Georgia!! I wrote the book a few years ago overlaying my story though meditations and poetry on the story of Jesus. In reading some of the poetry prompted by beautiful and provocative questions by this group of women, I was reminded once again of the power of our stories.

We’ve been hearing a lot of stories lately. The stories of the medical workers on the frontline. The stories of the 900 or so medical workers who have died saving others. The stories of some of the 170,000 plus souls who have perished as a result of COVID. The stories of the family members they leave grieving. The stories of those citizens who have died senselessly at the hands of police. The stories of the police who commit to serve and protect. The stories of history making candidates for political office. Stories of teachers who struggle with returning to teach and staying home. The stories of families who struggle with sending their children to school and keeping them home. The stories of children who are eager to return to school and who are afraid of leaving their homes. We have been reminded of the story of our nation. All parts of the that story. The story of the dream. The story of the reality.

Just a reminder.

We have the power to write the ending to our stories. What ending do you want? Choose well.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Alicia Thomas says:

    Dear Beth,

    Thank you for this encouraging and inspiring
    entry. Thanks for sharing your story and thoughts
    through your wonderful book and shedding light on the concerns and experiences of so many in the time of Covid. I shared this with friends and family and they loved it. Someone said “Just the message I needed today.”
    Please keep the rays of hope shining bright with your writing. God bless you.

  2. Thank you Alicia! Your kind and gracious words are just the message I needed today. Many thanks and God bless you.

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