Jason Mraz

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cocojulescookies
cocojulescookies

Thank you for leading. Thank you for sharing your views and candidate research. Thank you for supporting women.
Happy Anniversary to one of the truly sweetest and loving couples I have ever met!!!! 💝

Rodica
Rodica

Dear Jason,

It is Sunday afternoon, I'm listening to radio Swiss classic and after so long I'm writing again to you.
This sentence of yours made me laugh " For men, it will help ease the discomfort of their surrender. " Indeed! :))
I am with you, the attitude towards women's role in society shall change. Men mainly have to change their way of thinking. The more men embrace the idea, the faster the change. So thank you for speaking up!
It goes to the same thing. We are on a way of becoming more and more aware of what really unites us, what we have in common as humans. We see and speak much about the division in our societies. Yes, there is division, but only when we choose to focus on the things we disagree on from a position lacking openness, love and understanding. It is harder to see our good in ideas and people that are not like us, that are different. But we are so much more alike then different. When we turn our attention to music, to nature, to the beauty and good around us, we all resonate in the same way. After all we are all brother and sisters. We forget this all to often.
We forget that we are living in the best era of humankind. It's been like this forever. The best of humankind's today is the worst of its tomorrow. We forget that our beautiful world is in good hands. In very good hands. The same reality that looks ugly when beheld with fear and mistrust changes completely when looked upon with understanding, hope, trust, with love. It is upon us how we choose to see the world. Let's make each day an effort to see the beauty, the good, the colors of the world. Sometimes it takes much effort, yes. But it is so worth it! The one who created our world spoke the truth when admiring it said "it is very good". So while we our doing our day-to-day grinding and fighting we shall not lose our joy of being part of the beauty and goodness of our very good world. For this we just have to look up, as you rightly and beautifully say.
Travel safe and have good rest. You've been working so hard for so long. Take good care of you.
Much love to you and Christina! Cherish each other, dear kittens!

Peace, love and joy,
Rodica
😊❤️

Rodica
Rodica

I am not sure what you mean by "The future is female". If you mean that in the future women will rule, as you imply when saying that men have ruled for some thousands of years, I could say, beware, women can be bitches. I know. Sometimes I am one. But I am sorry very quickly and I try to make amends equally fast. As men can be no less nurturing.
Woman or man, those who rule, who have power, have to be good, loving, patient, understanding, humble, looking for the good of the others before their own good, doing onto others as they would like done onto them. These are virtues that transcend gender. Power can corrupt men and women alike if virtues are not strong.
The goodness, the real happiness, does not come by being woman or man, white or black, Christian or Muslim, republican or democrat, but rather by being more like our good creator in whose image we were made, being more godly.
Much love,
Rodica
😊❤️

Rodica
Rodica

On a more relaxing note. A short story from long ago.
On my first day in MBA school, the dean from the sister school in US came to Budapest to tell us about the program and to give us a speech.
At some point he said "I believe all the people in this room wish to become a CEO. If there is anyone who doesn't, raise your hand."
Guess what! I was the only one with my hand up. I could see from the reaction on his face that it was a very bad first answer. A completely disastrous way to stand out. Me, who usually am shy and do not raise hands. But then maybe I thought it was a new start and I had to be more bold.
The fact was that I did not really know on that first day what that acronym meant. It was in the mid nineties, I was coming from a former communist country, etc. The dean asked me why I did not want to become one. I said "I do not know what it really entails".
I cannot remember the rest of the conversation probably because I was too ashamed and embarrassed of making such a fool of myself for starts. At least I made some people smile, the dean included... I remember saying to myself "Girl, you are really stupid". Whenever I remember that, I laugh. Still, that moment did not prevent me from having 2 of my best years.
I have not become a CEO. I am not cut for that type of job.
This is the story.
I feel like playing the harp now.... Hihihi 😊

parq
parq

Love all these views and what you’re standing for. But, have you heard of Beto running for Senate in TX. Would love to hear your thoughts on him. And even send you gear. Tx loves you and of course so does Richmond!!