Yesterday I shared a deeply personal and sensitive story here on Facebook.
And while this was the first time I’ve shared this story publicly, there are still many details I left out.
There are also many people I blocked from that post, to be honest. But even still, I almost didn’t share it. Yet I knew I must.
I almost didn’t share it, not because of what anyone might think or say, but because I wasn’t sure *I* was strong enough.
Yes, it’s been 5 years. Yes, things are a lot different now. Yes, my daughter is doing well.
Taking myself back to those moments was challenging. Gut-wrenching. It took me a good hour to write the post.
But I did it, as I mentioned in the post as well, because my mission on this planet requires it.
The vision of One Generation Peace Coalition is to create a world of peace and love in One Generation.
Because this thing called life? Raising children?
It takes a village.
And the village is YOU.
And the village is me.
The village is aunts and uncles and cousins. It’s neighbors and friends and colleagues.
And that’s why today, as we remember what we’re thankful for, as we gather with family and friends, as we share with each other,
I ask you to consider donating to One Generation Peace Coalition because this message of truth and freedom, this message of love and peace, must spread like wildfire.
Now is the time.
OGPC has a goal to raise $10,000 between now and Giving Tuesday. We have so much work to do.
And I am declaring 2020 as the year that OGPC’s mission spreads like wildfire and beyond.