At sunset, The Sixth and I (@SixthandI) Synagogue featuring the iconic cornerstone laid in 1906:
“If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present.” (probably misattributed to Lao Tzu)
Washington, DC, USA has a natural release valve for the times when people need to be in the present – you don’t have to walk very far to spend time with the spirits and the ancestors.
And then you walk a little farther to see the future being born.
When borrowing a good lens, it’s easy to find great material in the nation’s capital. Enjoy.
I’m 100% sure I was watching history when I took this photograph, outside of the White House, in Washington, DC (of course).
It features the leaders of the health issue of our time – equal opportunity to exist in society for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and in this case transgender.
Putting this here for the record. Remember. BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS, AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, AND 17 ADDITIONAL MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS IN SUPPORT OF RESPONDENT Source: Gloucester County School Board v. G.G – American Academy of Pediatrics, et al. | American Civil Liberties Union Excluding Transgender … Continue reading Gloucester County School Board v. G.G – American Academy of Pediatrics, et al.
Brookland is an amazing journey through African American History and the people who saved thousands of lives through medical science, helped create a Jewish State (Israel), changed entertainment, prevented Washington, DC from being turned into a 12-lane freeway, including most of present day Shaw, U Street, and Dupont Circle. They happened to be African American.