Reflections on the style and spirit of the Harlem Renaissance in Auburn, NY – the aaduna, Inc. Fundraiser
There are times in life when the simplicity of a “thank you” or an “I love you” or the heartfelt rhythm of an “I’m sorry” resonates a deeper meaning than countless platitudes that sound drenched in artificiality and hubris.
There are times in life when we need to say more and understand the heart is so filled with gratitude and appreciation that the less we say the more we say it.
To the readers, Michele Jones Galvin, Joyce Stokes Jones, Edward Mendes, Heidi Nightengale, Sheila Applegate, Howard Nelson, Christine Noble, and Bobbie Panek, each of you voiced words as precious gemstones to be admired and worn every day because we are rich in spirit and understanding, and we deserve preciousness to engulf us all the time.
To the musicians, Malik Clanton, Danielle Evans, Nub…