Page 10 - September 2021 Issue
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    What is one thing you want people to remember most about you and your work?
I want people to remember I was authentic in my love for and support people in every facet of my life.
What type of legacy do I want to leave behind?
My legacy is my children. I want my children to know that I have always loved them, even for all of their challenges. Every breath that I have taken was for my children since I became a mom at sixteen. I was always honest when they didn't want to hear it.
They will never know or understand all of my life stories; however, they need to know that they came from a woman, who loved, succeeded, failed, and stood back up. They have that greatness within them too.
That is my legacy.
Being in the public eye.
I have never really thought of myself as being in the public eye. I feel like I am hiding out most times to retain my peace.
I live my life the way that makes me happy. I am not concerned about other's judgments because I am consistent at failing, having faults, being successful, being happy, and being fearful. I am consistent at BEING.
No one can take anything from me or make me feel guilty, embarrassed, or ashamed of who I am because I am and have accepted and made peace with my life and choices.
I wish more people would accept themselves not to allow others to dictate who they believe them to be. It is truly life-changing.
What is the dream that you are looking most forward to coming true?
I look forward to becoming Dr. Kiddada Asmara Grey.
What is one thing that you could change about the world? What would it be?
I would love for people not to be afraid of interpersonal conflict and understand it can be resolved. Let me be clear; I am not speaking of war. I am speaking of the conflict between two people that can be resolved with communication. I say of the internal strife that individuals fight daily because they don't know what to do.
I believe it should be mandatory that people of all ages receive conflict resolution training. The number of issues people struggle with would be reduced if they had the skills to enhance their decision-making.

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