Thankfully we have all come through a week, having had its fair share of triumphs and challenges, rain and sunshine, progresses and setbacks. Since we are all here, it is safe to say, we have attained some level of triumph over the week itself.
We hope this Black History month has, thus far, incited renewed passion and inspiration in all of us, as we work on ourselves to transform our families, places of work and our nation. Today, we send you off into the weekend, which for most is packed with a different type of work than on the job. You may need a little down time. “Do only the things you love, whilst procrastinating.” Is this giving us unlimited permission to procrastinate? Even if, do not over-procrastinate, but a little doesn’t hurt.
As we continue to observe Black History Month, PFS puts our ‘Dream’ twist on it. Here is what Malcolm X has to say: “You can always chase a dream, but it will not count if you never catch it.” Basically, Malcolm is saying what PFS has been, in a different way, for your dream to work and be actualised, you have to work; otherwise it’s just a thought. Regardless of shifted focus in the country’s landscape, wasn’t it to all our benefit, that our ancestors had dreams?