When in Rome – or Montgomery, Alabama. Not even close, I know. I’m not a history buff but can appreciate scenery and experiences when visiting a new place. I wish I’d had more time to explore, but between group projects, 2 days of teachbacks, and my own school work, I just didn’t make enough time.
I also visited the Legacy Museum, an incredibly emotional tribute dedicated to remembering and honoring those that contributed to the Civil Rights movement. This museum is a must see when in Montgomery. As no photos or video is allowed, I’m unable to share the experience but can honestly say if you want a different perspective of the African American and black community’s role in history, then this museum is where you’ll find it.
Training Recap: there’s nowhere else more appropriate to attend Resiliency training than the Montgomery area. After all, resilient is a trait history and science has shown can be fine tuned. One of my classmates stated “Fix the roof while the sun is out”. Along with many other nuggets of goodness shared throughout the week, the 24 people I met reminded me why I do what I do. Sharing the skills I’ve learned and somewhat perfected is valuable to my new position and the people I encounter.
You just never know how large your sphere of influence truly is. Be the change others want to see. Be the change we all deserve.
I ask you –
Are you familiar with the Legacy Museum or Hank Williams memorial?
What does resiliency mean to you?
Tell me about your sphere of influence!
(The post Southern History first appeared here at Running on Fumes.)
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I wasn’t aware of what Montgomery had to offer. That’s cool!
Resiliency is the ability to run after your goals despite being tied down to something. I’m an absolute pro at this.
My sphere of influence is more of a trapezoid; it has some form of a shape and scope…I guess!