By Thérèse Chapman
AFO guest writer
The voice of Anne Frank speaks to us at the Henry and Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle, WA seventy-one years after her death in March, 1945. Until May 25th, visitors can stop by the exhibit’s intimate setting for a guided trip back to the 1940’s, or sit down to a film on The Short Life of Anne Frank. To get the most out of the excursion, do read Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl before-hand.
by Aiano Nakagawa
Your words satisfy a hunger I knew existed, but had no way of expressing. It’s not until I read your words that I am able to uncover and dust off the parts myself I haven’t brought to the light, desires I have yet to acknowledge, and power I have yet to harness.
Thank you for the permission to live a life that satisfies my soul, no matter what.
Thank you for telling us that what we crave is what we deserve and to never settle.
Thank you for taking and redistributing divine feminine energy through your work.
Thank you for speaking directly to the heart. No games, no frills, no bull shit.
Thank you, for showing us how it’s done, Queen.