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‘Cancer: My Journey in Time (part 122)

Start this year the same as last year

by Wanda Clay
Rev. Enoch Fuzz

This year, just like years past, starts out with a variety of familiar events, activities, and habits. It usually starts with unresolved ‘resolutions’ to do things like lose weight, stop procrastinating, and spend more time with someone—because we usually don’t make it through the first month with our first steps. However, I remind readers of an old saying: ‘If at first, you don’t succeed, try and try again.’   Therefore, we are encouraged to keep trying if it is something that is really needed for the betterment of life.

So, we start the year off the same. But how will December 2023 look if we get some things started now at the beginning?

Rev. Enoch Fuzz begins this year with an invitation to the OneNashville meeting on Saturday, January 14 at 8 am at Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, 819 33rd Ave. N. for a day of community awareness fellowship and the observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. What the public is expected to do on this day is to continue to make efforts to gather in support of the community, the city, and the nation as involves individuals and their lifestyles. It all matters. There are special expectations citizens have for their government, and representatives and government also have expectations of their citizens.

There will be special OneNashville guests, including: Mayor John Cooper; Tony Garrintana; and TSU Executive Vice President Frank Stevenson. Bring your questions and suggestions.  Elected officials and other community leaders will be present. This is a great way to start the year by making special needs known to the proper individuals that may be able to assist.

Also, bring an appetite. Breakfast will be served, and it never disappoints.

Look forward to a great New Year. It may start out the same, so to make changes, your expertise could make a difference. Although he remains on his journey with stage four lung cancer, Rev. Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian, continues each year to maintain his status as a community leader by constantly making efforts to make changes in our neighborhoods—which ultimately will make changes in our society.

Will this year start out like last year? We certainly hope so, so that work will continue to move forward. Things that did not succeed will be ‘tried and tried again.’

With those efforts, we also ask that we continue to pray.

It has always been a priority of Rev. Fuzz that people should pray. He not only wants prayer for himself, but seeks to pray together for communities, our city, our state, our nation and our world. Pray, enjoy and share Rev. Fuzz’s Meta postings and weekly journey with cancer.

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