One of the attributes of self-empowerment is courage. The first records of the word courage come from the 1200s and show that it is derived from the Old French corage, from cuer, meaning “heart.”
When 26-year-old Cassidy Jacqueline Hutchinson testified at the public hearings of the U.S. House Select Committee on the January 6th Attack, she knew there was the potential of danger to herself and her family for doing so.
Cassidy Hutchinson did it anyway.
Ms. Hutchinson stood before the panel and told her truth, with clarity and focus, disregarding fear and instead embracing the power of right action. Doing what is right, with integrity and heart, emerges from self-empowerment and courage.
Ms. Hutchinson’s actions inspired courage in others to come forward, too, and share their information with the Committee.
May we be inspired to do what needs to be done in our own lives. May we take a stand--and may we do so knowing we have a community of New World Women like-hearted sisters by our side. Together, we are creating a new world for all. We are better together.
Thank you Cassidy Hutchinson for inspiring us to stand up and speak our truth.