Kevin Shi, Graduate Assistant
Asian American Mentor Program
These mornings, I wake up quite regularly to gentle rays of sunlight filtered through my window blinds and the rumbling growl of lawn mowers eagerly devouring grass. There’s just something about the sights and sounds of summer that put me in the right mood; it’s the almost as the universe is telling you to get ready to have a good time.
|Kevin Shi facilitating a session during AAMP Mentor Training|
As has been case with past summers, I often use the gentle breezes and pleasant temperature as a backdrop for self-reflection and to consider how what I’ve accomplished in the past year fits into the greater life story I’m currently authoring. Though my conclusions are not always insightful, I’ve found that an increasingly significant amount of my time has been dedicated to thinking about the generations before me and those to potentially come after.