The Strength of Service!

Today, as we honor the service and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., people across the world gather together in an effort to build stronger communities and create change for the better. On January 16, 2012, I had the privilege of co-hosting our City Year Miami 4th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day Opening Ceremony. This ceremony took place at Northwestern Senior High School in Miami, FL. We were honored to have hundreds of volunteers come out and show support in ways that helped to showcase the strength of service through action, commitment, and community.

As I look back and reflect on the last 5 years of my journey, I have come to realize that we all have our own unique gifts and abilities. With great endeavor, our gifts and abilities empower us to contribute to society at large in ways we may have never deemed possible. When we make time to discover our unique gifts and abilities, we can then go out into the world in an effort to create change and make better happen.

Regardless of the capacity of impact we may feel we are currently making at this moment, our mere existence is an opportunity for the world to feel both our presence and our presents. As long as we are living, as long as we are giving – we will always have an opportunity to be winning!

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(Uh • Kway • Us) Aquaus Kelley is a forward-thinking Brand Strategist, Cultural Curator, and Educator. As the Founder of A Lovers Ambition Lifestyle Group, he specializes in identifying talent and creating opportunities for brand development, exposure, and growth. Aquaus has worked with companies and organizations such as Cornerstone Agency, City Year Miami, Universal Music Group, and W Hotels. He is extremely passionate about helping companies adapt to culture and building value between brands and their consumers centered around love. His ultimate mission is to use his influence to project positivity across the globe and invest in the collective future of society through the arts, education, entertainment, and leadership.

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