Rest but don't quit. You have the power to inspire your child to imagine his or her dreams and instill hope, determination, strength, and boldness. Keep going; they are watching. Show the next generation they can be great. This applies to you even if you don't have kids. You may have nieces, nephews, little cousins, or a little next door neighbor. There may even be a kid down the street. You never know . . . And, let's be honest, sometimes you can be an inspiration to other adults around you. You never know who’s watching and how it's affecting them. Like Maya Angelou said, "People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel." Keep your fire going so you can spark someone else's. In honor of Black History Month, take a look at some of our important influences and contributors. Look at how their dreams became reality and how they inspired others to build upon those dreams or have dreams of their own. Take a virtual trip to a museum or learn a “did you know” fact. Like, did you know Black History Month is celebrated in October in some other countries? Play a fun game and make a cool snack; your kids will love it. And, just for fun, play them an old song like “ABC” by The Jackson 5. Show them our history. Inspire. Imagine. Instill.