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Happy Lunar New Year!

Happy Lunar New Year! Today was a day of sharing community at our clinic at St. Michael's and during this special time of year as we embrace things anew, we wanted to talk a little bit more about the year of the dragon.

You may have heard about the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. However, you may not be aware of their significance in chronological order. According to a legend, the Jade Emperor, organized a race, and asked all of the animals to come and participate. With the ability to fly, the dragon was a sureshot at coming number one.

However, one by one the animals came to the finish line, and the dragon, to the emperor's surprise came in fifth. "Why the delay?" The Emperor asked. The dragon explained how there was a fire on the farmer's field that needed to be extinguished. Along the way the dragon saw that the rabbit was troubled and running behind. So the dragon blew the rabbit across from the river to the shore. It was more important to the dragon that no one gets left behind rather than win the race.

We resonate a lot with the dragon's philosophy. We believe that in order to truly be empowered as a collective whole, we must not leave anyone behind. In an increasingly digital world, we believe that everyone should have equal access to technology and the tools to be digitally literate. As we reflect on this occasion of community, togetherness, and prosperity let's each channel our inner dragons and use the skills we have to uplift those around us. That is how we truly win.

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