Nia means purpose, so on this the fifth day of Kwanzaa we should be reflecting on what our individual and collective purposes are, and what we can do to improve both ourselves and our community. This is also a good day to think about that project you’ve been working on. What is its purpose? Does it really need all of those features to be what people need it to be? Or maybe some of them can wait. Maybe you’ve gotten so into the details that it no longer does what it needs to. Take the day and reflect on the your purpose and how you affect the world through your work and your actions.
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