“Or do you not think so far ahead?” As a matter a fact I do and that’s what gets me into trouble. My mind goes so far into space that it gets trapped in unknown black holes. Often I find my thoughts drifting in zero gravity with no way of catching them. A mind so lost that the satellites from Earth lose reception and there I am more lost in the future than I am in the present. Yes, it’s good to think ahead and have some direction, but instead of continuing to to drive, stop and ask him for directions. Driving yourself crazy plotting scenarios of the future that you fail to enjoy the moments of the day in front of you. Sitting at those red lights are frustrating, but there’s no point in speeding if you don’t know where you’re going to begin with…might not end too well. So now I’m in the passenger’s seat, and I handed Him the keys. He has a destination in mind and knows the best route. It may not be the fastest way there, or the way you envisioned but sometimes the road less traveled makes all the difference.– I’ll just enjoy the scenery.
Kwani A. Lunis
Boston College Alumna with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a passion for sports journalism. She currently works at Comcast SportsNet New England as a Production Assistant. In December 2015 she completed a six-month apprenticeship at WBZ-TV, Boston’s CBS affiliate. This full-time experience at WBZ provided a rare opportunity to learn from reporters and producers in DMA #8 while also gaining valuable experience. While at Boston College she wrote for the Boston College SB Nation page, “BC Interruption.” Kwani was also a member of Boston College television’s sports show, The Talon, and the University’s sports radio station, WZBC 90.3. Managing the Boston College women’s basketball team for three years gave her a lot of experience with the behind the scenes of a Division I team while also earning her a varsity letter. In the fall of 2014, she worked at the New England Sports Network as a remote production intern for the Boston Bruins. During the summer of 2014, she interned at WEEI 93.7 sports radio Boston for the “Dennis and Callahan” morning show. Professional affiliations include the National Association of Black Journalists and the Boston College Varsity Club.