Forgiveness is to stop feeling angry or resentful toward someone for an offense, flaw or mistake. Synonym: Excuse Greek root word: ex Greek root meaning: OUT and FROM Definition of “out”: moving or appearing to move away from a particular place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden. Definition of “from”: indicating the point in… Continue reading Exhale the bad
Lately, I’ve been tracking what I do with my time. I realized that when I am bored, I complain about boredom, but I never have things to do. Even though prior to “being bored” I express goals I wouldn’t mind accomplishing. However, when a month passes or three months, I look up and I realize… Continue reading What are your soldiers doing?
When I was younger, I was severely allergic to certain foods. For example, I couldn’t eat my own birthday cake or chocolate or ice cream; all which were childhood favorites of many. I was an only child, I had an last name that was African and I went under a handful of skin and dental… Continue reading “Set apart; not aside”
I dreamt we were at a banquet, the banquet hall was dimly lit, but small, subtle golden lights were located throughout the hall. I was at a round table; he was next to me. Across from us were two men, older in age. One had glasses, one didn’t; both had on suits. In the dream… Continue reading Where are they going? (7 spiritual signs)
Death is a noun with different meanings: Death is by definition: -Can be the personification of the power that destroys life -Is the destruction or permanent end of something. Dead is an adjective also with different meanings. Dead by definition is: -Having lost sensation; numb -No longer current, relevant, or important -Complete; absolute. Death and… Continue reading Choose Life
I saw myself. I looked older; more mature. I could tell by the outfit I had on, how I had my hair. I was watching myself in a hospital room with a little girl. The little girl was crying; laying down on a cold silver table kicking and screaming. She was so afraid. I was… Continue reading Inoculation (Prophetess Reflection)
#Series1: It’s Not Just a Brown Girl Problem/No need to compete- Recently, I’ve been on this journey of “Discovering My Femininity.” It all started when I read about a comment made by a celebrity. It was something about African American women and “our” lack of femininity. I fail to remember which celebrity it was, but… Continue reading Discovering My Femininity #Series 1