How well do you know yourself? In this audio post I question whether knowing yourself is connected to trusting yourself.
The audio post is for grateful people who can’t say “Thank you” enough. It’s for do-gooders who won’t let “Thank you” be enough.
This post is an idea that I had about another nature of respect; an idea that eventually became my reality. I guess I got myself told.
A straight-talking word about self-love and self-hatred; unity and tribal community; it’s about at least two types of Negroes that descended from enslaved Africans in America–one that love being Black and one that hates everything that is Black.
The scarey, circular predicament that characterizes the tragedy of being human. Huh? We do things that don’t make sense but we can’t help it–we are only human. I get it, but it’s still tragic. [/audio
Have you ever thought that there may be another explanation to the “crabs in the barrel” phenomenon? Well, I did. Here’s mine.
I got a flash for others like myself who think you got yo shh-stuff together: “You just think you do.” Trust me, someone or something will come along and show you who you really are. Okay, ” who you really are ALSO.” I recall the story a Preacher once told about a newlywed couple who, […]
Lately, I’ve been thinking about what it means to be mature. I’ve been noticing the behavior of individuals over 30 and wondering if some of the things that these people are doing aren’t a bit juvenile, you know, immature. I began to wonder, “When do we grow up?” The more I thought about it the […]
Can’t you just hear Dr. King saying this? As I watched the over quarter-a- million Americans in the audience on August 28, 1963, I couldn’t help but wish that I was one of those 5-year-olds sitting on my daddy’s shoulders, not really knowing what was going on; but knowing that it was something special. Dr. King […]
Sticks and stones, like words, can hurt. Unlike sticks and stones, words can also heal: they have power. They possess this power because even without utterance words live; they breathe. But should you speak them, putting them into the air, the atmosphere, you will find that they change, changing you in the process. Let’s inhale […]