I remember the bright yellow dress she wore that summer eve. It was like the color of fluorescent
love shining so bright that night. A special moment in time past, I shall never forget. The winds
blew softly as it whispered its tender cries of calm between us, while the breeze of freedom set
upon us to run free. That night we sat upon an old couch on the back porch…Continue
Added by Ron Britton on July 28, 2016 at 10:02pm — No Comments
As we celebrate our first official holiday of the year allow me to encourage all to be safe as we travel while enjoying the company of family, friends and our love ones. Let's do so in the spirit of peace, love and joy.
Memorials are days and or times set aside for remembering and reflecting. That said, let us remember who we are and whose we are. Let us also remember and pay tribute to our servicemen past and present who sacrificed so much for this country.
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Rugged leather boots splashed, then trudged, through the reed torn, murky waters of the Florida swamp. He trudged through the firefly scattered darkness with Commotion closing in behind him. The moonlight that was once carried on the undisturbed surface now revealed undulating troubles.…Continue
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Enoch,"we saw you there. The sister soldiers prohibited us from taking your picture. You look just like your book cover. Love your book. Its life-saving, timely, practical, original forward thinking, here, now and extremely well written"- Please buy Undercover Smart today".....Continue
Added by Enoch Mubarak on March 29, 2016 at 12:03pm — No Comments
How do people really come to care about another human being?
Is it a natural quality that we are born with?
Is it something we have to learn?
Many people in the world today simply choose not to care…
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Added by Dr. Willie B White on December 24, 2015 at 3:48pm — No Comments
Being the only black person working in an office environment can be challenging, and very intimidating; but does it have to be that way? I was in that situation for over 25 years , and while many things in the workplace have changed for the better; being the only black in the office still gives most of us a lot of anxiety. I know personally how tricky and scary it can be. Corporate America severely lacks in diversity, there are only 5 black CEO's at Americas 500 biggest…Continue
Added by Matt Drayton on December 14, 2015 at 6:28pm — No Comments
Who is Alexander Steele?
Alexander Steele is a fictitious, street savvy, African American detective who grew up on the rough streets of Philly. Forget everything you know about gritty, skirt cashing, chain-smoking, broke detectives of the past. Steele (as his friends call him) is a unique breed of detective. When Steele is in the danger zone he fly’s solo but behind the scenes he is often relies on the computer expertise from his best friend/hacker Stan. With…Continue
Added by Lawrence Johnson on December 12, 2015 at 11:26am — No Comments
We tend to be so consumed in our everyday routines of life that we forget our own self-value.
Days appear to be going by now at a faster pace than usual. It is as though we do not have enough hours in a day to accomplish all we desire. Because of this…Continue
Added by Linda D. Wattley on December 3, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
HALF MOON, FULL HEART
Their first time alone, really alone.—
“And they danced. Bathed in the soft glow of a half moon, they
danced. David Joe held Jessie Marie as close as he knew…Continue
Added by Gene Cartwright on November 16, 2015 at 1:15pm — No Comments
We are facing a world crisis that will continue to grow as long as we deny the power of love. The lack of love breeds a ground for war. Where there is war, we find desperation. Each soul is born to bear love. No love means no life. The world is a cancerous monster right now denying love. There is no way we can move forward and have hope for the future for our children if we do not face this epidemic.
What has happened to Paris is a reality check for mankind to seek a better way…Continue
Added by Linda D. Wattley on November 15, 2015 at 10:30pm — No Comments
When you wake up in the morning, you should be helping God wake you up because you have a strong desire to get on with your day. Purpose is the acceptance of being in the world but not of it. You trust God with your life, you listen to guidance. The world does not seem as noisy…Continue
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I wrote this book because it is necessary. It is necessary for the time and also to my state of mind in terms of where I came from, as well as where we are as a people. The more I meditated on the things contained within this book, the more sorrowful I became. Just like it is important to learn true knowledge of the Holy Bible, learning who you are as a people will let you know just how lost you are every…Continue
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When I look at my life today, I am thankful for having two wonderful sons who have grown up to be two spiritual and strong young men. I have to be honest and admit I find it quite amazing how God blessed our journey for the outcome brings me to tears.
Added by Linda D. Wattley on October 5, 2015 at 7:48am — No Comments