"Universal sisterhood is a possibility & if you're not a woman willing to help all women get there, you ought to stop telling your daughters they can be the president of the United States, stop encouraging them to join sororities, don't send them to women's colleges or have them join girl scouts or encourage them to consider male dominated fields."
"When we consider the design for our lives, I think it is important to note that the thoughts that live inside of our minds inform our reality, which help to shape our perception, which determines our altitude. If we're not willing to challenge and redirect those thoughts so that they are healthy, critical, warm, forgiving, calming and open (among other things), we run the risk of failing ourselves. We run the risk of being trapped in our metaphorical or literal living rooms. When that happens the classroom and boardroom--or whatever room you hope to one day enter or create--becomes smaller and smaller. And the detrimental thing about entering small, cramped, one-sided spaces, is that there is no room to go or grow."
Lately I have been struggling to write. Though it has always been the thing that sings to me. When I was younger, among other things, I wanted to be a singer, an actress, a poet, a writer, a teacher, and a doctor. Writing has been a constant in my life for as long as I … Continue reading Does it Sing to You? Finding Your Niche When You Feel You Have Nothing. . .
"Many people will walk down the aisle and before God, family and friends, say I do. And then, they don't." 365 Days of this Millennial Marriage . . . ♥
I write this excerpt on behalf of graduation season, realizing that high school graduates are anticipating their commencement ceremonies and perhaps are moving into post-secondary education. I once saw an argument on a social media thread about Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) needing to, pardon my language: “get their shit together”. Now, the individual … Continue reading Love Yourz!