Faith, Lifestyle

Sense of Humor

Happy Friday! Happy Memorial weekend! 3-day weekend Vaca for some of us! 🙌🏼 I don't particularly eat steak. It's a bit to tough for my tastebuds. But just keep this in mind the next time you order one. Jesus says it is written, found in scripture. Have a fun, laughable, enjoyable Memorial Weekend! 🦋 My… Continue reading Sense of Humor

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Creative Writing, Faith, Lifestyle

He is in charge

Prayer: God help me focus on your purpose for my life. I want to have a plan everyday to live out your will in my life. Help me to order my days, to fulfill my God-given purpose. Bless my steps, God. Help me see more of you in every aspect of today, tomorrow, and the… Continue reading He is in charge

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His image.

Stop what you’re doing and read this! Let her fire of faith, replenish you.and please, I encourage you to checkout her blog, God is embedded in her words and walks it out in her life. 🙏🏼 Thank you, my friend for this incredible message. .

Cristal Clear

As I look over the past year, I see myself on so many occasions dim myself down to make other people comfortable. It’s almost like I don’t want to be who God created me to be because I don’t want to offend or make anyone’s insecurities surface.

How is it that something as simple as hair can make someone envy you? Of course they don’t say they envy you, but, they make slick remarks about your ” big hair “. So, I go as far as putting my hair in a bun to avoid any remarks on my hair. I actually love my hair. I have curly hair and I hate flat hair . I love big puffy curls. I always have and I always will.

I’m puertorican , I love my curls and I love my hoop earrings , oh and I’m loud .

Sorry, not sorry.

Now, in…

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Loneliness

Got it! 😆 (inside joke). This is an incredible. I’m sure we can all relate. Love can overcome the darkness, if we allow it in. Don’t be afraid to love. Please take time to read and checkout this amazing writer.

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Today, I’d like to challenge you to produce a poem that meditates, from a position of tranquility, on an emotion you have felt powerfully.

Loneliness

We have been friends for quite sometimes

I don’t remember exactly

when you quietly slipped

your fingers through mine

but Loneliness, it took me

a long time to accept you

when memories hanging from

broken lampshades and upturned stools

threatened to unravel me

you came to my rescue

sitting by my bedside

as I feverishly trembled

at being abandoned

you helped to remove the

cobwebs of relationships,

wiped clean the slate of love

and helped build a fence around my heart

soothing me with soft murmured words

I realise now, with you in my embrace

I don’t need anyone.

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