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   When I was I my twenties,  I took a course on Feng Shui. For those who are unfamiliar with Feng Shui, it is the Chinese geomancy. Feng Shui means “wind -water”. It is an ancient practice to use energy forces to harmonize an individual in their space, whether it be one’s home or office. I wanted to learn ways to apply it to my home and workspace. At the time, we needed all the help we can get to have positive Qi at the casa and at work.     Even though I have moved over ten times since then, I still apply the basic principles to our home today. I am not here to educate one on the...

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The Eyes Win.

Today’s thoughts are a reflection on love and come from a place of only love.   “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. MLK.        Martin Luther King took his last breath two years before I took my first inhalation. He too was born in Atlanta, Georgia. I loved knowing this great man grew up in the same city I did. I was proud to be born and raised in “The ATL”. Atlanta was a young city and full of possibilities. I almost felt like Atlanta and I grew up together.   I went to...

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Trusting The Process

Process - a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.      I have always been in awe of the children who knew EXACTLY what they were going to do as adults. I mean, not just careers, but where she wanted to live, what type of person she would become, who she would be with... I had none of this. My process was well, to be honest, I had no process. Perhaps this was because I was a lack of self esteem, no parental guidance, terrified of failing, or a perfect mix of all of the above. Regardless, I never knew where I was going, who I would be with,  and Lordy knows, I...

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Sunday Blues

  For many, Sunday is a day to reflect, connect, and rest. As a child, I loathed Sundays. I wasn’t allowed to play with friends. Not because my parents were religious, but because I would put off my homework and chores until the last day of the week. I knew no other way of managing my time. So, Sundays were the last chance to complete what i could have done earlier in the week.  I often times still do put things off until the last minute... for example, I wait until I absolutely have to go to the grocery store, folding laundry, writing this blog! Haha...but in my mind, the reason i put these things off until the last minute is, because...

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