When we see the art of transition in its truest form – the rite of death – the spirit body grows in strength and power.
We will no longer live in an amorphous purgatory to make others comfortable for the fearsome power we possess.
He was the god of the Harlem Renaissance; a man of the beleaguered black experience who brought its struggles to the world’s attention through visceral prose. Langston Hughes is arguably the most prolific black poet of all time. His words, forty-eight years after his death, still eerily resonate with the African-American experience of the twenty-first…
Forgiveness is the star to be staid upon, for it is a continuum of joy for the journey of understanding that inevitably lies ahead.
When you live gratitude, you have all you need in the sacredness of the now energy. No more empty soul calories.