The Quiet Afro: breaking the stereotype of changemakers People gave me dirty looks, others said I was beautiful, some questioned whether I would shake the ship because I’m obviously pro … Continue readingThe Quiet Afro: What we can all learn from sharing our stories
We all spend time talking about what we want. I want to be rich, I want to own a house, I want to buy a car but often we don’t … Continue readingHow the Purposeful Path Creates Discomfort
This piece is probably the best example of how a Gemini thinks and the ups and downs of wanting to be a humanitarian, a business woman, a poet and anything … Continue readingWhere does the mind go when you have nothing in it?
Dear Parents: I started this piece with the idea in mind that west Indian parents need to know what dynamic they are creating when they say certain things to their … Continue readingStatements Adults Say That fail Us
This piece came to me several months ago as I was discovering how amazing this world truly is. My mind raced for the words to do a short write-up of … Continue readingA Conversation between Man and Spirit.
“Sharing circles are an essential part of the oral tradition of Aboriginal communities. The Traditional Native Feather Wand or Talking Stick is used in these circles when meetings take place … Continue readingRecap: Sharing Circle
We find ourselves on the cusp of so many things that we know the answer to. We feel powerful knowing the answer but for some reason doubt creeps in and … Continue readingThe paralyzing power of indecision
The four letter word, similarly to love, impacts us multi-dimensionally. As I say the word lack, I get a heavy hit to my chest. I don’t know whether it’s this … Continue readingLack: where am I creating from?
If your imagination stretches further than what’s covered in the media, where do you put the ideas that are generated? A blog of course. From a young age I had big issues with writing, most words didn’t connect the feelings I felt or the thoughts I’d think….
I promise I’ll try to keep it short or at least sweet. … Continue readingHow I choose to expose my Self.