Accepting a transition begins a new journey.

Sometimes it takes awhile to move on from a loss. Have you ever accepted losing someone, but couldn’t move on without knowing what happened? I have. I loss a Sister who means so much to me in January 2016. After meeting Sister Ta-Neesha on Twitter, I always wanted to know more about her, but at first I

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Project Birthday Bags

I have literally beat every thing doctors said I couldn’t and I have lived longer than they said I would. I have been chronically ill since the age of 10, which means I’ve practically been sick most of my life. In 2012, I was diagnosed with Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). HLH is a rare autoimmune disorder

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Get Out: More than a movie. It’s our reality.

The first time I seen the trailer of Get Out, I knew this movie would have a “Wake Up” message to it. Especially with the vocal queue, “The mind is a terrible thing to waste”. The production cost under $5 million to produce with a projection of $20 million with it’s weekend debut. However, the film brought in

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Rosa Parks; She sat down that we might stand

The article below is from The Final Call News.   I thank God for the accessible wisdom we have in a world that’s so corrupt. It’s important for us to retell stories, despite how much we think we already know. Sometimes we forget. Sometimes we take the sacrifices of those who have come before us

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Pretty Woman

Look @ Me… What do you see? Just Beauty? If you don’t look lose close enough you miss everything I’ve cried, been kicked, and screamed I’ve lost and found love then lost it again Lost my family and even my closest friend I’ve time after time lost it all my mind and hope I’ve washed

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A Woman’s Hair Tells A Story

I often-time say, ‘hair is just hair’, but that’s false. A woman’s hair tells a story… and we have many stories to tell.  Taking a flashback into 2013 when I did the big chop: I was so happy walking out of that barbershop like I owned the ground I walk on. It’s 2017 now and within

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Muslimah Appropriation unCovered

“I want to cover my hair, but I don’t want to be disrespectful”. -Sister to Sister To all of my Sisters who share this concern, I want you to know that it’s not disrespectful if you decide to cover your hair. I titled this post (thanks to an accountability partner who actually gave me the

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was more than a dreamer.

I was taught that all Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) wanted was to integrate us as a people, but something in me told me there was more to our Brother that I did not know. Once I joined the Nation of Islam (NOI), I learned that he was more than a dreamer. MLK did have

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Dropped Seeds

Ta-Neesha and I met around the time of Saviours’ Day 2014. I was given her number by the Captain in Toronto, to see about making arrangements to go down together. We were both processing at that same time, but had not met, she was a few months before me. We were in touch by phone

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The One Who Transcended

I first met Ta-Neesha on Twitter. She gravitated towards me, it was almost as if I knew this girl all of my life. She sent me a direct message and we talked for a little while, then we exchanged numbers. She texted me immediately and the first thing she told me was about a vision

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