Interracial relationships are nothing new.1 History has examples of them from which to examine. I do not intend to contest them as to their morality. I want to question the underpinnings of these unions. Are these relationships more challenging than others? The Challenges of Interracial ... Read more about Interracial Relationships
The greatest time in a person's life has to be the growing-up years. Adolescence is full of experiences which intern help to shape our lives in many ways. Where you grew up will forever be with you. The Valley Circa 1970's-80's Growing up in the San Fernando Valley was an awesome experience. In ... Read more about San Fernando Valley
The Philosophy on Morality Am I moral? Moral is the assertion that many good intended persons claim to be. But what does it mean to be moral? Does morality really exist? When we say that we are acting morally we are saying that we are being good and acting according to how society and ... Read more about On Moral Philosophy
I don’t know why I even care. I don’t celebrate Christmas. I am not a Christian nor religious or even spiritual. But something struck me about the absence of Christmas this year. Christmas a Forsaken Season? December 2016 It was a very strange thing to see. All of my life I can recall how ... Read more about What Happened to Christmas?
What if you lived your whole life only to realize that it was wrong. I woke up one day to realize that part of the life I was living was a lie. I began to understand that my greatest fear was not failure itself, but being successful at things that didn’t really matter in the first place. I was ... Read more about On The Rat Race
Black Men: White Women and Black Lust I can recall over the years as a child growing up, overhearing what white women found attractive about black men. My Mother had a colleague that dated black men and would often express what she found so compelling about thereof. She lived just across the street ... Read more about Black Men: Stereotypes or Truths?