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?
New Year's Day: A Day for Reflection New Year's Day has come and gone. I stopped long ago making New Year's resolutions. I found that I was never good at making them a reality. I always failed at any resolution I set before me which often included my smoking habit. This fact does not ... Read more about New Year’s Reflections
Victimology How I look at this situation is pretty simple; it is a bare face lie and here is why. There have been many times I considered that my problems in life were not of my own doing and were attributable to an external force. This is to say that I was a victim of society and therefore ... Read more about Who Is To Blame?
Mis-Education of the Negro By Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson There were many key points that provoked deep thought. I have compiled six quotes from this book (though admittedly there could be many more) that particularly struck me the most: First - “They must be taught to think and develop something ... Read more about Book Review: The Mis-education of the Negro