I love the idea of rediscovering hobbies, blogged by Candles Online! What hobbies have you had which you could rediscover? Where's my guitar...? Mo ..... Hobbies keep us cheerful and happy. Hobbies refresh us and help us to refocus on our major assignments. Hobbies have a positive effect on our mind and we stay composed … Continue reading On Rediscovering Hobbies!
I've been in Psychotherapy for a number of years and don't plan to quit anytime soon! I feel it gives me some of the best skills in handling life and the accompanying stress that comes along with it. In my several years I have learned much about dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) Once an area that … Continue reading DBT- could it help you too?
Owning Our Power Don't you see? We do not have to be so victimized by life, by people, by situations, by work, by our friends, by our love relationships, by our family, by our feelings, our thoughts, our circumstances, and ourselves. We are not victims. We do not have to be victims. That is the … Continue reading A victim no more!
After much hard work and discipline, my twice daily meditation practice has become deeply ingrained. I have learned this: The inspiration you seek is already within you. Be silent and listen. ~ Rumi Namaste! Mo
I really believe this.
Today my sketching focused on a study of Jamaican artist Karl Paboosingh and his 1972 piece Ras Smoke I. Hope you like it! MO
Good stuff. Speak out against ALL violence!
Michael Jordan (photo via cbssports.com)
article by Lori Lakin Hutcherson and Lesa Lakin
According to usatoday.com, former NBA great Michael Jordan has today not only spoken out against police violence towards people of color and the retaliatory violence that has ensued, but in an effort to help ease tensions, he has also put his money where his mouth is, donating $1 million each to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s newly-established Institute for Community-Police Relations.
In a statement shared via The Undefeated on Monday morning, Jordan said the following:
“As a proud American, a father who lost his own dad in a senseless act of violence, and a black man, I have been deeply troubled by the deaths of African-Americans at the hands of law enforcement and angered by the cowardly and hateful targeting and killing of police officers. I grieve with the…
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"Get in where you fit in." Where's that? Got a map? I am seen as "black" in America. I have chocolate skin and a doctorate-level degree. I am told I, "sound white," on the phone. Imagine the surprise when I show up! Actually, I am an adopted African American with the addition of Irish and Cherokee … Continue reading On being multi-racial in America
I like the viewpoint this writer takes- be lovely from the inside out! Thank you for such a great article, Tiffany! Mo Little Habits That Make You More Attractive (and I’m not talking about looks) We don’t say this out loud, but deep down inside we all want to be attractive. No, not with a … Continue reading Little habits that make you more attractive (and I’m not talking looks)