A poetry reading of the title poem from my 2020 book, “When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow.”
This month, I am sharing summaries of some of the chapters within The Purpose In My Pain: A 28 Day Devotion Written by Women of Purpose. Today’s highlight is the Introduction and opening chapter by Dr. Tamika Hall.
This month, I’d like to introduce you to some authors, ministers, and business owners I have met over the past six months. They are part of a project we completed last month that I am excited to share with you. Let’s have fun this month getting to know some strong women!
An after I wrote based upon a poem from Amanda Baker.
Looking back can help you move forward when you use healthy outlets for reflection and growth. In this post, I share three outlets that helped me make several changes over the past decade.
Originally a blog post I wrote in 2016, “See Me” became my first spoken word poem and one of my favorite pieces from “When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow” my poetry and reflection book about not scripting life. It’s long and it’s a wild trip inside my life, but if you allow it to speak to you, my pain and healing can become your freedom too.
It’s time for you to shine bright. No more fearing all that you are. Time to rise up so you can help others!
This week, I’m diving into the lyrics from the song “Oceans” and what it means to step out to where my “faith is without borders”.
A poem that shares inner thoughts from a time when I was still in an abusive relationship. There much more to the equation when you are in it than “just leave”.
Shell Vera and Jeff Harmon of Brilliance Within Coaching discuss stepping into your purpose and making the transition from career to vocation. When you do what you love to do and are born to do, there is a new passion that arises from within. Learn how Jeff overcame adversity and triumphed by taking things day by day doing what he knew to do. His is an inspiring story because it doesn’t fit the usual “I knew I had this big mountain to climb” narration we are so used to hearing.