Have you ever wondered why you do certain things and not the others? Why you’re doing things in certain way? What motivates you? Motivation is the essence of any achievement. The way you motivate yourself determines whether you’ll fail or succeed.
Motivation is the drive or the impulse you feel before any action. Often, the real motivation is hidden in a subconscious part of your mind. So it’s your job to examine the motivation that stands behind your actions and to set it straight. Continue reading
When you’re feeling hope, you believe things that are beyond your control will happen in a way that will lead to fulfillment of your very important wishes.
Hope is the essential part of spirituality and true belief in God. I’ve decided to dedicate the entire blog category to hope, because I think hope is very important for the black community. I also believe that the majority of black people are hoping in a wrong way. Continue reading
Words are mighty. As the Holy Bible teaches:
“In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God.
– John 1:1”
What are constituents of the prayer? Words. But not just any kind of words. Words in the prayer are not the ordinary words we use in our day-to-day communication. These words are connected with other realms; the realms that we, as human beings, cannot comprehend, yet. Continue reading
Hint: it’ not who you think it is. Have you ever wondered why so many Black Women appear so mad and angry? Is this yet another stereotype imposed by society or are we really so angry?
In my opinion, what causes black women to be mad in most cases would make the average person psychotic. Continue reading
The time has come to reinvent the Strong Black Woman! It’s time that you become the truly Strong Black Woman.
If you start striving to become the truly Strong Black Woman, pretty soon you’ll discover the real strength in you. The magnitude of this strength may surprise you, because this strength comes directly from your spirit. This strength is only available when you completely acknowledge, accept, and love yourself; when you start living your true life, as God intended.
But before the reinvention, let’s see how the Strong Black Woman appeared in the fist place.