Category: ancestors

Nyja: Beautiful, Calm Flowing River

Nyja: Beautiful, Calm Flowing River Her name means, “Beautiful, Calm Flowing River”.  Her parents placed a spiritual conviction upon thee and named her well with deep thought placed behind it.  Her calm voice is all too familiar, god’s whisper steady like a stream.  The calmness of her voice and the stillness of her spirit leaves his

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To Understand & To Overstand

To Understand What Overstand Means Understand: To play on one’s person under-view. To be under something or someone. To have a low level point of view. To be underground or to stand underground. To stand under; to be below, to be demeaned. To Understand When a person is under anything it is difficult to get

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R.I.P. Ms. Sharon: Going Home

The world has lost a great person… I know this to be true because I know her son, Todd Tucker aka T-Tizzle. Ms. Sharon, Thank You for your years of service. I thank you even more for giving birth to your son who shines so bright; a image of your reflection.  Thank You Ms. Sharon

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Stand For Something

The Only Way To Get That Gorilla Off Your Back Is To Stand, Upright. When the light is turned on there’s no turning off that light. One may try to ignore that little voice inside but that light and that voice will only burn brighter and speak louder to you each and every time you attempt

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On This Day Of Shame

Day Of Shame On this day of shame, I’d like to remember all the people, all the entire cultures that are extinct; wiped out, removed from this earth just because they are different.  The gratitude and appreciation has been noted of those that have sacrificed their lives so that others could feast and be merry.

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Buffy, I Love You

I can’t breathe right now cause she’s gone, home. When you think you have time to reach out to a family member to tell them you love them. When you put it off saying to yourself “I’ll call tomorrow”. God sends his angels and you are left with regrets and a blank stare. A transition

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