Christ loves me, and I love Him. That is why, for me, staying strong and loyal to my Lord is my only option. No matter whatever weaknesses I may have or whatever troubles, persecutions, mistreatments, or sorrows that may come my way, I can rest assured that Christ, my spiritual Husband, won’t ever betray me or forsake me.
This second anniversary of Ade’s death is very significant. Thanks to Father God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit, I have done something, which on May 2, 2017, I didn’t think it would have ever been possible. I have survived two whole years without my oldest son, who was and still is someone as enormously important to me as life itself.
On April 30th, I will forever be reminded that this day in 2017 was the last time
Ade enjoyed his birthday in the land of the living. Additionally, I will forever be
reminded that the one flower I would love to see in full bloom in May—my son,
Ade—was instead plucked from the garden of life on May 2nd.
Profound truth that is hard-hitting to most people, believers in Christ included, often isn’t readily accepted; that is because insightful, uncomfortable truths expose who people are—hypocrites. It’s amazing how that exposure can be achieved in just three lines.
Fantasists are dreamers who create fantasies. Divorced individuals often fantasize about their marriages. Some divorced people who are poets often write about their fantasies in their poetry. They write about fantasies that can be realistic, unrealistic, or doubtful possibilities.
The Black is Beautiful movement is about more than symbols of power and beauty—about more than African-Americans’ diverse complexions, facial features, hairstyles, and cultural consciousness in a multi-cultural society. Black is Beautiful, as a concept, is about how being beautiful is natural to African-Americans’ souls.
Sometimes moodiness is normal behavior. For sure, not all mood swings mean someone has bipolar disorder. If there is always something going on that can account for a person’s shifting mood, then it is likely that he or she doesn’t have bipolar.
There is more than one way to say LOVE. The Greeks had at least eight different ways to say love, and those eight words are as follows: Agápe, Éros, Ludus, Mania, Philautia, Philía, Pragma, and Storgē.
In America, February is Black History Month—an annual celebration of African-Americans’ achievements. This month also is a time for recognizing the crucial role Blacks played, and continue to play, in U.S. history.
One of the most commonly named grounds people use when filing for a divorce is irreconcilable differences. The term irreconcilable differences generally means that the married couple can’t or won’t restore their marital relationship—that their differences make them powerless or unwilling to reconcile.