Monthly Archives: July 2013

It’s So Nice to Be Back Again!

Happy Sunday Everyone! If you are reading this well I hope you are starting the week feeling blessed. I just want to thank you so much for continuing to stop by my blog and also for wishing me a happy … Continue reading

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Taking A Blogging Break Will Be Back Soon!

I am so sorry but I need to take a small break from blogging. I have no idea how long it will be but I hope to return soon. I will check in as often as I can. Take care … Continue reading

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A Change Has Come

I had a job one summer when I took care of this elderly woman named Elizabeth as a young girl. Her daughter Ms. Branson was an older woman and I remember how she used to complain about everything in her … Continue reading

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Heat Wave!

So I am sending a shout out to all New Yorkers and to the entire northeast regions to be and stay safe. With temperatures rising above 90 degrees all week this week, the meteorologists at the National Weather Service advises … Continue reading

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Reunited, Gopi and Her Birth Father on Saath Nibhaana Saathiya

Gopi (Devoleena Bhattacharjee) is not the orphan we all thought she was after all. Gopi and her long lost dad Jayanti Kapadia (Sanjeev Bhatt) were reunited on today’s episode. They both boo-hooded and I could not help but shed a … Continue reading

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Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary: The African American Experience

I watched a program with Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary being interviewed about her book “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome” and so without even reading the book I could get a better grip and understanding as to why what goes on in … Continue reading

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An open letter to whites about the black community and the Trayvon Martin case

Originally posted on The Molinist:
This morning, I woke up to this. Like many, many people within and without the black community, I followed this case intently and had (continue to have) definite opinions on them (the justice of those…

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Will Trayvon Martin be convicted?

Originally posted on politics from the eyes of an ebony mom:
The headline sounds ridiculous. Trayvon Martin is dead, but the George Zimmerman defense teams seems committed to putting Martin on trial. Martin might not have been a saint, but…

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What we Learned From The Trayvon Martin Incident

Originally posted on Convergence of Relevant Stuff:
Now, the issue is belief. Belief in the system, our criminal justice system. You all know what happened in Florida. Some are glad, some are sad. Some believe that justice was served. Others…

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Jodha Akbar: Love Story

~~~ There is a new Hindi serial on Zee TV named Jodha Akbar and it’s a different kind of serial. I feel like I am watching one of those historical Moses types of movies if I can describe how I … Continue reading

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