In Response To Folk Who Blame The Youth For Their Pain.


Watch your mouth.
An adult who relies on
Children to carry their weight for them.
Carry yourself.
You’ve had time to get to know
The children are being shaped by
Your pain, shame and regrets.
To place blame on the youth?
Recognize your place in
God’s world,
You, the preacher of God’s word.
The Judgement Day Decider
Who takes blind faith too literal.
You can’t even see love.
When the young give it to you,
You corrupt it and spit in their face.
There is no one to carry on your legacy.


TODAY: August 21, 2017

Day of the Solar Eclipse…

Six of Cups

Today, we reminisce on our joys and loves of the past. Thinking of yesterday, last month, last year, a past life… We reminisce on old beauty. This may bring you positive feelings, but bring that feeling to the present day. Our old times can take away from the beauty of the present moment, and the present moment is all that we can control! Don’t let your mind control you- we are in control of it. Today is the solar eclipse, celebrate change! Plan a beautiful time for yourself to celebrate, even if that means just an hour of silence to become more connected to I-self and your surroundings. A NEW JOURNEY OF SELF-DISCOVERY IS NOW. What you focus on, you will bring. Who you are, you will be.


I Am #Greatful For…

  1. Protection
  2. Acceptance
  3. Being The Living Embodiment Of My Orisha

“Oya is a Great Yoruban Orisha. She is the goddess of Storms and Winds, and Her realm ranges from
rainbows to thunder.  Her name means “She Who Tore” in Yoruba.  She can manifest as winds ranging from
the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone. Oya is known as a fierce Warrior goddess and a strong
Protectress of women, who call upon Her.  It is She who assists us with rapid inner and outer transformation.
Oya, is about absolute change (especially for the good) and is not a slow or very patient energy.  According to
Luisah Teish in the book, Jambalaya,

‘Oya-Yansa is the Queen of the Winds of change. She is feared by many people because She brings about
sudden structural change in people and things. Oya does not just rearrange the furniture in the house — She
knocks the building to the ground and blows away the floor tiles.'” –

In the Photo: Imani Onyia

Photo by: Buiscuit