Any expression of aspiration not in line with the white man's expectation of a Negro life has not been tolerated. That idea or attitude has had to be stamped out, snuffed out or deported.
There are some people who will never reach the level that you set for or expected from them. You need to understand that and be merciful, since the same thing can apply to you.
Who knew becoming a citizen has such spiritual, legal, mental and cultural implications? V. Knowles shares how years of double consciousness of being from somewhere and living somewhere else drove him to make an ultimate decision.
Launched in April as a web broadcast due to social distancing rules during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Situation Lounge is a program made possible by Training for Greatness, a Miami-based company that centers on training and holistic development for entrepreneurs.
Since states began their social distancing mandates due to this spring’s COVID-19 outbreak, some businesses temporarily closed their doors and some– due to not being able to withstand financial overhead in the face of irregular revenue – have had to permanently close their doors. But, alas, there is another category of business that has earned the distinguished label — recession proof. These businesses have either 1) launched a product that capitalizes on social distancing and safeguarding or 2) re-strategized and pivoted to stay afloat during these times.
A successful future or life is determined by your reaction when things go south. Hit the reset button.
Today, Blacks are more inclined to have underlying health issues, caused by poverty and lack, scrape by without health insurance and rarely occupy jobs with "stay at home" capabilities. Why have we not returned to our first love - the God of creation!
The Coronavirus has changed the way we look at life. Whether we like it or not, whether we are ready or not, things will never be the same again. But, what is the new normal?
Amid quarantine and toilet paper shortage, online church and virtual school, here are 10 things that Mr. Coronavirus has taught me.
As the Coronavirus rages across the world leaving death and sorrow in its wake, His word commands us, "In everything give thanks."