Labor day was established to honor the social and economic achievements of the American workers. So many people have given their all to ensure that this country is better than the times of the past. Although we have a long way to go before the United States is at its best, we have made some… Continue reading Labor Day dedication
Love is a word that is thrown around so carelessly that we forget what the word really means. But like with all other words, the word 'love' remains meaningless until we put actions behind them. The action of love requires that we share pieces of ourselves with others in a way that we expect are… Continue reading Love
My sisters and I were able to give my father the gift of his ancestral beginnings this year. I gave him a DNA test, through http://www.africanancestry.com, that determined which African country his paternal DNA is from and solved the mystery of where a portion of my family was taken from during the slave trade. As… Continue reading This Christmas,
I recently reposted a post from my Facebook memories featuring a quote from John F. Kennedy. The quote: "Let us not seek the Republican answer, or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future." This quote… Continue reading Your Voice Matters
Love is... Saying you're sorry when you're wrong... awww, cute. I want to talk about what love is really is. Love is many things but above everything, it is one of the strongest emotions, that in my opinion encompasses all other emotions. Love is picking up the phone to call or text your significant other… Continue reading Love is…
I am currently in my hometown, visiting my parents. I'm also here to most likely say goodbye to an aunt. This is a very difficult visit because I am facing the mortality of all those I love, including my own. I really don't want to make this post about all my internal feeling about mortality,… Continue reading Cherish life.