Musings (and frustrations) on the Republican attack on women:

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The most common form of permanent brokenness I’ve seen in women has to do with pregnancy-related issues. From miscarriages (1-3 pregnancies end with miscarriage) to infertility, to abortions, to pregnancy complications both during and after, every woman that has experienced issues with pregnancy, and that is almost every adult woman […]

The power of a praying Mother; Mary and Jesus praying on the Cross.

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Mother Mary Jesus had a wonderful, praying mother in Mary. She obviously had proven herself pleasing in God’s eyes with her faith, devotion, and love. So much so, that she was given the ultimate mission, to give birth to the Divine. I have been enjoying learning more about Mary. Mariology, […]

Musings on The importance of Mary and Elizabeth’s lifelong friendship:

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The Bible focuses on the relationship between Mary and Elizabeth very briefly and gives us little specifics. However, we can infer that Mary went to Elizabeth after encountering the Angel Gabrielle and stayed with her for three months, and they were very close. I’ve been learning so much about the […]

My love for books did NOT come from school; my love of books came despite school!

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I have always loved books, and I was obsessed with fiction for most of my young life.  And not the “good fiction” people who are book obsessed usually name like Tolkien or Mark Twain, I was a “Sweet Valley High” and “Babysitter Club” kid for a long time.  Actually, my […]

Musings On My Conflicting Feelings Regarding National Juneteenth Celebrations

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All my life, being Black, specifically African American (ADOS), the reality of being enslaved in America and being mistreated after the Civil War, has been my centering narrative about America. It was/is a source of pride to be a “survivor.” That’s my family’s message about being an African-American, it means […]

JUNETEENTH: A BATTLE WIN, IN THE WAR FOR BLACK FREEDOM.

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Juneteenth is a celebration of a HUGE BATTLE WIN in the war for freedom for (ADOS) African Descendents of Slavery and/or African Americans. The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t free Black folks. June 19, 1867(?8) didn’t free all Black people. It was a MAJOR battle win in our war for freedom. It […]