For Those Who Are Grieving

For Those Who Are Grieving the loss of a loved one: A. The pain never really stops, instead its intensity wanes with time. B. ”I was 2 when my mother died, I had to brace up and pull myself together…”, ”Crying will not solve anything” Do not let anyone dismiss your pain. C. ”Take heart”;…

Moral Fatigue

The terms and conditions that comes with being a good girl ┬áis stifling me. I need air. I took the reins of my life off expectations and definitions and steered it in a direction that makes me breathe more calmly. The fruit of that transition is: I no longer crave to be and do things…

Nuance

 There are some places you shouldn’t feel at home even though you have been told to. You are not accepted there, and your host will not say it. To come out plainly to say we don’t want you in our home is to breach social etiquette and to breach social etiquette is to let the…

What Meagan Good Taught Me About Christianity

Meagan Good will not make a poster image for Christianity in some circles. Why? The outward expression of her Christianity doesn’t fall within the balance of spirituality that a lot of Christians are accustomed to because to be Christian is to be a certain way and this being is reflective in how we look and…

Choices

I currently live in a regimented environment, and with environments of this nature comes rules and templates of ‘doing‘ and ‘being‘. There is an unvoiced and voiced modifying of behavior everyone in this environment has to undergo. Your behavior has to align to the code of conduct. I have broken the rules more times than…

Seasons

When you understand your season and you are at peace with it, what others think about the sacrifices you have to make in that season becomes irrelevant.