How well do you know yourself? In this audio post I question whether knowing yourself is connected to trusting yourself.
The audio post is for grateful people who can’t say “Thank you” enough. It’s for do-gooders who won’t let “Thank you” be enough.
Not the “N-word,” nigguh. We know that words have various meanings depending on the context. We also know that no two words mean exactly the same thing, even synonyms. But the jury is still out on this word. Here’s my take.
This post is an idea that I had about another nature of respect; an idea that eventually became my reality. I guess I got myself told.
A very personal post about a high school (no elementary to high school) classmate who transitioned to the other side a few months ago. He didn’t want to die, but I bet he’s changed his mind now. “Larry Jo” is my brother–you’ll see what I mean.
If you don’t believe that there is a God then this post is not for you. If you do believe in God then how did you come to that belief? If you want to believe in God then listen closely; if you don’t then skip this audio post.
Do we actually know what a “man” is? The massage below suggests that we may be missing the mark? Consider this…
A straight-talking word about self-love and self-hatred; unity and tribal community; it’s about at least two types of Negroes that descended from enslaved Africans in America–one that love being Black and one that hates everything that is Black.
The scarey, circular predicament that characterizes the tragedy of being human. Huh? We do things that don’t make sense but we can’t help it–we are only human. I get it, but it’s still tragic. [/audio
Man, you thought we were cowards before the invention of the text! What are we now that we can avoid speaking face-to-face altogether?