September 26, 2010

Do You Think That Bishop Eddie Long is Being Treated Fair?

This morning I had the opportunity to fully read about the allegations on Bishop Eddie Long.  I am appalled of those who choose to name the four young men as liars and make statements about HIM being under attack. The truth is I'm not shocked by any of this. The only thing that shocked me about the whole ordeal is that it happened to be a black clergyman.  The reason why is because black families are very mute with certain issues such as "molestation".  Some of us believe that if we don't talk about it, it'll disappear.  Where as in a lot of white families when such things occur they address it, confront it, get counseling and move on.  At least, until they become a priest.  No pun intended.  Sadly, is that there are many black pastors out here who too are accused of the very same displeasing act Bishop Eddie Long is being accused of.  It almost feels as if his congregation worship the wrong being, (Bishop Eddie Long) when they should  worship  GOD.  We get so caught up in my pastor this, and my pastor that when at the same time losing focus on our  true being in the house of the Lord.  Let's not forget that not only is he a man of God.  But, he is a man.  The title in front of his name doesn't exempt him from doing foul unnatural things.  At this time, we should all be praying for peace and calmness after this storm for the victims/accusers, the Long family, and entire New Birth congregation.  Thanks so much for visiting and I welcome you to re-visit.  Peace.........................

September 18, 2010

Beware Homework Time Again

Some of you probably have asked themselves this question a million times, already.  Do white parents have as hard of a time doing homework with their children opposed to black parents. If so, what is it that black parents lack during homework time?  Hmm....I think it's patience.  That has to be it.  Your children come home from school excited and they talking your head off non-stop about what they learned and how they were rewarded with this for that and that for this.  Then, come homework time their asses sit there dumb as a doorknob.  Now, you just received a 200 for winning the spelling bee of 10 words. If you don't spell the word C-A-T right, I am going to make you wish that you were a cat.  Come on homework time is a nightmare for some of us.  I'll never forget being a little girl and my mother helping me with my math homework.  For the life of me I couldn't get the answer to 4+4.  Man, when I say I hate the number 8 it's an understatement of how much I despise it.  Now, I get to relive the same exact nightmare twice with my boys.  Well that's my thoughts on homework.  I positive a lot of you can relate.  Please share your dislike about homework with your little ones.  Thank you for visiting and may you be blessed abundantly.

September 12, 2010

Never Look Down On A Person Unless Your Extending Your Right Hand To Help Them Up

When the health care bill was first revised and approved many republicans were upset.  Of course, those of us that will from this were ecstatic.  But, out of all the cruel and negative things that were being said only one person's opinion struck a nerve.  This came directly from a white co-worker that I have to inner-act with on a daily basis.  Beings as though she isn't considered middle or upper-class, one would think that she too would've been happy.  Instead, she expressed the opposite and was truly pissed.  When I asked why wouldn't she want to see everyone with health care she voiced her opinion.  She had the audacity to say that she as a tax payer shouldn't have to pay for junkies and street bum's medical expenses.  I couldn't believe what I was hearing.  She felt that a bum or a drug addict didn't deserve medical treatment because of their now circumstances.  Sad to say that two weeks ago her mother became very ill and the hospital is suggesting for her to be placed in a nursing home.  The ironic part is that she's unable to pay for her mother's medication because it's very expensive.  I say that to say this.  NEVER look down on anyone unless you are reaching your hand out to help them up.  

Thank you for visiting my site and may you be blessed abundantly....Peace...

September 11, 2010

Obama's Needs A New Game Plan

Honestly, the Obama bashing is beyond being out of control. It seems that to a certain group of Americans, majority "white republicans" that no matter how good of job he is doing he still sucks as a president.  I mean come on this screams "RACISM" loud and clear.  These people haven't the slightest idea of how ignorant they sound.  They don't consider him as being a good president.  Who are they comparing him to?  I hope not George Bush.  If so, that clearly shows how much of an idiot they truly are.  What makes Bush a great president?  Wait let me answer that for you.  He was the first president with a known learning disability.  Or maybe, he was the first president to conquer the art of reading a children's storybook upside down during the very moment that innocent people were losing their lives.  This disgust me very much.  Then you have an idiot bigger than Bush.  We all know who that is.  Yes sir, Sarah Palin.  She has to be about the most ignorant racist in the world.  I'm sorry but a vice president whom thinks Africa is a country and not a continent is not a good look for not only a vice president but for smart women in general.  She thinks America is a city.  I took a few moments to post excerpts from many articles to show what type of people will be running our country if President Obama isn't  re-elected.  Then beneath the excerpts I posted what the President's next move should be.

The Republicans will make a case and a lot of independents will buy this argument. “Listen he just hasn’t been, look at the health care bill. It was his number one priority. It took him forever to get it through and he had to compromise it to death.” And a version of, “Listen he’s a nice person, he’s very articulate,” this is what’s been used against him, “but he couldn’t sell watermelons if it, you gave him the state troopers to flag down the traffic.” quoted by Dan Rather.

In the hood, this would have been an assured ass whooping.

During President Obama's major health care speech on Wednesday, South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson (R) yelled out "You lie!"  when the President said the legislation would not mandate coverage for undocumented immigrants.

The president's reaction was of a proud, tactful, black man.  He simply paused very briefly as if he was fighting to suppress the nigga in him from coming out.  Joe Wilson is a lucky man.  Because if the inner niggerism of President Obama came to surface that day it would have been an all out hood tongue lashing with an uppercut to  follow.  As a matter of fact, I am going to give you a taste of how this could have been.
President Obama looks over his shoulder at Vice President, Biden and gives him a look like "Did this mother fucker lose his mind?" 
Vice President, Biden returns the look that simply says "Yes he did"
 President Obama " You got one more motherfucking time to interrupt me when I am trying to give a speech and  I am going to beat your ass on live t.v. in front of this whole country.  Don't let this Brook Brothers suit fool you my man.

With all of this being said, I think that it is time for President Obama to put the degrees and the proud black man inside himself aside and bring out the "NIGGA"  Yes, he has earned that right.  I promise you that once he does that they will be off his back and a new found respect from Republicans will be born.  

As always I thank each and everyone of you that took the time out to visit my site and I look forward to seeing you here again.  Please, note that the funny contents of this post are just mere jokes.  By no means am I a racist .  May you be blessed, acknowledge your blessings and pass them on......Peace.......... 

September 8, 2010

Inner Beauty vs. Outer Beauty

Every time I see the movie Shallow Hal it reminds me of my son. Not that Malik is shallow.  But, the fact that he recognizes inner beauty at such a tender age.  The things that kids think and say in these days and times are absolutely priceless.

Yesterday was my 8yr old son, Malik's first day back to school.  He is now a 3rd grader.  As expected when I came home from work, I asked all about his day and the events that transpired.  Of course, like myself he is very talkative.  Therefore, he had a lot to share.  One of the things that Malik shared with me was about two "unique" people that he met his first day at recess.  I emphasize the word "unique" because these are his exact words.  When I asked Malik why did he call the two kids unique he said this "Mom, they were born deformed but they are unique".  That blew my mind hearing that from an eight year old.  He said it isn't nice to call them deformed so he thought that "unique" would describe them perfectly.  There is a little boy who is really tiny and a little girl whom back is hunched and her face is sort of twisted.  This touched my heart deeply.

Today, when I came home Malik told me about his day again.  Everything was good.  Thank God.  He told me that he had the chance to play with his now "beautiful" friend again.    I said Malik, "Day 2 and you're calling her beautiful already"  He then told me that a few of the other kids were calling her mean names.  Then he said "I  told her that she has a beautiful smile".  This experience in all was an eye opener for me.  It was a lesson taught by an eight year old that says your inner beauty outshines the outer beauty.  Get to know the character before critiquing the book.

Thank you guys so much for supporting my site and may you be blessed abundantly....Peace....

September 6, 2010

A Child's Laughter Is The Remedy Of A Broken Heart

There is nothing more genuine than a child's love when experiencing a broken heart.  Especially, when nothing seems to help soothe the pain.  I have had my share of that pain and pray not to ever experience it again.

I'll never forget when my children's father and I were on the outs and when I say that I was hurt, that is just a mere understatement.  I was devastated.  I thought that my world would crumble.  Of course, I knew that it wouldn't but, that's what my heart felt like.  I was crying my heart out.  I'm talking about a cry that one gets after their mother spank them and your words sound like you have the hiccups.  Yes, doll it was that bad.  Anyway, I'm crying, hiccuping and sliding down the wall at the same time.  I cry out to my son, Malik.  He was 4yrs old at the time.  "Malik mommy is so sad"  He walked over to me silently and looked me up and down.  You could see his little brain going 100 miles per minute.  He slid down the same wall and was laughing hysterically.  My guess is that he was thinking what an asshole my mother looks like.  The funny thing is my crying turned in to the most enjoyable laugh that I had in a long time.

Thank you guys for visiting my site and may you be blessed and share your blessings.  Peace......

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