Who Said? She Said!

(This one is in Italian) Come si vive in pace? 1) Vivo2) Lascio vivere3) Fatt cazz tua4) Me facc i cazz mia Who said? Donna Antoñia said.

Who Said? She Said! (Stankolada)

She said: “Pineapple and coconut are great together but not in the form of funk!” Who said? Yomi said. (In reference to a deodorant 🤣)

Who Said? She Said! (Art & Soul)

She said: “God is such a Painter. To remove art from schools is like removing soul from humanity.” Who said? Sophia Zarina Neghesti-Johnson said.

The Active Realization of Self

N.B. I have used the word realize ample times. I’ve done so with thought. 🙏🏽 When we lack self confidence, and we keep commenting, silently, jokingly, or otherwise, on how out of shape we look, and how we aren’t that beautiful… we are too this and not enough of that…when we are at this …..place,…

A Dive Within

Sitting down to meditate is a daily activity I strive and hope to achieve, but one that isn’t always possible. So in comes being in a meditative state. This does not mean walking around in a daze, but to live in the waking world while being purposefully conscious of our spiritual journey, and with the intention of…

“Listen…” Said the Heart, “The trees are talking”

Sometimes, when the breeze passes through the trees, I ask my children if they hear the wind and the leaves make music and if they see them dancing. Have you ever heard this music? Have you ever seen this dance? I hope you have. It’s quite beautiful. This past July I went to India for…

Nancy Sumari: Woman Extraordinaire

Women’s History Month is coming to an end, and we are continuing our Phenomenal Women Series with power! We will continue showcasing women even after March is over, because there is so much to celebrate, acknowledge, and be inspired by! For this post I interviewed none other than Nancy Sumari. I thank you, Mama Zuri, for…

For Women’s Month: Interviewing Miriam Odemba

Happy Women’s Month! It has been a while since I have written anything on here. There has been much creative outlet, just on other…paper, and on canvas! Yes…much on canvas. I am extremely happy to come to you with this snipet of the interview I had with Miss Miriam Odemba; Tanzanian international model and health…

Ready, Set, Action! Interviewing Seko Shamte

In a post I wrote a while back I mentioned being surrounded by some phenomenal women. One of these women is an old friend I was honestly kinda jealous of, back in sixth grade. She was cool, dynamic, and knew the lyrics to all the songs! (LOL) Our Cameroonese teacher would bring up a song…

Outcasts, Refugees, & Giving Thanks

I just came across this again. It must be time to post it. Some events are no longer current, but the point is still the same. On November 26, 2015, here in the USA there was a celebration. It is called Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is celebrated by many Americans as a day when the ‘Injuns and…