I cleaned my parent’s bathroom last week. I moved aside lipstick plagued toothbrushes planted against my mom’s hairbrush and my … Continue Reading In Search of Blessings
The way Mary found out about her middle son Wes going to jail was the worst possible way ever. She never really talked to Wes so she figured it was just 1 of his moments where he didn’t come around just … Continue Reading Did I Do My Job Right As A Parent?
Oprah says “When you hear this story its going to turn the way you think about free willing fate upside down.So which is it …..freedom or determinism?I think it is both freedom and determinism.In the story both Wes’s took different … Continue Reading Fate
“Hip Hop begun to play a special role in my life. It wasn’t just music and lyrics. It was a validator. In my struggle to reconcile my two worlds, it was an essential asset. By the late 1980s, hip –hop … Continue Reading Hip Hop and Today’s Youth
Puma Henderson Jr. 2.22.2011 MONEY, MONEY, MONEY It can buy you things and places. You can even throw it in people’s faces. You can also buy you a thousand vases. But when it’s all gone your done. You’ll be … Continue Reading Money, Money, Money…
I think that children should carry a burden. As long as its not a large burden. Example taking out the trash isn’t too big. What’s big is having to support family, trying to get a job or career and trying … Continue Reading Levels of burdens
In the book (the other) Wes came to a situation where he had decided to sell this man “rocks”. Wes said he had a feeling that the man was a cop just by what he said and by what he … Continue Reading Money Hungry
In his book, The Other Wes Moore, the author observes, ” “There’s a term in the hood..an ice grille. A look of blank hostility that masks two intense feelings-the fire evoked by grille (which is also slang for face), and … Continue Reading Spark a Soul… Beginnings
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