• 6 Lessons From 2017

    “12 new chapters. 365 new chances.” As we approach the new year, this is the time we all begin to reflect on the past year. We begin second-guessing the decisions we made this year. We begin comparing our journeys to someone else. We begin comparing our 2017 goals to our success. The reflection seems to

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  • new season

    “This season isn’t forever. It’s a point in your journey that will push you to grow and find the sunshine.” We believe that our seasons of uncertainty or struggle would last forever. So, we lose hope, faith, and confidence in ourselves. We reevaluate every choice we’ve made that brought us to this very point, trying

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  • A Season of Thankfulness

    Thankful for…. Mom, I can’t thank you enough for the lessons, love, and patient you have shown me. You have taught me unconditional love and gave a work ethic that I only hope to embody as I continue to grow. You have taught me that no matter what you grow up without you can change

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  • Am I truly ready for love?

    Artwork by artist Hieu—better known as Kelogsloops This time of night always keep me up. I am always wondering and thinking, thinking about tomorrow, next year, 5 years from now. The one thing that I always find myself thinking about last is…love. Love seem to consume my mind these days and I cannot stop thinking about it.

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  • bell hooks – all about love

    bell hooks, an activist, feminist, and author. Her writing has focused on the interconnectivity of race, class, and gender and their ability to produce and perpetuate systems of oppression and domination. I recently started All About Love by bell hooks. The book pushed me to understand that our model of love starts at childhood. Most

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  • Who Am I?

    “I am not my titles. I am who I am at the core.” At early age, we are taught that our identities are wrapped in titles and achievements: teacher, daughter, sister, activist, wife, mother, dad, brother, lawyer, Award Winning Author, etc. But when they are gone, who are you? It is sometimes often hard to

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