Why Do Black Women Hate Black Women?
The Perfect Script
One of the most profound things that my wife and I were blessed to learn was by author Ra Un Nefer Amen. He indicated that we all have been conditioned to have a script of the ideal person and the ideal relationship. This script can include anything from physical characteristics to financial status and personality type. When we first fall in love and have those butterflies in our stomach and fire in our hearts, it’s probably due to us feeling like we found the man or woman of o
Chicago native CHI-ILL links up with Multi-Platinum producer Dame Grease for the lead single "Love" off the upcoming mixtape 1871 Hosted by Bigga Rankin.
One of the best aspects of the Internet is that there are so many authors speaking about so many varied and diverse topics. As I read politically or racially charged pieces I often see this quote from a commenter: "I don't see race". The writer usually says this like this is some badge of honor. "I don't see race so therefore I can't discriminate". Most people who write this are full of shit.
For those who truly "don't see race" however I say that they are missing out on the very thing that
Lord my heart has been so full of hurt
And pain. lord i'vebeen through the
Storms and the rain, through all the ups
And downs, this life can bring. so heal my
Broken heart and let me live again.. oh! I come
To you heavenly father ,cause you know
All about me, let me lean on your shoulder
let me get set free, oh! I know you
Understand the problems in my life,
so please heavenly father, heal my
Written by Chief Prosperity
Can we talk for just a moment?
Can we talk about what's inside?
Should i tell you that i love you ?
Should i say some times i get tired ?
Is it wrong to be disappointed about the times i've done you wrong ?
Will you still love me tomorrow , or have i really let you down?
Can you gaze upon my existence or have I vaporized into air?
Are our days really numbered , and if so will you meet me there ?
Can we talk for just a mom
Talia James is young and quite naive. The daughter of an alcoholic mother, Talia had to grow up fast and mother to her younger siblings and cousin.
Needless to say, Talia made some bad choices in life where love and men were concerned. After two broken relationships and two sons, she feels as though she has won the lottery when she meets Andre Peters, a very well-to-do sports agent. The fact that he's married takes a backseat to Talia's happiness.
Imagine her surprise when she calls his wife,