One Day In the Haram | wow

One day in the haram gives us an incredibly intimate access inside one of the most sacred places on earth. Only Muslims can enter the holy city.

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The Genius Of Dmx

For those who are not attuned to rap, hip/hop the o.g.’s of the game then perhaps you’ve overlooked a great. His songs were meshed with prophetic genius of a hard childhood and mistrust of the adults around him. It’s this hard childhood that made him the warrior he became. A fighter, a hardcore ruff ryder. […]

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ShinRin Yoku – Forest Bathing – Follow Me On My Guided Walk

I’ve always been a nature lover. I have the great pleasure and luxury of living near some of the most lush trails. I walk them and bathe in them regularly. I’ve spent hours in the forest with my beloved Kashi who passed a few years ago. That was our thing. He loved the forest as […]

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Feelings: An Essay

I’m not certain what to make of it all. Life didn’t quite play out as I’d hoped. It’s different than I’d imagined. My mind held so many hopes and dreams, wishes I would surely see into being. And some of them very much manifesting before my eyes, but the ones that seemed easier to obtain […]

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The Strength Of Vulnerability – Men Who Cry

I don’t like talking politics here although there are occasional mentions of the political climate and divisiveness we have endured. An occasional op-ed is just my speed. For more checkout – my ode to the Reverend Raphael Taking Warnock and the promise it offers to us all. The divisions between us seem to have expanded […]

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The Reverend Takes Georgia

Reverend Warnock is blazing a trail of greatness. He has taken the state of Georgia with great stride. He has become the first black senator elect from Georgia. Not only that, but he’s inherited the legacy of Dr. King – he sits on the very pulpit as preacher of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, […]

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