This column is here to suggest that before you go out and spend all of your hard-earned cash for the Christmas holiday, you should consider doing some special holiday cleaning in your life.
D.C. officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony over the weekend for a new school in Ward 5 slated to open in August.
My sister texted me from Kinston, North Carolina, the other day. "How do you define D.C. without Marion Barry?" she wanted to know. I have been wondering the same thing.
When we are so busy we cannot hear His voice; we spin our wheels, going back and forth, not accomplishing much. We fail.
Thanksgiving needs a bit of a makeover; maybe we can go back to the good ol' days, when we celebrated the holiday for what it really meant, a day of thanks.
Let's talk about how so many of us are complacent, just watching the tide roll in and out, wasting time.
Thoughts are extremely powerful. You can think yourself into becoming whomever you wish, or you can think yourself into the failure you continue to keenly visualize in your mind's eye.
Black women aren't seen as victims because the courts are not empathetic to the fear black women have for their lives. They're seen as expendable, replaceable, easily forgotten.
I have my philosophy: One should understand the law of impermanence — that all things are unstable and have no essence that's unchanging.
Some of us get out of domestic violence successfully, while others, like a former co-worker of mine, simply snap.