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"Personal Prisons" in Black America

My new weekly column entitled, “’Personal Prisons’ in Black America” can be read by clicking here.

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can perhaps read it better by using the Chrome browser rather than Safari. 16 more words


The Fedal Narrative

Roger’s ascension, as we know, is quite historical. He is the oldest man or woman to reach No.1 in the sport. He’s 36 years-old. Agassi, at 33, was the previous record holder. 484 more words


Facing Sickness

At some point in time all of us face sickness and even death. How we respond to it often reveals who we are and what kind of Christian we are. 824 more words


Why The Shape of Water is relatable

Alright readers, this post was meant for yesterday Friday Singapore time but this week hasn’t been good at all, what being sick from my body adjusting to the new mirtazapine I was prescribed after my former fluvoxamine crashed my quality of life by stringing me out to exhaustion via shouting in my sleep every time.. 520 more words


Tag Yourself: Grocery Stores

by Farah Sayed

Grocery stores are often a subject of controversy, as I often find myself arguing with friends over which grocery store is the “best.” Some value the quality of the products, whereas others are concerned about prices. 25 more words

Knitting is Not Just for Grannies

     by Emma Esteves 

     Ever since I was little, I always fell into a deep trance whenever I entered the craft store. After coming through the double sliding doors, I would be greeted with smells of cinnamon and fall. 674 more words