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Offering a Thought to Contemplate

“Reclaiming the Soul”

We can, at any time, call our own soul back to a waking state from the dreamland it has been wandering around in. 44 more words


DJ Cuppy wants to inspire young women

By Stephen Kalimba originally posted on NewTimes

DJ Cuppy recently played in Kigali during her eight-country DJ Cuppy Takes Africa tour. She says that her gigs are never about “keeping people on the dance floor”, but to create an impact. 328 more words


Daily Affirmations

I am worthy.

I am valuable.

My life has a purpose.

I am loving, kind, and supportive.

I have people that love me and support me. 89 more words


The Power Is In You: Are You Going To Use It?


Forgiveness is a word that is tossed around, mulled over, ignored, and sometimes buried under fear.

It can be hard to forgive.  It can be hard to forget.   346 more words


Can I Blame PMS?

When I was in high school, my friend would always jokingly say, “I can’t tell whether it’s PMS or if I’m just a “bitch.”‘ We’d all laugh and push aside the thought, but as the years go by, I tend to wonder myself. 265 more words


Veteran Vision Project is Coming to ASU

We are inching closer to Devin Mitchell’s visit to Arizona.  He will photograph Arizona State University staff, faculty, and students to celebrate their statuses as veterans,  photos that will later be shared publicly as part of our Salute to Service events. 469 more words

All Sorts Of Fun

The Q'ewar Project

The Q’ewar poject is a social and economic initiative working with the indigenous women living in the Quechua Community of Q’ewar in Southern Peru.  The women of the Q’ewar Project live in extreme poverty, and for most, this is the first chance they have had to learn skills to earn money in a humane and respectful working environment.   1,672 more words