So what next?

So what next? You get mad at Raven Simone, a female that possibly got raped or drugged when she was 5; when she says that “had the girl in the video just obeyed the rules, things would have went differently”. In the same instance, you don’t get mad at Michael Brown for mouthing off to the assigned authority and getting shot. Freedom of Speech right, so why is Freedom of Speech, a right for one but not the other. [Side note, stop making everything that involves two to three races about racism, he didn’t pick this girl out, he was called into that situation] Connection, you get mad at the officer that slammed a female because she disobeyed authority and thinks it wrong for a younger person to be choked slammed, but would have possibly been the first person in line if you had the opportunity to choke slam the white guy that killed the pastor and shot up the church. Again I ask, why is one greater than the other? Who do we get after for this behavior? Do we chastise the parents of Raven for signing the contract for her to work with Bill Cosby? Do we chastise Michael Brown’s parents for allowing him to act like a thug and think he’s above the law? Do we chastise the sheriff, commissioner, mayor and or the president for hiring a guy with angry issues or should they just be faulted for not stopping this the first time it happened with other students? Or do we blame the gamer maker, actors and society for showing that it’s fun to shoot and or kill people, that you get points for committing a crime? Or do we own up to the fact that had these people used common sense and did what was right ( and what is that now a day) none of this would have happened. Look at the root of the issue. Watch the seeds planted when we are born, and watch how we grow.


Isn’t it funny that we need conformation for what God has already told us, as if what God has already said needs a second opinion. How dare you? Look deep into your soul and remember what he has already done. Point one if you are reading this, you are alive. Glorify God just for that. You take time to search through your world, yes I said your world and just recap on what has already been done. I was listening to Tye Tribett when he made it plain. He gave the metaphor of being out of order. You know how you can be in front of a vending machine and see an out of order sign, well would you put money in the machine if it has that sign on it, NO! Well why do you expect God to put the resources in you if you are out of order. When I heard this I immediately wanted to shout! Each day we go through life thinking that our problems are so big that we can’t see in front of ourselves. Why? Do you know who God is, now think about the size of your problem and the size of your God.


You spend your night, ironing, cooking, cleaning, helping with homework, tucking the kids in and getting lunches ready for the next day. You finally get to rest and you take your shower and get in the bed. All the lights are off and you’re feeling great. Your brain turns on and you nearly leap out of bed. Hey you, forget something? Um yeah, your prayers! If you don’t get up and go say your prayers. How dare you? Yeah we have a lot going on as a single mom. Think of it this way none of it would be possible without God. So kneel down and give him some time. We serve a jealous God, always remember nothing and I mean nothing comes before him.

List 5 things

Ever wonder why you are where you are and not where you want to be. A little voice inside is asking, hey what happened to that degree we wanted or that life we wanted. Why haven’t you done anything about it. Stop what you are doing and make a list of 5 things you want to do in life. Things that will make you happy. Then work on them. I want to encourage someone to make a stand and do what makes you happy

Finding a Job

             Why is finding a job so hard? I mean you apply and apply and nothing. You spend 45 minutes to an hour on one application. Now you may ask how, but if you ever applied for a job, you will find at the end of the process; some have assessments. Then you get a reply notice stating they are reviewing your application. So you believe you have hope. Great for you, but you’re wrong! Just wait, in about 24 hours you will receive one more email stating there was someone more qualified than you and that the employer urges you to keep applying. Ever wonder, “Why won’t people hire me?”. Well that is a great question. Even if you have a degree, graduated at the top of your class and have experience, that doesn’t give you a foot in the door. The noticeable thing on the application is that different companies say they are part of Equal Employment Opportunity, but if you notice somewhere in the application process they ask your race, why is that? Why does it matter, if you are part of Equal Employment Opportunity? My advice is to apply for what you actually want to do and try not to allow people to dictate what you are qualified for.