Kicking It Up A Notch

Pressed. That’s exactly what I was when I first ordered my personal business cards for Pretty Dope Right. I spent almost 3 hours going through different formats and fonts trying to find the perfect one. I was like a kid in a candy store. And then there was the logo part which I still don’t have. To hell with it. […]

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Thank Me Later

So after last weeks post, I thought that I should follow up with another post about books. This post is much shorter and requires a lil bit of participation on your end. While they may not be my favs, there are a few good books that have changed my life for the better. See the list below: All About Love- Bell Hooks (love) The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho (life) Body Punishment- Maggie Lamond Simone (Anxiety, OCD) Oh the Places You’ll Go- Dr. Seuss (life) Chocolate Flava- Zane (sex, see last weeks post) There are plenty of others that will be added to the list in the near future. You should see my collection. I’ve been a bookworm since I was a kid. Reading is my escape up until I snap out of it and realize that an entire day has passed while I was reading. I just finished reading The Law of the Garbage Truck by David J Pollay. In his book, he discussed how we need to stop taking on the garbage of other people and how we need to stop dumping our garbage on other people. If you entertain it in any capacity, you give energy to it. This is energy that cannot be replaced. David suggested that we should simply “keep it moving” for lack of better terms. It made sense to me. This is a book that I’ll only suggest to folks that are serious about protecting their energy. Thank me later. […]

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Escape

Escape I can’t take it much longer I say as tears fall down my eyes Everyone sees my tears but don’t hear my silent cries Where can I escape to A place where I can have peace of mind Somewhere I know I won’t be found A place where I don’t suffer from harsh words and fierce blows A place no one would suspect  A place no one knows Peaceful silent without a sound Someone please help me escape the torment Feelings of abuse kept inside Thoughts of running away no longer can I hide And the one person whom I can trust Has an escape for all of us For us the ones who try to escape life, love, abuse, hate And has a plan for those who look and do not see The pain deep down inside of me I can’t take it much longer I say  As tears roll down my eyes They see the tears but do not hear the cries If I could have one wish I would wish to escape And live life like I’m supposed to live it Happy, joyful, comfortable bliss  Now you know how me and others feel And how everyday we love this terrifying nightmare Please believe us. Be aware 8/3/03 Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. I wrote this poem when I was 13. I’m 27 now. For 14 years I battled with and overcame suicidal thoughts, depression and […]

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