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Moments of Mindfulness: And Nothing Less; Truth is of No Color

Moments of Mindfulness: And Nothing Less; Truth is of No Color

 “The 19th Amendment had first been introduced in Congress in 1871. But Congress’ unwillingness to pass it meant women could only vote in states that had passed woman’s suffrage laws. By 1919 that had come to include 27 states, but not New Hampshire. Granite state women would have to wait for the state of Tennessee to become the 36th state to pass the 19th Amendment before they could vote for President in 1920.”[1]And there is so much more to do! Join me in a fascinating, energizing, educational, and empowering discussion about how African American women participated in the battle to…
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Moments of Mindfulness: An audio meditation experience with Sherrell Moore-Tucker

Moments of Mindfulness: An audio meditation experience with Sherrell Moore-Tucker

During the pandemic, have you been feeling intimate with physical, mental, emotional uncertainty and unrest? It seems that everything that can be shaken is shaking, where noise, angry noise appears to be drowning out laughter and love. I found I have been grieving the loss of power over my thoughts, my movements, my expectations, my finances, my future, my everything. So, I created Moments of Mindfulness as an emotional and spiritual band-aide for the hurt we are collectively feeling. All of us at the table have permission to find the stillness that allows authenticity and vulnerability to rise above the noise. We are going…
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Moments of Mindfulness: Enduring Legacy or Staying Power in the Storm

Moments of Mindfulness: Enduring Legacy or Staying Power in the Storm

Having thoroughly enjoyed the musical Hamilton recently, I was impressed with Alexander Hamilton’s predictive insight into future seasons of national uncertainty. He specifically included corresponding requisite leadership skills. “In 1788, while advocating for the adoption of the Constitution, Alexander Hamilton famously wrote in the Federalist papers, No.70 that the structure of Government should enable the office of the president to have sufficient “energy” to meet the significant challenges of the day. (W)hat are the ingredients that constitute this energy?” Hamilton asks rhetorically, and he goes on to name four elements;” Unity, duration, adequate provision for its support, and competent powers.”…
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Moments of Mindfulness: Be Encouraged!

Moments of Mindfulness:  Be Encouraged!

I went to sleep one night and woke up to a different world. It’s been easy to maintain the ordered physical distance during my daily walks because my only companion is my reflection in the darkened windows of offices and shops. However, it’s been tough to watch the usually frisky neighborhood dogs walking their humans with gloomy, subdued steps. It’s like this mean old “invisible virus enemy” has stolen their spirits as it tries to take away our lives. But wait! This is a time where our memories can become useful weapons. Remember the fight of your life, the second…
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Moments of Mindfulness: We are isolated, but not alone.

Moments of Mindfulness: We are isolated, but not alone.

Today we fight not one, but two enemies. The invisible pandemic enemy and the enemy within. We are stuck between our no longer and our not yet. Stuck looks and feels like anxiety, depression, anger, and emotional isolation. Stuck makes it hard to know who and how to trust. And yet, we are not defeated. We have individual thoughts and words, the most powerful weapons of all. What if we used their positive energy to wage war on the enemy within, the one few are talking about, our mental well being? Someone said, “The virus attacks the lungs, but we…
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Were it not for those who care with Dr. Ethel Canty Bothuel

Were it not for those who care with Dr. Ethel Canty Bothuel

This month we have been exploring the diversity found in the space called legacy; more specifically the legacy of caring and loving. We themed it “Were it not for Those Who Care and Who Have Cared”. Ever stop to think about those people? You know the ones… who especially encouraged you to keep on going when you had decided to stop; who gave when you couldn’t ask, who dried the track of your tears… and who said, “Yes you can!” They planted seeds for you to harvest immediately or later in your life.  They have magical timing…some stay for a…
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Sowing Seeds of Service above Self with Tonia Oldham

Sowing Seeds of Service above Self with Tonia Oldham

I love it when I get together, courageous enough to look and walk beyond words. Giving each other permission to expose gifts of imperfection without judgment. Frankly Speaking is our time and space to help, heal, educate, and encourage each other into the best version of ourselves no matter where we are in our journey. Our spiritual doggie bag this week includes a note from LOVE also known as God and as offered by author Glennon Doyle Melton and I quote: “Stop holding your breath. Breathe. There is enough. I have created an abundance of acceptance, attention, recognition, joy, peace, money,…
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Sowing Seeds of Service above Self with Meesh Peters

Sowing Seeds of Service above Self with Meesh Peters

To establish a common thought space for our time together today, I turn once again to author and coach Iyanla Vanzant in her 2000 book, Until Today And I quote: “The greatest service I can offer is standing confidently in my power. It does not serve you or the world for you to behave as if you are powerless. You are gifts. You have the gift of intellect. You can think yourself into and out of any situation with you are confronted. You have the ability to speak for yourself. You can defend yourself! Promote yourself. Encourage yourself. Teach yourself!…
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Voices from the Future with Nyliek and Tiyanna Brooks

Voices from the Future with Nyliek and Tiyanna Brooks

This week we visit the land of Gen Z aka iGen, aka Centennials, aka Nexters… Generation Z is the youngest, most ethnically diverse, the largest generation in American history, comprising 27% of the US population. Current Population: 23 million and growing rapidly. Gen Z is described as a maker generation, a far more pragmatic and practical generation who must architect and build the future we are all trying to imagine living in. The world doesn’t need more foundational layers, it needs a generation to create. There is a belief that the best way to predict the future is to build it. And Gen Z has…
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Living in a space called dreams have hope with Chelsea Townsend

Living in a space called dreams have hope with Chelsea Townsend

If by chance no one has told you that they love you today. I would be honored to be the first to say, I love you today! I love you because you are and have been so willing to grow. And my how you have grown! You have grown from struggling to searching. From “trying to”  to “learning how to” . You’ve grown from fear to having faith, to demonstrating your courage. You have grown in many ways, consistently demonstrating your willingness and courage to take the next step —the step toward knowing more about yourself. That is exactly why…
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