Posts Tagged“Gratitude”

As 2014 comes to a close, I reflect on the many challenges and successes that came my way and I realize that the folks whom I call friends played a significant part in shaping my year. I want to say a resounding thank you to these wonderful individuals, particularly the ones in my inner caucus who lended their ears and shoulders when I needed it the most. Thank you for encouraging and supporting me when I was cloyed with self-doubt and wanted desperately to quit. When my psyche was broken and I wanted to run away from everything and succumb…

If you have ever found yourself on the unemployed end of the labor market, you know how important it is to have a top-notch resumé that conveys all your skills and experience. In essence, your resumé tells the potential employer how busy you’ve been, and the outcome of your busyness. The other day, I found myself comparing my spiritual resumé to Lucifer’s and for the first time really, it dawned on me as superbly succinct and impactful his is. Education: University of Hell Professional Experience: Over 6,000 years experience in successfully stealing, killing and destroying lives and property. References:  Read…

Good morning! Welcome to Café Hope on Mondays. I am so excited. Spring is finally upon us. Do you recall the story of Snow White and her jealous mother the Queen? The story has it that the Queen who was the most beautiful in the land, would stand in front of the mirror everyday and ask, “Mirror Mirror on the wall, who in this land is the fairest of all? And the mirror would answer, “You, my queen, are fairest of all.” The Queen had a daughter called Snow White and legend has it that she was a beautiful baby…