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“It Takes Courage For Healing and Forgiveness To Begin”
July 16, 2015
It’s no secret what we’ve all heard and learned about the actions of William Henry Cosby, Jr. He spent a lifetime building a legacy around being a stand-up comedian, an actor, author and activist. He brought strong and positive images of African American families, colleges and universities into our living rooms weekly and made us hold our heads up high. As he broke barriers, survived the death of his son and helped us to feel proud of who we are and where we’ve come from, for many of us it was a secret the demons of sexual immorality he wrestled with inside. Today his head is bowed. ... read more »
We Have To Put In Time To Get The Results We Want
July 13, 2015
Who remembers the day they looked in the mirror and the image staring back at them didn’t look like they imagined? A better question might be when did the clock begin to change and we lost time? ... read more »
Forum Aims to Build Trust Between Community & Police
June 11, 2015
Henry Lennix More than 300 people attended an ecumenical-sponsored forum to give input on ways to repair the fractured relationship between the African American community and law enforcement.   ... read more »
“The House My Grandfather Built”
June 11, 2015
I am truly grateful for the platform I am given where I can share information that touches me personally or could have an impact on those who read what I write. ... read more »
“What’s TED Talking About?”
June 4, 2015
What’s up with the conversations regarding TED and TEDx Talks?  For some reason we get excited when we hear something new around the subject of a TED Talk even though they’ve been around for close to three decades. ... read more »
“The Land of Israel is More Than Just a Place”
May 28, 2015
As promised, I want to share pieces about my experience from my wonderful excursion to Israel and the Holy Land.  According to Chabad.org for a Jew, ... read more »
“Love Comes With A Cost”
May 21, 2015
For those of you that follow me through my column and various social media outlets, you know I just returned from a heart touching and life changing pilgrimage to Israel and the Holy Land.  ... read more »
“Where Do We Go From Here”
May 14, 2015
My heart continues to be heavy with all of the pain from what is happening in the world today.  As I sit and ponder the situation with young Black men being hurt or murdered it troubles my soul.  ... read more »
“Mothers Are Weeping Everywhere”
May 7, 2015
As far back as one can remember mothers have wept for their children.  There is an old saying that parents should not bury their children and we believe it is not the natural order of things. ... read more »
The Amazing Grace of Wendy Raquel Robinson
April 30, 2015
Amazing Grace Conservatory to Perform Sisters Act too! May 16th & 17th         On any given Saturday you can find actress Wendy Raquel Robinson at the Amazing Grace Conservatory (AGC) surrounded by kids…lots of them… and she wouldn’t have it any other way.  ... read more »
“A Pilgrimage to Israel”
April 30, 2015
My life’s work centers around helping people and sharing how they can learn to forgive with the hope of experiencing a better and happier life.  In the quest to fulfill this calling, ... read more »
“April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month”
April 23, 2015
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and all of us have a responsibility to do our part to bring this problem to light.  We must put the issue on the table for what it is.  ... read more »
April 16, 2015
The mission of Forgiving For Living is to help women and girls believe in themselves no matter what life has thrown their way.  We believe it is important to build strong character and to build up one’s self-esteem to promote a positive and healthy lifestyle. ... read more »
“A Time of Deliverance, Hope & Forgiveness”
April 3, 2015
I truly love this time of year.  Everything seems to come alive!  The sun comes out, pastels are the color of the day, and we all seem to have a little more pep in our step.  ... read more »
Ms. Hattie We Hear You!
March 25, 2015
As we continue to honor women this month, I am fascinated by the life of actress Hattie McDaniel.  She was born around the turn of the century in 1895 and lived less than 60 years.  ... read more »

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