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Motivational Monday’s: Self-Mastery Is Our True Aim


Evil does not naturally dwell in the world, in events, or in people. Evil is a by-product of forgetfulness, laziness, or distraction: it arises when we lose sight of our true aim in life.

When we remember that our aim is moral and spiritual progress, we return to striving to be our best selves. This is how happiness is won.



*New Blaq America Alert* Author D.S. Epps

                                                 *NEW BLAQ AMERICA ALERT* Author D S Epps
D S. Epps was born in 1979 in Harlem (NY). She was raised in the South Bronx. She graduated from Metropolitan College of New York and received her Master’s Degree in Public Administration at the age of 25 and also blessed with the birth of her third child.  Since 2000, she has been dedicated to assisting others in need, over a decade of working as a Qualified Professional/ Case Manager working with severely mentally ill adults, behavioral health children and substance abuse population. She has dedicated countless hours developing and facilitating community events to benefit children and families. In 2015, she started EEL Movement Broken Silence supporting Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Victims and Survivors.  Her love and compassionate in teaching her children the importance of hard work, team work, respect, responsibility and accountability .

Flowin Emotions and Flowin Emotions ll is the expression of thoughts using pen and paper as an outlet to express life experiences.  The determination to use those reflections as stepping stones to heal and overcome past pains and struggles. The development of a young city girl evolves as her experiences discovers hidden fears and her silent tears is unleashed through poetry and inspiration.

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Motivational Monday’s: Call Things by Their Right Name

Call Things by Their Right Name


When we name things correctly, we comprehend them correctly, without adding information or judgments that aren’t there. Does someone wash themselves up quickly? don’t say he bathes poorly, but quickly. Name the situation as it is; don’t filter it through your judgments.

Does someone drink a lot of wine/liquor/beer? Don’t say she drinks a lot. Unless you possess a comprehensive understanding off her life, how do you know if she is a drunk?

Don’t risk being beguiled by appearance and constructing theories and interpretations based on distortions through misnaming. Give your assent only to what is actually true.