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"I was born March 23, 1850 in Kentucky, somewhere near Louisville. I am goin’ on 88 years right now. (1937). I was brought to Missouri when I was six months old, along with my mama, who was a slave...

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So many of uscan't lay our roots to any other ground other then the motherland.

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Two Steps to Living the Life of Your Dreams

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“How do you do it?” He asked.

I was at a party and this guy had just heard I was a stand-up comedian. Like a lot of people I meet he wanted to know how I’m able to make a living in a notoriously difficult field like stand-up comedy.
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To dream and never see the dream come alive is sad indeed.

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"I was born March 23, 1850 in Kentucky, somewhere near Louisville. I am goin’ on 88 years right now. (1937). I was brought to Missouri when I was six months old, along with my mama, who was a slave...

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Jahi McMath: Could her case change how California determines death? - San Jose Mercury News

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If Christopher Dolan gets his way, the Jahi McMath case may change how California determines when death occurs.
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Reclaiming African American music history -

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Missing from the history books of musical greats like Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven and Wolfgang Mozart are the names of men and women like Florence Price, William Grant Still and Margaret Bonds.

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The Spirituality of Writing

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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, January 18, 4:37 AM

That just may be the title of a new book I want to write! As many of you know I’ve been growing and changing and am becoming more aware of what motivates me to write and a recent conversation made me start to ponder the connection between spirituality and writing – or any work that we do.

Years ago I was talking to a writer about doing a writing workshop at our church together. “But I write fiction,” she said.

“So do I,” I replied. “Don’t you find the experience to be a spiritual one at times?”

She had to think for a second before nodding slowly. But I’m not sure she was completely convinced.

How do people define “spirituality” (vs “religion” – or perhaps for some it’s the same thing?) Do we see it as separate from our “regular” life? If so, why? If we have integrated it into our everyday experiences, does that include writing or other creative endeavors, as well as work, play, relationships? Should spirituality be separate from these things, practiced separately, and not brought into the creative process, workplace, or our relationships with colleagues, family and friends?

I have a lot of questions!

Hari G's comment, July 29, 8:50 AM
its reallly good