My personal schedule has been hellacious recently managing classes, personal health, and writing. I have about six posts that I’ve started and not finished that are things I just desire to express myself on. So, I pledge to continue to post as often as I can. The most relevant today is the protest, my good brother, Colin Kaepernick started in fall of 2016.
Yesterday I wrote about Religious Bystanders in Politics and racked my brain thinking of the different fields that need immediate change. Last week, a close friend asked me if I had the power to make anything I say come true without consequence, what would I do?
While it has not been confirmed, the internet is abuzz with the possibility of Beyoncé giving birth to her second and third child. Continuing with Women’s Week here at Everything’s Magnificent, why not highlight the Queen Bey?
My goal for this week is to dedicate this week to women and various topics along the spectrum. I touched on something from the Bible regarding womanhood, I spoke on the Wonder Woman movie and today I wanted to talk about allyship, feminism, and intersectionality.
A story as old as time. Commonly debated and fought over to the point of exhaustion. It’s amazing that faith has become the scapegoat for hatred and all the world’s woes when central to the message is love. It’s almost as if the world is designed to stomp out any form of hope. [reads newspaper] Oh… Continue reading “Coexistence with God”
Humans are very interesting creatures. For all of our claims that we have an innate urge to stand out, be valued and feel special, and by our quest to do just that, we seem to actually work against the claim of originality. Similar to the image that the “Hipsters” have worked so hard to create, being a counter-culture. They turned around and created a main culture where they all blend in by trying to be as outrageous as they can. You can see this trend in everything from Movies and Music to Art and Fashion. But what is interesting is that by striving so hard to be remembered, you tend to blend into the millions before you that were desperate to be remembered. But, why do we feel this way? Continue reading “Urge For The Supreme (Origin)”
All they needed was one opportunity to make major history. The Social Experiment, led by Donnie Trumpet didn’t exist without the help of a kid from Chicago that was kicked out of High School for #10Days. Yet, in a short amount of time it blossomed into something truly larger than any of the original parts. Continue reading “Chance and the Social Experiment (Surf’s Up) [Album Reflection]”
Anyway, now that we are completely and undoubtingly in the digital age where music is consumed in a fraction of the time it takes to read the menu at McDonald’s, the music industry is stuck trying to discover a model that works. Continue reading “This Rise of the Internet Critic”
Y.O.L.O. is by FAR one of the most annoying phrases of the 21st century next to swag being used in a Toyota Commercial.
I’ve been taking a good amount of time out to develop myself as a person to truly be able to write anything helping others out. So, starting both blogs at the same time. Lessons in Class and milesthemagnificent.wordpress.com. I am inspired and finally feel like I can get a lot of my thoughts out to you. Continue reading “What is Class?”