Love requires a recognition of God's truth to thrive and be genuine.
When you are alone, that's when you are forced to keep yourself company.
Everything needs a focus. I've been writing on Everything's Magnificent for a long time and just starting to get a idea of what I want it to become. Hence, the creation of the four core guiding philosophies of Everything's Magnificent or the Pillars of Light, as I like to call them. 1. Love "Dear friends,… Continue reading Everything’s Magnificent’s Core Philosophies
Everything's Magnificent 2.0
I am proud to say that I am an established Afro-Latina writer, Therapist, Dancer, Artist, professional and so much more. However, I am frustrated with the ignorance of those who attempt to box me in.I feel as though I am too Black for the Latinos and too Latino for the Black culture. I am tired… Continue reading Movement Monday!
Picking up an old hobby can be quite refreshing. In Chicago, I used to do Aerial Silk and Aerial Yoga. I have been looking for a place to continue this practice for two years. Today I reflected back on my first Aerial class and to where I arrived now. I admit I am very rusty,… Continue reading Movement Monday!
He said, “Your different and special in every way imaginable. I want you Christina, I want ALL of you not just bit and pieces like you give everyone else.” My stomach DROPPED...I sat in silence. In the past I struggled with allowing people to love me. He won't be faithful. I'm not good enough. Can I be enough for just ONE person? He spent all this time trying… Continue reading He Loves Me…He Loves Me Not Part 2
He told me, "So many reasons are there to love you. Your cute smile, your sweet laugh, your innocence and your kind heart makes me love you." The definition of love has changed dramatically over time. The expression of love has changed even greater. Stalking someone's social media site and double tapping several of their… Continue reading He Loves Me…He Loves Me Not
Where is the fine line between a woman dressing classy vs trashy? I remember having a heart to heart with my good friend Walter, as he tried to mentally prepare me for my move to Miami. He warned me that the Miami culture is totally different from Chicago. That I would be surrounded by people… Continue reading A Woman’s Worth
What dream would you dare to make a reality? This past week I have have been reflecting on mental barriers I have in my life. Limits I set on myself as an artist, a therapist, a writer, and a woman. Limits that originated as seeds of lies, doubts, and fears. I imagine each seed growing… Continue reading This is a God Dream