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May 4, 2018
Mack

Bullying – a social injustice

Unlike most people I’ve experienced both, I’ve been a bully and I have suffered from bullying, mainly social bullying. And I can tell you that it is taunting and traumatic. I won’t go as far as mentioning when and where because the purpose is not to call people out (that would basically make me a

May 2, 2018
Aphelele

That Awkward Moment…

This awkward moment starts with an awkwardly uncomfortable question, asked by a daughter, to be answered by non-expectant mother… It was a beautiful hot and sticky afternoon in the sunny Empangeni, a town near Richard’s Bay in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal. The clock had just hit 14:30pm on a weekday, and you know what that means right? HOME-TIME

April 30, 2018
BlackSacredSam

A Thirst for Embrace

I thirst for embrace. The embrace only self can give self. The vastness of my distant mountains silences me… I am still. Hushhhed… hushhhed… by the evening breeze cooling my fiery wound, that wound that unforgivingly ached and ached and ached. This gentle wind whispers songs to me: “Peace at last, peace at last!” my

April 26, 2018
Mack

Knock Knock, it’s Love

I know I high-key pretend I’m 100% anti men but I’m also low-key still trying to find my perfect match and write my own love story. I’ve been reading this book (basically, 10 pages left of it) titled “When God writes your love story” by Eric and Leslie Ludy and it has been an amazing

April 24, 2018
SipsMac

Things Not Said : The Angry Black Woman (conversations with a stranger)

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