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Reviewer Embraces Kitabu Roshi’s New Book

Reviewer Embraces Kitabu Roshi’s New Book

June 11, 2015 by · 0 

The Reverend Jake Manning of Norfolk, Virginia sipped on his cup of coffee and said to me. "You can not be succesful based on what you say about yourself or work. Success comes when someone else pushes you". As a life-long loner, I did not want to accept that but the late pastor was right. No matter what I achieved, few people noticed but I kept on reaching, kept on producing, virtually alone...... Read more

R.I.P. The Death and Revival of Kitabu Roshi…A  Present  from God

R.I.P. The Death and Revival of Kitabu Roshi…A Present from God

December 27, 2014 by · 0 

We cannot cause ourselves to be born, nor can we resurrect ourselves after death. Still, there is a power beyond us who can work a miracle as a matter of course. Most of my life I was drawn to the seasons of Thanksgiving and Christmas, to the rich aromas of home-cooked foods, and the promise of the circle of love provided by family and friends. There was no Thanksgiving for me this year, and almost... Read more

CHRIST MASS: Experience The Real Spirit of The Season

CHRIST MASS: Experience The Real Spirit of The Season

December 15, 2013 by · 0 

This is a season of multi-colored lights, of one horse sleighs, a time when rotund Santas listen as excited children recite the lists of what they want for Christmas. It is a magic time when snowmen like Frosty, come to life to our delight. The air is filled with music about coming come for this wondrous Holiday. Christmas is a time to rock the music, to go beyond being the giver to contemplate what... Read more

Nelson Mandela…”Dancing to No-Music.”

Nelson Mandela…”Dancing to No-Music.”

December 14, 2013 by · 0 

From the beginning to the end Nelson Mandela kept dancing. Now he dances along "Glory" road. Struggle...battles can be fought at many levels. Each level of struggle is important to the psyche of a "warrior." A warrior may not be the traditional combatant. He or she may engage the enemy in other meaningful ways. I grew up in an America in transition. It was in transition because the African-American... Read more

Give Thanks No Matter What

Give Thanks No Matter What

November 28, 2013 by · 0 

Giving thanks for this is easy ...but what if there were more to Thanksgiving. It is easy to give thanks when all is well. It is divine to give praise and thanks in the midst of struggle, a time when suffering is center-most in your life. There is power in praising The Lord and giving thanks when you are down. Christ offered prayers and thanks, and he was a "man of sorrows." Offering thanks boosts... Read more

Suffering Souls in the Phillipines: A Typhoon Strikes

Suffering Souls in the Phillipines: A Typhoon Strikes

November 12, 2013 by · 0 

There is not a single day that goes by that I do not come in contact with the Philippines. More accurately I have warm interaction with both Philippine-Americans and those vying for citizenship. As long as I can remember I have enjoyed a loving relationship with these my brothers and sisters. There was never anything forced. There was an effortless spiritual connection bringing about smiles and... Read more

Mercy For Paula Deen, and for ourselves/Deliverance?

Mercy For Paula Deen, and for ourselves/Deliverance?

July 2, 2013 by · 0 

 As recently as September 22, The Examiner reported that Paula Deen not only headlined a cooking show in Dallas but she was received with great enthusiasm by over a thousand fans, many of whom waited for autographs and took pictures with her. Paula was grateful and tearful at her reception. The event was The Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show, held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention... Read more

A  Warrior’s Child…God Son in The Motherland

A Warrior’s Child…God Son in The Motherland

June 6, 2013 by · 0 

For awhile now. Tai Chi Togo, in Togo, Africa, through the good graces of its master, Leopold Ankude have treated me with great respect and honor. There is an effort under way to bring me to the Motherland to share my teachings in that the most historic setting for those of African descent. Yet, even there practitioners drink deeply of the classical Asian teachings. My understanding has always... Read more

Gone but not forgotten

Gone but not forgotten

March 11, 2013 by · 0 

Snow bike Photo by Sabine Kleftogiannis The true colors of this German bicycle are lost in a heavy covering of snow. The snow is gone but it is far from forgotten. Its effect will linger for days to come. Even when the last whiteness is gone the wetness will remain. When the sun has dried up the final moisture there will be memories of the beauty of the snowfall. A few weeks ago, just before... Read more

Inauguration Day:We were on fire!

Inauguration Day:We were on fire!

January 22, 2013 by · 0 

The swearing in of President Obama (CBS photo) While the official swearing in of President Barrack Hussein Obama took place in private on January 20, in accordance with law, a very public celebration unfolded before a very exuberant crowd of thousands of America. No matter how you viewed him, waving at the people, giving his powerful and inspiring speech or simply walking with the First Lady... Read more

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