It’s not in the stars

Many see them as a joke; some think there may be something in them, while others allow their lives to be completely dictated by them. There are some who believe that their personality and character types are determined by the time, day and month they were born. Some also hold to the belief that the … Read more It’s not in the stars

The Quotient-Quadrant

Many have heard about IQ and over recent years there has been a greater emphasis placed on EQ. However, as human beings, we have more to us, we have a full quotient-quadrant which also comprises of the SQ and PQ. In order to be “balanced”, we have to place equal importance and emphasis on the … Read more The Quotient-Quadrant

Single and constructively active

Keeping busy is one of the best ways to overcome boredom and for the young, keeping constructively busy, keeps them out of trouble. We obviously also need down (me) time, as we have to take time to look after all aspects of our holistic health and well-being. I have always made a conscious effort to … Read more Single and constructively active

Positive emotional expression.

I was scrolling down my Twitter home timeline recently and I saw a conversation between two women concerning broken men and relationships. It reminded me of the real world face-to-face conversations I’ve had with females, who’ve bemoaned the emotional and broken state of many single men. We all know that ‘brokenness’ is not a preserve … Read more Positive emotional expression.

I couldn’t

Taking a short break from the books, if you enjoyed ‘I decided’ I hope you enjoy this… I couldn’t, being born and raised in England, hate White people. I couldn’t, having a Black mother and wife, hate Black women. I couldn’t, loving my mother, wife and 3 daughters, be a misogynist. I couldn’t, share and … Read more I couldn’t

All Rise

CBS has a new show called ‘All Rise’, the description on their website reads as follows… “All Rise is a courthouse drama that follows the chaotic, hopeful, and sometimes absurd lives of its judges, prosecutors, and public defenders, as they work with bailiffs, clerks, and cops to get justice for the people of Los Angeles … Read more All Rise

The two sides of love

All too often we want to concentrate and focus on one side…It’s not all about fluffy clouds and candy floss. Whether it’s family, friendship or romantic Love, as we mature we realise that there are two sides of Love. #maturity #love #twosidesoflove #loveinbalance #keepingitreal #iarnr #TheChosenFew 0

Real friends and family – honesty and love

Some incorrectly believe that honesty equals being nasty or confrontational. Some believe they can only be honest (usually ugly and malicious) behind the security of their phones or computers. Some are intimidated by those who are honest, incorrectly believing them to be rude, unnecessary or too in-your-face. While truth and honesty appears to be bad … Read more Real friends and family – honesty and love

The one and only

Whatever your beliefs, whatever your views, however you think… A belief in God doesn’t exclude people, it encourages to include. People exercise their individual power of choice (mostly based on geographical, historical & cultural practices) to live their lives how they see fit. As a loving father, God loves all his children, however, just like … Read more The one and only

Worship where worship is due

The increasing level of ‘creation worship’, should be a real concern to most. They go to war, extinguish fires, rescue others, enforce the law, perform surgery, give to charity, play sports, sing, act, dance, lead and govern by birth (monarchy) or by election (political). Yes, some do extremely important jobs while others…not so important. Yes, … Read more Worship where worship is due

What the ‘Hell’ were we thinking?

There are so many many references concerning hell and many of them, that most believe(d), have their roots in religion and Greek philosophy. Religious and Philosophical Myths… * God sends bad people to hell. * All souls are eternal. * Hell was created for bad people. To name a few… I received my own personal … Read more What the ‘Hell’ were we thinking?