Monthly Archives: July 2013

EGL Review July 22, 2013

I’ve only got two entries for this post.  I took a week off to handle some issues on the home front.  Thankfully our new additions over at EGL are banging out great content and creating topics that foster conversation.  As … Continue reading

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Reconstruction

I’m unique but I am not a unicorn.  I suffer from the same doubts and insecurities other women do, in a sense. When a relationship concludes I like many other women wonder what was wrong with me that things didn’t … Continue reading

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Life According to Wikipedia

Dating is a form of courtship consisting of social activities done by two people with the aim of each assessing the other’s suitability as a partner in an intimate relationship or as a spouse. While the term has several meanings, it usually refers to the act of meeting and engaging … Continue reading

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We Don’t Negotiate With Terrorists —- We Simply Suffer

I wrote yesterday with the temperament that many of you have gotten used to over time.  I don’t get too high or too low usually.  I look at situations and evaluate them instead of with my heart but with my … Continue reading

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Rough Justice – The Conclusion

One of the more difficult things about being an African American is understanding that my life – my existence is different than any other entity in this land. My ancestors did not come here looking for freedom, they came in … Continue reading

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