Tag Archives: people of color

3 Solutions to The Problem of Motherless Children

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One third of African American families are living impoverished lives, and many don’t show it. People of color are very good at hiding their imminent eviction or inability to find consistent work. No one wants to declare themselves poor. This is why saying one feels “whole and complete,” despite what’s in the bank account, is a revolutionary […]

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State of the World

Dear One Who Would Be Healthy, In this post-election environment, Newark, New Jersey, is the site of the State of The Black World Conference. I inquired as to whether  there would be a healing room or some attention paid to people’s mental health condition at the conference, but my email was not answered.     […]

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Blacks, Substance Abuse & Mental Health

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Address Mental Health Issues Before Addiction Takes Control Wash., D.C., October 2016.  A National Health Service Corps report puts us on notice that attitudes, socioeconomic status, stigmas, education, and culturally-educated practitioners can positively affect mental health and addiction in the Black community. The need is great. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services […]

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The Business of Self-Development

Is the HealMobile any more than an effort to help people grow healthier, embrace their light and step into their purpose, and earn money while doing it?   Actually, not much! My vision is joy in the hearts. The HealMobile serves people of color specifically and all people in the world generally. Joy is shorthand for creativity acting as […]

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Stopped by the Cops

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The tire was flat so we pulled over.  We had seen the police about a half mile back and knew they would join us. We were polite and so were they–I with my white hair and my friend with his locks. I called Triple A since my jack was not in the car with the […]

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What You Think or Feel

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I don’t care what you think. You shouldn’t care what I think. The reason is what you feel and do about your feelings, is much more important to me.   Of late, my feelings have made me think. I’m feeling like I should look more closely at these two ways of processing experiences and at my own […]

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Follow the Light

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It is practical to “follow the light” in your life; to emerge from darkness of any kind that makes you stop or feel unknowing. You will never know everything about moving forward. When you feel “in the dark” you are actually in a perfect place of possibility and potential. There is no light without dark. […]

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The HealMobile Team and I have been working on several videos recently, and in the coming months I hope to make more information available without cost to HealMobile.com visitors.           Viewing these videos will help you to get to know us and hopefully you will join us in this movement to add pure […]

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Grandmother Duty

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Out of the blue I received an urgent call from a father who found me on the Internet, and as a grandmother of an 8-year-old diagnosed ADHD grandson, I am now called into service. His son is also 8 and diagnosed with ADHD. According to TheBlackParent.com, “children with ADD/ADHD exhibit a slew of behaviors that can […]

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F R I E N D S

[grwebform url=”https://app.getresponse.com/view_webform_v2.js?u=4LCy&webforms_id=7709405″ css=”on” center=”off” center_margin=”200″/] YOUR FRIENDS — WHO ARE THEY? There is an important relationships between the friends we have and keep, and the slave/master syndrome afflicting the world and especially the U.S. today. The aim of the webinar above — it’s really a workshop — is to use our holistic armament to totally transform the old paradigm. […]

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