Heavy and Heavenly
We are so beautiful, aren’t we my sisters?
For those of us who intend to reduce, we’ve pulled together a short Ebook with the best nonfood, non-surgery, non-exercise information on how to do that.
Men are welcome to read this Ebook as well. Just give your name and email above — check the gender box too — and click the “Free Ebook? I’m in” button, and we’ll send you a copy.
Just read it and take on maybe three of these techniques, and you’re good to go.
- Breathe Properly
- Sleep Differently
- Essential Oils
- Aroma Freedom Technique
- Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping)
It must be said that women come in all sizes, and many of us fit a positive stereotype of being large and lovely.
There is really no difference in the beauty of the two women in the illustration. If you feel something when you look at these two –if you make judgments– please know you are experiencing conditioned, cultural bias, nothing more.
There is a stark contrast between Black women’s typical largeness and fashion’s typical thinness. This an old Roman ideal that has rightly been called anti-woman.
That’s why I’m glad for the Black women’s backlash against the skin-and-bones look.
Here are websites offering different perspectives on the self-esteem and health indicators of Blacks and of large and lovely women:
–Rev. Niamo Nancy Muid