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Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Well-Being

Imagine taking a vase and breaking it on the floor. Now gather as many pieces as you can and glue them back together…like a puzzle. You can make it look like a vase again. It no longer holds water. However, if you light a candle and place it inside, the light shines through the cracks. We are that broken vase. We can always put the pieces back together and let our lights shine.


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5 Reasons You Might Need to Burn Bridges

I’m simple but complex. To me, those things are not at odds with each other. The opposite of simple is “complicated”— not complex. Complication is horizontal. Complexity is vertical. When you’re life is complicated it has a lot of interconnected parts popping off in multiple directions. On the other hand, a complex life is having… Continue reading 5 Reasons You Might Need to Burn Bridges

My Experience with Jordan Raynor’s MASTER OF ONE

One of the ways we love our neighbors at ShineTYC Lifestyle is by sharing books, TV, movies, and products that have a positive affect on our lives. I read a lot of books and I review hundreds of products each year for various companies. However, I only share the ones I really love on ShineTYC.com… Continue reading My Experience with Jordan Raynor’s MASTER OF ONE

My “Magical Negro” Moment: Your One Black Friend Is Telling You the Truth….I Hope.

I’m a “magical negro” and this is my moment to tell you the truth. First, allow me to explain to you what a “Magical Negro” is. I didn’t make it up. In TV and film the Magical Negro is the Black character who helps the White protagonist overcome their challenges. It’s Uncle Remus, Oda Mae… Continue reading My “Magical Negro” Moment: Your One Black Friend Is Telling You the Truth….I Hope.

The Amy Cooper Apology: Stop Saying “I’m Sorry” and Repent

I first fell in love with words when I was seven years old. I still passionately love words today. To speak them, write them, or read them— centers me in the presence of God. Words are powerful. They can invoke pride, fear, comfort and chaos. That’s why when I saw the video of Amy Cooper… Continue reading The Amy Cooper Apology: Stop Saying “I’m Sorry” and Repent

We Have Rights

A deeper exploration of this content appears in the weekly devotional newsletter. While fraud within the Paycheck Protection Program was inevitable, many large profitable businesses legally qualified for federal funds based on the criteria, e.g., the LA Lakers. Since my family isn’t in financial hardship during COVID 19, my husband and I agreed that I would… Continue reading We Have Rights

Can’t Decide? Just Flip A Coin

I often write about decision-making because decisions are an inescapable part of life. For years I’ve told you about my “just flip a coin” philosophy. You’ve analyzed. You’ve agonized. You prayed. You still don’t know what to do. Flip a coin to decide. No, the coin itself is not anointed. Although, I’ll shamefully admit that… Continue reading Can’t Decide? Just Flip A Coin

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