Love is NOT a weakness, got it?
Terrell Washington Anansi
We heal our wounds so we don’t pass them on to the next generation. By openly shining light into a dark place, we can also lead the way for others, and help them not feel so alone.
Proving who and what we are is the modern task of America.
Unspoken rage kills…and this rage has a birthplace.
I feel I am more balanced in my sense of using my modern freedom of choice.
“I feel like I am living on death row and I feel like I will never come out of this alive.”
If you don’t speak your truth you will never know if what you had to say had any worth or meaning.
Don’t blame me I am only human, doing the best I can.
It is time to become awake and be present.
For too long we have stuck our heads in the sand and gotten emotionally and physically comfortable and privileged.
Praying and protesting are the same act, a plea for change, no?
We don’t need any more blues songs.
All three require a food to be fed; each has a muscle to be exercised and each requires a dedication to the process.
This is calling for the clarity of the state of our humanity, the focus of our intentions.
Terrell Washington Anansi believes in the sanctity of the First Amendment, but also believes that what we see happening in Charlottesville is a matter of abuse.
When I look back at my life, it makes me want to move forward because there is so much story to be told.