Tag: mindset

Join me on Patreon: The Bus Transfer
Mindset

Join me on Patreon: The Bus Transfer

I am so excited to announce the launching of my new Patreon page called, 'The Bus Transfer'. I aim to answer the call of my supporters for a space where they can work through their transition from Leftist politics and ideologies. Notice I did not insert any political party of group. This space is all about those waking up from the Radical Liberal agenda. It's for everyone, ALL races and it's an acknowledgement that it is time to fill the void that happens when one #walksaway from the agenda. It's not easy to do and this is why I want to provide my input and advice on how I have made it through this process. What is a Bus Transfer?"A transfer allows the rider of a public transportation vehicle who pays for a single-trip fare to continue the trip on another bus or train." - Wikiped...
A Firm Mindset to Reach Your Goals
Mindset

A Firm Mindset to Reach Your Goals

Here's a firm mindset message that will most probably be considered CONTROVERSIAL. If your goal is to be a happily married woman, stop identifying with happily single women or unhappy married women. If your goal is to lose weight and be a healthy fit goddess, stop identifying with happily obese women. I know a lot of folks won't like this message but this is the realness of change and progress. The mind is a powerful and wonderful gateway to success but it can also be a powerful trap. That which you identify with is what your brain and energy will create more of in your life. If you make excuses for yourself, you cannot cry about your results. When you commit to a goal there is no opt-out option. This is how you win.And I can honestly say, I needed this self pep-tal...
A Successful Family Can Come from You!
Wealthy Thinking

A Successful Family Can Come from You!

If you don't come from a successful family, a successful family can come from you! ~ Ed Mylett This is a wonderful time to be alive. Technology puts wealth at our fingertips and yet for some people, wealth is as intangible and far fetched as it was in the 1800s. Although it used to take families hundreds of years to accumulate substantial wealth, it always starts in the mind of one person. This is why the mind is the golden key or gateway to success. It is so precious that ideological wars are waged for control of it. If we align ourselves with the victim's state of mind, we have lost the battle, not only for ourselves, but most likely for generations to come. There is so much at stake here, particularly for those who have felt disadvantaged or have historically lacked access. ...
If We Could Plant Them Upon the Soil
History

If We Could Plant Them Upon the Soil

"During the time I was a student in Washington the city was crowed with colored peopled, many of whom had recently come from the South. A large proportion of these people had been drawn to Washington because they felt that they could lead a life of ease there. Others had secured minor government positions, and still another large class was there in the hope of securing Federal positions. A number of colored men - some of them very strong and brilliant - were in the House of Representatives at that time, and one, the Hon. B.K. Bruce, was in the Senate. All this tended to make Washington an attractive place for members of the colored race. Then, too, they knew that at all times they could have the protection of the law in the District of Columbia. The public schools in Washington for ...
Hiding Behind The Ancestors
Deculturization, Mindset, Race and Victimhood

Hiding Behind The Ancestors

By Candice Smith Adewole FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH OF MAGGIE WALKER AND STAFFS OF IO OF ST LUKE AND ST LUKE PENNY SAVINGS BANK . A few days ago I had a conversation with a woman on Facebook in regards a post that depicted George Floyd standing between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King. I found the post and picture to be absolutely absurd, because in no way was George Floyd a martyr. He did not deserve to die at the hands of police officers, who are sworn to serve and protect, but he is no American hero in my eyes and there are many others who feel the same way. What started off as a sarcastic, yet humorous comment about what happens when you give crayons to the wrong people led to a conversation that further opened my mind to just how deep the victimhood mentality runs, and just how muc...
Don’t Let the 20th Century Taint your 21st Century Reality
Values

Don’t Let the 20th Century Taint your 21st Century Reality

I've been almost to the point of feeling rather desperate to impart this imperative upon my younger children still at home. As I have watched 2020 shenanigans and listened to its corresponding rhetoric, I realize that this is a war for the minds of the nation. The generation most effected is the younger one. Their minds are still coming into form and emotional pleas against tyranny will certainly grab their attention. I have to say that in my opinion, there is a rather inelastic group think amongst a vast majority of lower and middle class Black Americans that promotes a race ideology that has not shifted with the times. In other words, the 19th and 20th century life of the average Black person is wholly different than the life of the average 21st century Black person. Technology, co...
Confused About What You Thought You Knew About Feminism?
Race and Victimhood

Confused About What You Thought You Knew About Feminism?

A lot of women unfollow me after I post about and against feminism. I have shared many video excerpts and posts about the 1970s era of the NOW movement and the onset of the 2nd wave of feminism which politicized 'the problem with being a woman'. I have detailed at length why I view the original intent of feminism as vastly different from the aims of much of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th waves of feminism as we know them today. While I won't go into the definitions of feminism here in this blog, I will discuss how the ideology is effecting people's mindset. I view the bait and switch use of the term 'feminism' as being very much like the same tactic used by Black Lives Matter; that originally protested against state-sponsored police brutality. Now, per their own 'About' page's manifesto, their...
Robert Smith on 21st Century Attainment of Wealth
Education, Values

Robert Smith on 21st Century Attainment of Wealth

"Because the great lesson of my life is that despite the challenges we face, America is truly an extraordinary country and our world is getting smaller by the day. And you are equipped with every tool to make it your own. Today for the first time in human history, success requires no prerequisite of wealth or capital or ownership of land or natural resources or people. Today, for the first time in human history, success requires no prerequisite of wealth or capital – no ownership of land, or natural resources, or people. Today, success can be created solely through the power of one’s mind, ideas, and courage. Intellectual capital can be cultivated, monetized, and instantaneously distributed across the globe.   Intellectual capital has become the new currency of business a...
When Opportunity Knocks
Spotlight

When Opportunity Knocks

By @lorens_thoughts"I'm grateful for so much. I don't have anything to complain about. 2020 is still turning out to be one of the best years yet. Can you feel it? Do you recognize opportunity when it knocks? - The opportunity to practice your faith- Opportunity to reclaim your time- Opportunity to be master of your time- Opportunity to reclaim your health- Opportunity to reclaim your children- Opportunity to strengthen your relationships- Opportunity to evaluate and reevaluate importance and order of importance- Opportunity to grow beyond yourself and your immediate desires/needs- Opportunity to learn appreciation for things you previously took for granted- Opportunity to FEEL- Opportunity to make new friends- Opportunity to learn and perfect new skills- Opportunity to LISTEN- Opport...
Don’t Confuse Generational Curses with Poor Generational Choices
Culture, Deculturization, Values

Don’t Confuse Generational Curses with Poor Generational Choices

The real curse is believing we are powerless to break these familial patternsArah Iloabugichukwu One day, these questions and comments will filter through to the very bottom of the 'culture' and the 'totem pole'. One day the tide will turn and most of us will begin to look to ourselves as the problem AND the solution. Below is an Excellent Article by Arah Iloabugichukwu In Exodus 34:7, we hear about the God of the Bible “visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children’s children, unto the third and to the fourth generation.” From this passage has derived the notion of generational curses; the concept of pathological dysfunction as spiritual punishment. Modern adaptations of this idea speak to the cyclical nature of unhealthy family pathologies, cit...