Archive | December, 2015

Satan Can No Longer Be Blamed.

31 Dec

The Devil Made Me Do It? I don’t think so! Worship God & give the devil No place!

My Spiritual Interpretations

Satan is not here on earth in physical form-not one physical form that is. Satan is not in an anti-christ baby or person right now alive on earth. Satan is inside people who allow “him” to be. Satan is inside the person who trolls the internet and gets joy out of bullying people. Satan is inside of a person who chooses to be greedy over sharing with others. Satan is inside of a person who is so angry that they have to lash out at others without thought-killing or injuring others. Satan is inside those who seek revenge instead of forgiveness. Satan is inside those who seek sexual gratification without love or care for the other person. Satan is inside those who delve into the excess of life in money, drink, gambling, and drugs, bringing more attachment to this earth.

It is the dark side of our human nature that…

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Pelaginist Christians and the Islam Connection.

30 Dec

Finding common ground. Come let us reason together.

My Spiritual Interpretations

I just finished watching the  Netflix movie, “King Arthur”. I watched with tears in my eyes for the showing of King Arthur as a righteous man who actually freed the serfs from torture and death under the hands of cruel Roman Catholic lords and leaders.

In 467 AD the movie takes place just about when Muhammad was said to be born a few years later.  What I found fascinating is that Arthur was a Catholic, but did not approve of the torture and murder of the pagan Brits coming from the Celtic regions, called “Woads”. He actually meets Guinevere by rescuing her from death under the hands of roman priests said to be doing the “work of God”. Of course, knowing what we know today we can look at this scene of torture with absolute disgust and see this is indeed not the work of God, but instead the work…

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Soulful Strut ~~ Foggy Fulton St

14 Dec

History of the Soulful Strut

My continued exercise goals have carried over year after year. Actually I began to get more serious about my health after having a minor stroke at age 49 which caused me to lose some of the vision in my left eye. For about 3 years I was dating a guy who did not believe in the bus or subway so we walked 30 city blocks from our workplace to his neighborhood. Believe me the city blocks in Manhattan (NYC) are longggg!! Needless to say he was in excellent shape but eventually he retired and returned to his country. Last year I turned 55 and came into a little money so I figured I’m gonna join a gym and hire a personal trainer. My trainer who must be around 40 and looks like those weight lifting guys said he could return my body to when I was 35. For a while things were rough and those exercises were tough but I hung in there until I popped my right knee. I was out of work for 2 weeks and had to have physical therapy for several months. Lucky for me I did not need surgery. My physical therapist told me to stay away from weight machines, StairMasters and the like. He explained that women in menopause like me have weaker joints and I also have arthritis. Last winter provided me with ample opportunities to shovel snow since we had snowstorms on a weekly basis. Finally Spring 2015, warm weather, no more snow or ice!! Hooray!! I can’t stand to stay inside the house on my days off so I instituted the Soulful Strut. It is a combination of fitness and photography. I walk all over and around my Brooklyn neighborhood each time trying to take a different route and photograph street scenes. I get in my walking exercise and enjoy a wonderful hobby at the same time. I have high blood pressure and am borderline diabetic but I do believe the walking exercise is helping my hypertension and is keeping me from getting Type Two Diabetes which runs on my mother’s side of the family. In Feb. I will turn 57, feeling fit and fine plus still getting looks from guys!! LOL!!

Roaming Urban Gypsy

3_Black Leaders Shirley Chisholm, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, President Barack Obama

Giving all Honor and Glory to God in this Advent Season!  Jesus is the Reason for the Season!

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Soulful Strut ~~ Foggy Fulton Street, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY

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Soulful Strut ~~ Bushwick, Brooklyn | Churches & Murals

14 Dec

Please join me on my Soulful Struts through Brooklyn and New York City in general. We’ll have a Grand Old Time!!

Roaming Urban Gypsy

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Soulful Strut ~~ Bushwick, Brooklyn | Churches & Murals

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Help! St. Monica’s Anglican JHS in Need

13 Dec

Please donate to help children in Ghana! Thank you!

Mum C writes

The St. Monica’s Anglican Junior High School is a school at Bonwire, the home of the famous kente cloth of Asantes. The school has 98 students  with two classrooms and one uncompleted classroom (a little above foundation level). It has no staff common room, no office for the headteacher and the most important things they need are desks for students. It is so bad that some of the students have to sit on the bare floor in order to sit for their exams. When amoafowaa.com visited, there were no chairs for teachers to sit on even during recess.image

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Since it is situated in a tourist site and serves many children from the small community, it is imperative to help them build this school to standard.

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Dancing Around the World—Celebration of Love, Compassion and Harmony

13 Dec

If you want to change the world, start with yourself…./….Dünyayı değiştirmek istiyorsan, ilk önce kendinden başla..!!!

12 Dec

Say Amen Somebody!! God’s Grace and Goodness. Many pathways one God!! Praise the Lord!!

YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ

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“People who really want to make a difference in the world usually do it, in one way or another. And I’ve noticed something about people who make a difference in the world: They hold the unshakable conviction that individuals are extremely important, that every life matters. They get excited over one smile. They are willing to feed one stomach, educate one mind, and treat one wound. They aren’t determined to revolutionize the world all at once; they’re satisfied with small changes. Over time, though, the small changes add up. Sometimes they even transform cities and nations, and yes, the world.”
― Beth Clark

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