Why we honor Dr King with service

Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day. We honor his legacy by being of service to one another. How will you honor his legacy today?

Should we change or transform?

Transformation is at the top of mind these days. What are you looking to transform? What must we do to make it happen? Watch the video. Leave a comment.

Why we have to know we will succeed.

I’ve had a few doubts creep in this year. However what I know for sure is that God has a purpose for us and we are here to succeed and give God the glory. Check out the video. Leave a comment.

This is 50 – Happy Birthday To Me!

10 things I’ve learned in 50 years.

  1. Health is wealth.
  2. Act on your inspiration immediately.
  3. Love is an action word.
  4. Trust your instincts
  5. Laugh a lot
  6. It’s ok to cry
  7. We all need to be healed of trauma.
  8. Surround yourself with good energy and ambitious people.
  9. Invest your money and your time wisely.
  10. God is real.

Thank you to all of you who have been part of my life during this journey. Each and every one of you have provided value to my life. You are loved and appreciated.

-Precise

We drink soup for Haitian Independence

Today we celebrate Haitian Independence. On January 1, 1804 enslaved Haitians rose up and liberated themselves from French colonial rule.

This bowl of soup is known as Soup Joumou. It is a squash based soup that was eaten exclusively by the slave owners and the elite. The Haitian people claimed this dish as their own once they freed themselves from slavery.

2021 was a tumultuous year for the Haitian people. It is often said that many of the issues that are at the forefront of Haiti’s existence have to do with the fact that Haiti was the first Black-led republic in the Western Hemisphere.

Today I drink this soup proud to know that my ancestors had the audacity to take action and free themselves from an unjust rule. I drink this soup knowing that God will not continue to allow Haiti to suffer. I drink this soup knowing that my ancestors have contributed to the freedom of Black people all over the world.

The diaspora owes a debt to the people of Haiti. Once this debt is paid we will see the world open up for all Black people.

L’Union Fait La Force

Translated

Our Unity Makes Us Strong

-Precise