Category Archive: Personal Development

Jan 22

Open Thought: “Loneliness” by Dr. Mamie Smith

  Loneliness   Loneliness Written by Dr. Mamie Smith   There are many days we stand alone With only faith to keep us strong, Words are spoken that cut so deep And being misunderstood, makes us weep. A voice whispers, “It’s alright! The star of truth shines very bright, Darkness comes before the dawn Let …

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Jun 04

Open Thought to “The Handsome Face” of Muhammad Ali

  Muhammad Ali   I watched silently as the white, convertible Cadillac crept slowly down the street–the open top revealing the tanned, handsome young man seated in the back seat.  It was a street located in the heart of the Negro section of Louisville, Kentucky–a street lined with white businesses, manned by black employees.  I …

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May 26

Open Thought: A Detroit Prayer

  Detroit:  The Comeback City! There are glowing headlines about the “wonderful” things going on in the Big D! People  visiting from other cities are quick to express their glee in the revival of Detroit.  Yes . . . we are experiencing a renaissance, but the success is only in certain areas, mainly downtown, and …

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Apr 01

Open Thought: Linda Naomi Katz Shares Her Book “Surviving Mental ILLNESS”

SURVIVING MENTAL ILLNESS Listen!  Digest!  After hearing Linda, your view on mental illness will be changed forever! SURVIVING MENTAL ILLNESS BY LINDA KATZ HER STORY . . . IS IT YOURS? The world is constantly holding mental illness in front of us in a variety of forms: bipola disorders, depression, paranoia, schizophrenia and many more …

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Mar 19

Open Thought: Talks to the Author with Dr. Mamie Smith

IF YOU ARE AN AUTHOR,  let us market YOU and your BOOK! The EDUCATIONAL ARTS SOCIETY sponsors “Talk to the Author with Dr. Mamie Smith”, a radio show dedicated to authors who have GREAT stories to tell, but no platform to tell them.  Because you are not a celebrity, you are not asked to enter the world stage …

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