Reactivated FaceBook

In my previous post, I discussed why I decided to deactivate my FaceBook account and what life was like after I did. Well, a couple of days ago, I decided to reactivate my account. I'm a blackberry lover and so with the new release of the 9900, I decided to give out my old phone and buy the 9900; which was exactly what I did. But doing that made me lose my blackberry messenger contacts and I had no where else to turn to than facebook.

I had to reactivate my account so has to inform my "friends" about the situation. But ever since going back on Facebook, I have to say that my whole view of the situation has changed. I now visit Facebook a couple of times a day, spending about 8minutes each time I visit. It's pointless wasting time just wondering about a website, doing nothing but getting "busy" with other peoples' lives. Don't get me wrong, I look at pictures, comments and stuff, but just sitting on there like there's nothing else worth my time is not necessary.


My Mother's Dreams

My Mother’s Dreams

So many times in life, we all have an interest in one thing or another and we think with a strong conviction that we know exactly where we will end up and what our lives would look like …. Boy! Are we ever wrong?

See my mother had a dream, that I will be strong, well   

educated, and successful and very much independent and her dreams are beginning to come through. My mother always thought me to be self-sufficient and to only depend on God, the author and finisher of our faith and she was right, because when it comes down to it, the decisions are yours, and yours alone to make.

So many times, our mothers’ try to stir us in a particular direction even when we have absolutely no interest in such things. It’s not because they hate us, it’s because they had a dream when they held us in theirs hands for the first time. Our mothers’ want the best for us, they want us to grow and become bigger and more successful than even they could have imagined! Are they always wrong? No, but they just might be going about it in the wrong ways.

True Relationship.

I was watching a reality show called "Big Brother Africa" and there was just a scenario that I could not get out of my head. Why would a guy lead a girl on to believe that he liked her when he actually did not? Imagine this guy saying "we were just friends". A girl lays on your cheat, plays with you, cuddles with you, kisses you, spends the better time of her day with you and at the end pf the day you say you didn't like her "like that" and you were just friends! I mean, common guys, who does that?

Listen, if you don't like a girl you need to tell her upfront what your true intentions are (if any) towards her and you don't let her get clsoe enough to be touching consistently. It makes absolutely no sense in just wasting a girl's time only to let her go when another girl catches your fancy. I'm mainly focused on girls cause we are the ones that tend to throw ourselves at men and it disgusts me when a see a woman, a true woman do that to herself.

Friends? Really?

Over my past few years on earth, I can proudly say that I've made my own share of friends, enemies and even "frenemies"! But one thing that I've come to realize is that to put complete trust in a "man"- {Woman or Man} is the greatest mistake a person can ever make. Even the bible says that the "....arms of flesh will fail you...." and the best thing to do is just to put your trust in God!

It gets me worked up a little bit when I see "friends" betray one another. Mind you, I have friends that I love dearly and I know they feel the same way about me but you'll never know a true friend until your friendship has been tested. I'm watching a reality show right now and to see the way people betray each other in each's absence is just disgusting!

My point in this article, if you've not gotten it by now is that it pays to stay through to your friends -  anyone you call your friend deserves you loyalty and respect, not because of them but because of you! When we stay through to the ones that love us and truly care for us we'll be at rest ourselves and you'll be able to say here are my hands as white as snow and I have nothing to hide. At one time or the other, we'll all have to trust someone other than God and hope that they come through for us, how would you feel if you were let down? So why should you let that person down?

Re: Be Inspired!

Hey Guys! Before you read this post I suggest you read the main article on "Be Inspired". This is a follow up article.

So, like I said the other day, I was hoping to get a call back from those that I auditioned with and infact, I did get a call back. The problem however is how to fund the program.

After I got the call back I told them to give me sometime to talk to my parents about it and that they could call me during the week. Well, I did tell my parents about it and surprisingly, they were very supportive and willing to pay for the program. That was on Sunday night/ Monday morning. A week as gone by and I'm yet to receive a phone call from the people involved in this program. This is a legit program with evidences to show for but once I did not hear from them, I just started re-thinking the whole thing. I Googled and read articles on those that have had similar experiences and at the end of the day, I decided to just let it be for some time.

I thought about it and also prayed and decided to just wait and see if they seek me out. If they do, then maybe it would be worth pursuing but as of right now, I don't think I'll be getting into the program.


Be Inspired!

For all my years as a dancer and a minster in the presence of God, I've never been to any auditions becasue I always felt intimidated by other dancers, I always think they are better than me so I might as well sit on my couch and watch the re-runs of "24". But that was not the case 2 weeks ago while I was on my way to work (late, as I always am) and listening to my favorite radio station K-Love. It was going to be another beautiful morning. This advert came on the radio for an upcoming audition for those that want to use their talents for Christ. I was intrigued, I had never heard of that kind of audition and since my summer was not the most fun filled and I felt the need to have total strangers watch me dance without having to patronize me, and tell me whether indeed I had something special or not. So, I decided to sign up for the audition.

All through the following days leading up to the day of the audition, I went back and forth in my head deciding whether to actually go or not. I woke up that morning still not sure what I wanted to do but as always I knew the best place to get my answer was in the word of God. So I studied my devotional and guess what the topic was? "whose voices are you listening to"?- The bible verse was Rom 12:1. The explaination might not have been on point but the topic alone was enough to get me out of my bed and straight into the shower.

DProdigal Child?

Wondering how I came about the name? I'm at a phase in my life where all I can just do is thank God for his grace and mercies because his compassion as never ceased in my life.

My Dance Ministration

My dance to Forever Jones - He wants it all

Hello World!

Welcome to an entertaining page that is about teaching you the best that you can be and teaching you the best that you can hope for.

In my "short" existence in this world, I have come to realize that without God, we are all nothing. We can say what we want and do what we want but when it comes down to it, there is a greater power that sees to our day to day activities and that power is God.

I will write about entertainment, dance, acting, music, the bible, messages from the bible, relationships, sex, fun, love, and everything that you can think of! I'll also write about my journey through law school, a great experience that I will cherish each day of my life. I love to share with people my thoughts, dreams and aspirations and I hope y'all will learn from my page.


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