You have to be fully vested in what it is you want to actualize. It's a muscle you have to strengthen, and the moment you step out the door, the moment you interact with anyone besides your self, your beliefs will be challenged by those who mask their own weaknesses, by those who are jealous and those who do not want to be reminded of their failures by being an audience for your success. This is MOST people and the Majority of them are women. You can let timing hold you back, mercury in retrograde,the new moon, the day of the week or your astrological sign be the excuse to sit down and do nothing (As if you need another excuse not to try). Your goal and your commitment to it transcends circumstance and timing. Your convictions dictate your results and change your circumstances regardless of when you are born. It is better work and wait for your day to hit than pause or stop and do nothing which puts you out of the vibration of entitlement. Work and prayer go together. One without the other will not give you the best results possible.If you're gonna wait, I suggest you work while you wait. The magic will always be in the doing... "Your Life Coach " ~ Salkis Re Fine Art by Salkis Re www.iloveherart.com #artist#writer#poet#lifecoach#mentor#author#naturalhair#abstractartists#africanart#africanamericanart#abstractart#manifestation#lawofattraction#sorcery#magic#conjuring
When I look at the state of things today and I look back at our history Im quite sad and troubled that so many black and brown people have had to argue and fight for their simple right to live and to be treated as human beings. Many of us live without ever having the freedom to fully express ourselves without being seen as loud, or ghetto, or unworthy of respect. I often think about the things leaders like Dr. King and his wife Coretta would've created if they had the luxury to just exist but this is the hand society has dealt us and I must say that days like this one make my heart swell with pride knowing that the same strength and resilience that flowed through Dr. Kings veins, flows through mine. That feeling is something that I cannot put into words. #HappyMLKDay from @Nsuartmuseum's The Movement: Bob Adelman and Civil Rights Era Photography exhibition in 2014.
Happy Mlk day. Black men didn't want me, the media didn't want me, they told me I was ugly so I tried to whiten me to become more acceptable for you but I lost me. One more hate move, one more stereotype so I decided to un whiten me and embrace the melanin queen in me. I am black, I am African, I love all but I love me too
Mathieu Saunier, known as Khan Nova is a digital artist who creates these electric digital collages inspired by African retro futurist visual culture. We are happy to share his surreal digital compositions.