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I’ve been often considered as a grown ass kid. People are always saying I act like a child, that occasionally I give off immature characteristics. This counteracts with my own mature persona. Personally, I believe everyone has a little immaturity in them, it really depends on people’s threshold’s for maturity in which they describe other’s
The sweat from uncertainty runs down several soldier’s face as they prepare to meet their fate. Looking around at each other during a chilling early morning on June 6th, they wait as the tanker carries them through the ocean on to the shore. There’s an eerie silence challenging their psyche’s as panic and anxiety begin
Fear liquidates through the psyche and infuses itself within our minds, decimating rationality within an instant. Shredding any sentiments of desire to realize, That fear feels like pressure condensing your head and testing your ability to navigate through the challenge in front of you. We quiver in fear when the unknown is presented to us.
As a person, I’m very passionate and I care for people’s opinions. I care so deeply that there was a time when I became someone who wasn’t myself in order to please everyone else. I spent so much time listening to people that I forgot what I liked as a person and became a shell
On a breezy night during the celebratory month of black excellence and history, a wonderful workshop is occurring in downtown Schenectady. William Rivas is sitting at the front desk of Urban Co-works at 433 State street on the 4th floor, graciously waiting for guests to arrive at this magical event. Cracking a million-dollar smile as
My first memories of Kobe Bryant happened to be with my father. Kobe was his favorite player. I remember regular Saturdays and weekday evenings where I would sit with him during his free time and watch him play his NBA game on his PlayStation. These were possibly the most momentous times of my early life.
I hear this all the time. “black people don’t support black people”. “This is why we can’t ever move up.”And yes, I can agree to a certain extent. I understand how we as black people don’t support each other and live in this “crabs in a bucket type of world”. However, I’ve also experienced what
On Honor Of Black History Month, we honor and celebrate black figures in history that have been the vanguards of our advancement. Throughout history, we have had figures that went through the fire knowing we’d someday reign. Here today we recognize their accomplishments. Gordan Parks was an American photographer, writer, composer, and filmmaker. Prolific and
I can feel it creeping in… That darkness, the pure form of doubt I can feel it scratching at the walls of this layered house I designed to keep it out, but the Clouds of doubt block the sun And are creeping through every crevasse Attempting to shroud my thoughts with pain and suffering Planning