As defined in the dictionary: Discipline: the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience. This is probably what you think of when you hear the word discipline. Most often the term discipline is brought up when speaking about raising children, but today, I’m talking about…
Agreed. Practice makes progress.
Please give the original author some love: Discipline — Talking All That Jaz
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It’s not you against the world It’s you against you It’s you against who they used to know You against what you used to think You against who you use to be Everyday competing, everyday fighting off the old to become more Everyday taking control It’s not you against them that’s where you’ve been going […]
via If only you knew… — Breathe Think Write Release
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Courtland Savage started Fly For The Culture last year in an effort to increase the number of minority pilots. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that only 3% of all commercial pilots in the U.S. are Black, and a duo of Black pilots are teaming up to address this issue. Pilots Courtland Savage and Jerome […]
How sweet is this?! via Two Black Pilots Are Teaching Black Kids How To ‘Fly For The Culture’ With A Free Aviation Program — Nappy News
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One thing I see a lot of is people in relationships admiring other relationships from a distance. “Wow, I wish he treated me like her man treats her.” I see women in relationships envying their single friend. “She gets to travel and do what she wants and date around. She’s got it good.” Meanwhile the […]
via Stop Admiring the Green Grass Across the Street and Fertilize Your Own Lawn — www.demezw.com
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Photographer Adreinne Waheed is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. From the book/project ‘Black Joy’. To see Adreinne’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Adreinne Waheed See also: RED LINES By Adreinne Waheed […]
I just love us. via Black Joy — Edge of Humanity Magazine
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You look from the outside in yearning for what they have But you don’t see the cracks papered over with tissue paper You don’t hear the lies they tell each other or the facts they fail to mention You just see the smiling faces in orchestrated snaps and insta stories Friendships based on common enemies […]
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Black Women Are Intelligent, You Know. My speech precedes me. I was raised in a home where reading was mandatory. I had to read. I had to learn. I was programmed to not only listen in grade school but pay attention and gain as much knowledge as I could. On top of all of the knowledge gained, I […]
A word! via “But, You Speak So Well.” — A Cornered Gurl
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