Meet Zoe and Zaria - Our Miracle Babies!

At 19 weeks pregnant, my water broke! The doctors told us the babies would not make it and there was no other choice but to terminate. There was no way we were going to terminate the precious gifts that God had given us so with unwavering faith, we believed that God would sustain them and keep them inside as long as possible. Zoe and Zaria are a daily reminder of grace and the goodness of God!

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Rebuilding Love, Hope and Faith 15 Years Later

Faith makes all things possible. Love makes all things easy. Hope makes all things work.” -Unknown!This has been a huge weekend for New York as thousands of people gather together at the 9/11 memorial site to remember the friends and loved ones that they lost 15 years ago. I don't know what it is about this particular day but it always brings immense sadness to my heart. The sad part is that the world has not become a better place since 9/11, if anything, it has gotten worse

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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Him and Her

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I know some of you are still wondering what you should get your significant other. There are a lot of guides out there on different things that you can buy for your loved one.  I wanted to share with you guys a few ideas of what I consider to be great Valentine's Day gifts. At the end of the day, you are the one that knows your loved one better than anyone else so it's really upto you to determine what you perceive to be the perfect gift for him or her based on his/her likes/dislikes.

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The Art of Contentment

On my way home from work, I like to turn off the music and drive in silence sometimes. Did you ever notice how most of us are afraid of the silence and don’t know what to do with ourselves when everything is quiet? I used to be one of those people that consistently needed to be distracted, even whilst studying, I ALWAYS had the music on. But now, I actually love my quiet times. It provides me with an opportunity to reflect, and think (yes think) and talk to myself. I was was thinking about how important it to be intentional about the things that you want for yourself

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Teach Me How to Love – I’m impatient!

Happy Sunday! I hope you all enjoyed last week's post, Broken Vessels, the first post in my Sunday Inspiration series. Today I’d like to start a new topic on love. Let me give you a disclaimer – I’m not an expert on love, in fact, I don’t know much about love and that is why this series is important to me and you. We can find out more about love together so brace yourself!

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Sunday Inspiration – Broken Vessels

When I hear the words broken vessels, I immediately think of a once beautiful jug of clay that has been broken and shattered to pieces. Have you ever seen a potter mold an object out of clay? The process is quite intriguing. The potter has to first decide what he/she would like to model the clay into, once the clay has been modeled, it has to be dried and then heated in extremely high temperature to harden the clay.

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Loving Your Imperfections Perfectly!

Embracing your imperfections is hard but what’s even harder is when society makes you think that you are not perfect because of the color of your skin, the texture of your hair, your accent, your nationality, etc. As hard as dealing with imperfections is for adults, it’s even harder for teenagers that are trying to find their own identity. It’s at this point in their lives that it’s imperative for them to have positive role models who will instill strong values, self-love and confidence.

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WM Foundation

A couple of months ago, on a warm September afternoon, I sat down to have lunch with my mom and my friend Winnie. My parents had been wanting to meet her for the longest time because I was constantly meeting up with her to work on different activities for her foundation, Winnie Musonda Foundation (WM Foundation).

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