What You Won’t Do, Do For Love

What you won’t do, do for love. In today’s world we encounter countless forms of violence, negativity, and hardship. I was inspired to take a minute to celebrate compassion and togetherness.   Firefighter, husband, son, brother and living organ donor Ryan Zuber went the extra mile for his beautiful wife

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MOB #5 – Fun, Fly, Fabulous: Lifestyle Box

   I am thrilled to put you all on to Arian Simon’s Fun, Fly, Fabulous Lifestyle Box! The October box I received was the exclusive Empire Edition.     In case you aren’t familiar, this lifestyle box is based on the subscription box model. Subscription boxes are a package of products

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MOB #4 – Decoded

In 2010 I read a book that inspired me to make a life changing decision. Decoded was published by the best rapper alive in early November of 2010. I read Decoded like Martin Lawerence ate the ‘white only pie’ in Life. I inhaled the words on each and every page. I was thrilled

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Dreams #12

It’s true how bold we become when we know we’re loved. That’s where will gets fuel from, blowing in the wind like because  while we’re busy with the revolution  fulfilling undreampt dreams slow as the local in search of soultions in a world of water and loyal schemes. Remembering this

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MOB #3: Silicon Harlem

  MOB #3: Silicon Harlem I was honored to attend and participate in the 2015 Silicon Harlem Tech Conference at MIST in 116th street. I don’t go to Harlem often but when I do it’s to discuss making the world a better place. And to eat Amy Ruth’s! Silicon Harlem

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MOB #2 – Justice or Else Review 

10/10/15 I ventured to DC for the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March. It was quite the adventure. Leaving New York’s Chinatown at 11pm and arriving in DC’s Chinatown at 4am. DC felt cleaner and quieter than New York and I was ecstatic to leave to concrete jungle for

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NCMAE #5 – Bennie Louise Carter

NCMAE #5 – Bennie Louise Carter Sometimes I wonder if anyone will think about me when I’m dead. I think about my paternal grandmother Bennie Louise Carter and wonder did she ever think the same thing. I wonder if she wondered? And I wonder if she knows how much I

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MOB #1: Harlem Film Company + Chapter & Verse Review

As you have noticed by now, here at MsJheriWorldwide.com we continuously innovate. In efforts to encourage a spirit of entrepreneurship in the global brown community we will be spotlighting minority owned businesses from around the world!   M.O.B. Spotlight #1: The Harlem Film Company I was recently blessed with the opportunity to

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NCMAE #4 – School and Jobs

NCMAE #4 – School and Jobs “I never sent my kids to school. Nope not one day. I never believed in sending them to school. I sent them to work. I told them education was their job. You’re being trained. You go there and you arrive on time. You do your

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NCMAE #3

“Hey Grandma” “Hi baby. Took you a while huh?” “Yea I had to take the long way, it took forever.” “Nothing wrong with taking the long way. Sometimes that’s the best path.” “Is it?” “I remember growing up in Georgia. Me and my brothers and sisters would pick anything: butterbeans,

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