Nana Ama
by on February 14, 2017
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My morning thought comes from the article, Black Women and Identity, where Ruth states "when you can look in the mirror and you can see your natural kinky Afro or locs and it is yours and you can say, 'you know what, I like that' and you know why you have to like it because that's what it is; when you get to the point, that's when you start to see your true beauty..."
I finally made it to this point, but there are women around me who still haven't and that is truly the motivation for this diary entry. This makes me feel strongly inspired to leap forward in my journey. And I love the direction my hair is headed in, as I continue to define my identity through the love of my God given gift & attribute....:smile:
Posted in: My Hair Diary
Kume Ozoro
Nana Ama nothing trumps "loving yourself". It's the foundation for all other forms of love. Even the Bible commands "love your neighbour as yourself". The measure of love you've got for "you" always is the yardstick for the love you've got to give others and your capacity to receive love from others...View more
Fatou Bom Bittaye
Absolutely right Kume Ozoro
Onyinye Olufunmi Nwangwu
@Kume, that awkward moment when I was reading your comment and saw Trump. 😂😂
Kume Ozoro
Thank Fatou Bom Bittaye :pray:
Nana Ama
Onyinye Olufunmi Nwangwu
This post is everything!
Kume Ozoro
Onyinye Olufunmi Nwangwu :joy::joy::joy: because of that man that word has lost all its innocence :joy: