What can I say. I am one blessed woman. Praise God! :)
Posted on 11:44 AM on Sep 25+1He's a good man. God blessed him, his family, and the victim's family!
Posted on 7:31 PM on Sep 20+1@Meat, you make a lot of sense. 'Most' adoptive parents have their own selfish reasons for adopting a child. And 'most' of the people that adopt overseas do it because it can be less of a hassle. When you adopt a child in the US you take a big risk of having your child or children's biological parent try and fight to get their child back. But I wonder about that...If I were to adopt a child, especially one from overseas I would want that child to know where he or she came from. Forget the books! I would try my best to find my child's relatives, if nothing else discover the whole reason why my adopted child was given away to the system in the first place. It could be because the mother and/or father could not financial support themselves, let alone their child or children but can now and are fighting to get their child back. I would hate, I mean absolutely 'hate' myself from keeping my child away if that was the case. Most of the time these parents don't care for any of that. They just want a baby. But I've given birth to my baby girl and even 'still' I feel it is extremely important for her to know about her history.
Posted on 6:39 AM on Sep 12+1Imo I think he is awakening the spirit of hip hop in a way. Don't get me wrong he is obviously seeking publicity, but he is also bringing back the competitive aspect that has in a sense been lost with all the flashy chains, grills, liquor, drugs, sex, violent lyrics, autotune etc. So some may think Kendrick is being cocky, but I am an 80's child and remember diss records had people talking and intrigued and also solidified a rapper's rank in hip hop & brought in a lot more fans while doing so. I have listened to Kendrick album a little bit and I do pay attention to lyrics. Unlike Meek and the others same rapping fools I do feel Kendrick is making a name for himself with his different style of rap and I can't get mad at that.
Posted on 6:23 AM on Sep 120Did you even watch the show? There are good fathers on the show. Yes there is unnecessary drama, but it is reality tv. But there are also real everyday situations that black people go through on a daily basis.
Posted on 10:35 PM on Sep 70Very well said @Malcolm x...Bravo!