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Transitions

In Communication, Griot, Music, Video on November 25, 2020 at 7:00 am
verb
  1. undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition.

I like transition lenses & seasons, transitioning characters inside of a script for good reason, and administration transition’s unfreezin.’

Don’t you? Please believe I am one “happy she” about our transitional hue. America is on the mend and it means big things for me and you. 

It’s mid-week and I’m feeling like it’s Friday, yo. I woke up reminiscing on AMERICA’s good with Domino:

Do you play Dominoes? I do, but just a little. Today will find me counting lines during a script whittle.

Rewrites. They can produce all-that-you-need and more, or — they will help you in the direction of starting over.

Thank God that America is not an expendable script. We transition via skill; we don’t shoot from the hip. We embrace the truth and hard facts without doling lip. America is a living and breathing child, not an expendable script.

Remember back when we knew who we were and we were rarely ever stopped? Remember when submission forms online would have USA at the top?

I do. It was an honor before our status quo began to crash and burn. Let this new transition usher in our collected-return.

We are lovers of humanity and helpers across the world. America is a young blossoming woman, not a clueless little girl.

No road remains the same, especially roads of transition,

I’m Qui

Let’s drain the marsh and build a new pond for fishin.’

Toss a penny of strong intent to get your wish in:


Benny Hill helps you to get a grin-in.

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Speaking of “wishing wells…”

Remember Terence Trent Darby? He’s from the 1980’s party. Let’s reminisce with him for a spell — at the abstract wishing well.


D’Arby
 legally changed his name to Sananda Maitreya on October 4, 2001, explaining, “Terence Trent D’Arby was dead… he watched his suffering as he died a noble death. After intense pain I meditated for a new spirit, a new will, a new identity”.

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