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WHO

In Communication, Griot, Networking, News on June 3, 2020 at 5:15 am

 

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Oui-oui. I know me.

Good morning to you.
Know thyself and be true.

WHO are you and where are you going?
It’s easy to know by the seeds that you’re sewing.

Are your feathers stunted are growing? Baby, can you fly?
Before making any decision always find/seek out the why.

Oh my, oh my. You are dashing to the third eye.

Who are you trying to impress?
You stimulate the masses – but only you know you best.

That is absolutely what’s up.
Your “good decisions” are made out of love.

Multi Ethnic People Holding The Word BenefitsWho benefits the most from your integrity?
You – of course and beyond any point that you could ever see.

The better angels in your heart are part legacy.
The better angels in you and me makes us a better we.

Who do you really think will buy into that?
That we should unite in love & loyalty – having each other’s back?

I’ll raise my hand first, because I can dig that.
I’m a WHO whose looking at you, because we’re similar cats.

We_signWe are human, we love, we breathe air and we bleed.
We give & take (and resist being fake) when it comes to needs.

Who are we, individually? On the whole, we are a lot alike.
We love who we love and when we feel passionate – we may fight.

I am passionate about you. I love you to life.
I love on you by day and I don’t forget you at night.

It’s always been you and I.
Easy isn’t a given to us. We have to try.

We all have to try because that’s who we are,
I’m Qui
in a dark sky, I pray to radiate like a bright star.

Bring it in, dear friend. Please don’t be far.

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Who are you a good friend to?

I thrive better when we’re closer; heart-to-heart.

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The SNOWPIERCER is Ramping Up

Any chance that you’ve been watching prime time tv?
Perhaps on Sunday nights, maybe a little TNT?

If you have not, then do consider it, please.
Snowpiercer is a cold ride of legacy.

If you saw the film, and I confess that I did not,
you may or may not like this series a lot.

I have heard comments from both groups.
Contrasting views span the youths.

The span of youth is equal to ages 8 to 80.
The fact that humanity is reduced to a train ride is equator crazy.

Peep the tracks of review;
I’m hoping to sit somewhere next to you.
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Airs on Sundays on TNT @ 9/8C

A Cup of Jo’ to GO…

In fitness, Griot, Networking, News, Self Improvement, weightloss on December 19, 2018 at 8:21 am

The benefits of coffee include:

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It’s a good Wake Me Up!
– if the brew is strong that fills your cup.

An innard stimulator.
If you’re constipated – it’s a regulator.

You can sip it out of a cup
or you can insert it into your butt.

It’s really UP to you.
Coffee is what’s up; wake up – it’s true.

Me? What do I do?
I make a strong brew.

I like to thermos it
for an all-day fresh sip.

phaedra-rhoa-coffee-enema.gifI’m into wellness and internal detox.
I’m into coffee enemas and colonics rocks.

I liken A Cup of Jo to GO to being like Hip-Hop.
Once you get started… why would you stop?

Unless of course, you have the tendency to fill rushed.
Does drinking too much bean makes you a little anxious?

Well, love, you make the call.
I just know Jo yields a GO that is known to kill “the stall.”

So I sip it and I sniff it in between smelling MMJ strains
at the local dispensary located off of Main.

Coffee is dimensionally known to ‘do the dang thang,’
A Cup of Jo To GO helps me to focus, mane.

A sip or two is all that I need to get ready.
I was introduced to an awesome grind by Fab5Freddy.

Water weight? It’ll get you to pissin.’
Ease up on diuretic aids and get to sippin.’

I’m just saying and doing a little purpose-playing, yo!
I’m Qui
Good morning mid-week, can I get you A Cup of Jo to GO?

How do you like it, yo?

FEEL GOOD Foods

In News on June 20, 2012 at 2:09 pm

Everybody likes to feel good. Right? Here are 5 delicious body healing foods that you should add to your menu and experience your healthiest summer ever — effortlessly.

Let’s start with the CHERRY on top: Cherries ward off summer insomnia. Later sunsets and muggy weather sabotage the body’s production of sleep-inducing melatonin– an effect that makes women twice as likely to spend the night tossing and turning, says, Meir Kryger, M.D., author of Can’t Sleep, Can’t Stay Awake. The good news: Canadian scientists report that a daily dose of melatonin-rich cherries can restore sleep quality in as little as 10 days.

Lemonade helps curb cortisol spikes Exposure to heat and intense UV rays amps up the body’s production of stress hormones, but a fresh glass of lemonade works to ward off a mood meltdown. According to Stanford University researchers, breathing in the drinks citrus aroma calms the central nervous system to lower cortisol output within 60 seconds, while lemon’s vitamin C soothes overworked adrenals to regulate stress-hormone production long-term.

Yogurt neutralizes seasonal allergens Probiotics in cultured milk products have been shown to help regulate the body’s immune-system response to pollen and pet dander. The payoff: Sniffling, sneezing and other symptoms are eased in seven days, notes Jeanne A. Drisko, M.D., an integrative-medicine specialist at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. Just 1 cup of yogurt or kefir per day will deliver the allergy-fighting benefits.

Sesame seeds improve blood flow to the brain Summer is prime time for headache flare-ups since bout of dehydration combined with barometric pressure fluxes can trigger spasms in teh brain’s blood vessels. A natural Rx: Noshing on one to two daily servings of sesame seed-rich fare like bagels, tahini sauce or stir-fry dishes. Studies show that the plant fats and magnesium in sesame seeds relax and open brain blood vessels, cutting the occurrence of headaches in half.

Watermelon sun-proofs skin Snacking on 2 cups of this juicy fruit daily slashes sunburn risk by 26 percent. The credit goes to lycopene, an antioxidant that improves skin cells’ ability to defend against damaging UV rays, explains Debra Jaliman, M.D., a dermatologist in New York City. What’s more, lycopene has tissue-healing abilities that can cut recovery time in half if skin does get a bit pink.

I’ve not ever been one for eating yogurt or chewing on sesame seeds,
but given their natural benefits, they will be ‘NEW BEST FRIENDS’ to me.

I like doing nothing, as much as I love being in a healthy mood,
I’m Qui
Happy Hump Day baby! Partake in a few of these FEEL GOOD Foods.