Two hundred forty-five thousand, six hundred (245,600) down, 18,500 to go, I-Witness touching Black people all over the city of Milwaukee and the world one event at a time.
Black People are the First Wonder of the World
“Until the Lion writes his own story, the tale of the hunt will always
glorify the hunter.”
–African proverb –
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Be Ever Wonderful
Thought of the Week
“A strong woman wears the look of confidence on her face….. But a woman of strength wears grace.
A strong woman won’t let anyone get the best of her….. But a woman of strength gives the best of herself to everyone.
A strong woman isn’t afraid of anything….”
Thank You…Joetta Morgan
Word of the Week
Rue ROO, verb:
1. To wish that (something) had never been done, taken place, etc.
2. To feel sorrow over; repent of: regret bitterly.
1. Any strongly scented plant of the genus Ruta, esp. R. graveolens, having yellow flowers and leaves formerly used in medicine.
1. Believe me, if you now, contrary to all the better principles of your life, give the reins to your passions, the consequences may be such as you will rue for your lifetime, and even, if Heaven have not mercy, rue after your life is finished.
2. But he was also left to rue a brief spell before and after half-time when Cherries surrendered the lead by conceding twice in the space of three minutes.
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