Wouldn't take nothin'...

“Got my hands on the gospel plow, wouldn’t take nothin for my journey now.”

Lyrics from the song I loved to hear my grandfather sing still resonate with me. They say to me, ” You have work to do. Gospel work. Truth work. Till fertile ground, sow good seeds. cultivate potential, and reap a bountiful harvest.  This is the crux of optimal living. Constant sowing and reaping. growing through truth and intentional hard work.

...for my journey now

Black women with a large brimmed hat sitting in a wicker chair on a balcony with a cup of coffee
Clavis Anderson

A Cup of Memories

A familiar smell can transport us back to simpler times, filled with warmth and love. For me, those memories are closely intertwined with the aroma and taste of a freshly brewed cup of coffee.

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Off The Cuff
Clavis Anderson

Intervention vs. Intervening

Intervention vs. Intervening Intervention versus intervening Yes, I know that they mean the same; intervention is the noun, and intervening is the verb. On the

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Black Mothers
Clavis Anderson

On Relationships with Parents

On Relationships With Parents Regardless of your relationship with your parents, you’ll miss them when they’re gone from your life — Maya Angelou I believe

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