The Propaganda Against Christianity started the war. Everyone wanted rights—civil rights. They fought for our entitled human rights, those rights we are afforded because we are intelligent enough to argue our position. Same-sex marriage rights. Rights for descendants of African slaves. Rights for Native Americans. Science made us humans so we are all the same.
Author Archives: Makasha Dorsey
Ready. Set. Go! It’s still January: Happy New Year! I’ve been thinking about the significance of the word “go” since it came to me at the end of last year. The end of last year had me in a period of positioning. I became an ordained minister and I submitted my first short film to
Earlier this month Kenni York gave my tickets to the premiere of her movie At Least I Didn’t Kill Him. I went and was thoroughly entertained. The premise of the story explores how we “wear masks to cover up the hurt we’re dealing with and tend to hold on to relationships that slowly tear
Tonight I’m headed out to support fellow writer Kenni York. Check out the synopsis and movie poster below. A man…his wife…their secrets. What happens when the truth finally comes out? As adapted from the short story series written by Kenni York, At Least I Didn’t Kill Him is a real life glimpse at how often
The weather is changing in Metro Atlanta. A close look at the lush foliage reveals leaves starting to change to beautiful reds, oranges, and yellows. An internal clock beckons us to start looking through our fall wardrobes, welcoming the comfort of soft cardigans and ankle boots as we enjoy cooler nights and less humid
If you’re a writer, you’ve probably experienced the dreaded writer’s block. You sit in front of the computer to get your writing done, but you have no words. Or, if you’re like me, you might not believe in writer’s block at all but suffer from writer’s apathy—you’ve lost interest in writing for various reasons.
I’ve asked for what I need. He knows that I need him to fight this current battle. He fights for me.
London & Sydney are two sisters who love to explore the world and want to share what they learn with other little boys and girls everywhere. This first adventure is from the state of Texas.
Get dressed quickly and fashionably with a simple beauty regimen to fight the frump in fifteen minutes.
It’s back to school time. YAY! Fall—my favorite season—is just around the corner. I’m excited to see the colors change on the trees from beautiful greens to shades of red, brown, and orange. The fall foliage is a plus to living in Georgia, and I get to say goodbye to these hot summer days.
Is it too late to say Happy June? Nope. It’s never too late to speak positive things over another person. And, no matter how old you are, it’s never too late to become a part of or be born into a good family. This month’s word/theme is Adopted by God. Father’s Day is this month.
This week LaKisha Riddick and Makasha Dorsey discuss Faith and Fitness. LaKisha Riddick | ShareMyWorldShow Facebook 2 years ago, I restarted my journey of transformation. This time I surrendered the HOW to God and allowed Him to guide me. I used my faith AND work to change my mindset towards food and exercise. I