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Harmony in Self: The Liberating Power of Catharsis

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Harmony in Self: The Liberating Power of Catharsis In the grand orchestra of life, each individual carries a distinct melody that shapes our journey. However, societal norms often mute these notes, leaving a symphony unfinished. This blog post invites you to explore the power of catharsis – a concept deeply rooted in the liberation of the soul and the embrace of raw, genuine emotions. It's not just about letting go; it's about tuning into the rhythm of your inner world and allowing it to resonate freely. Through poignant narratives and thoughtful reflections, we'll journey into the heart of catharsis. We'll discover how the intentional release of emotions can be a conduit to profound personal growth and a deeper understanding of our authentic selves. From the disciplined silence of a military chant to the liberating shouts of Simba sessions, we recognize the transformative potential of giving voice to our innermost feelings. Yet, this is only the beginning. For those wh

Gye-Nyame Coffee - A Drink For The Journey

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FAM, on the "Daily Toast" you often hear me talk about the 4 pillars to staying healthy, proper breathing, drinking pure water (half your weight in ounces), eating cultural appropriate food, and movement. These pillars will keep you healthy and feeling good. We stress cultural appropriate food because we believe that every culture has particular diet that helped them survive. Every culture develops a relationship with the land they inhabit, and this land (territory) strives to take care of the people (culture), and provides them with food that helps them survive. When a people follow their cultural ways of eating they avoid many of the diseases that are a scourge upon the world today. As ADOS we have a strange situation because we were stolen from our land, stripped of many of our cultural ways, and separated from our natural diet. It is up to us to piece together what we can to build back to our cultural ways, and our natural health. We are existing in an international

July's GNJ Mall

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Come on out and join us for this months market day. We will be celebrating Queen Mother Moore, and hosting a discussion about reparations. This will be a Mall to remember, and the information that you will get, will help you see the importance for our people to fight for what is ours. Of course all the regular vendors will be in the house and hopefully thanks to you helping spread the word we may have some new vendors as well. Come out and join the conversation that will be starting at 2pm. Also let us know if you have a skill, talent, or a subject that you would like to share during the Mall, we can schedule a time for you to present at a future mall. By the way there is still vendor space open, so get in contact with Brother ha2tim if you are interested at 614-260-7150. Come on out and bring three friends!

GNJ Media July eNewsletter

Here is this month's e-newsletter check it out and join the Journey: If you would prefer to view the pdf follow the link: GNJ pdf