When I Was In Ferguson: Peace Prayer and Healing Meditation (Videos + Photo Diary)

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” ~Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu. Chinese philosopher, 604 BC.

In this photo I am in Ferguson, Missouri, standing in front of one of the many boarded up businesses. School children and positive community activists have painted inspirational walls on all of the boarded up windows. 

Indeed, Lao-Tzu, Indeed.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

I’m Heading to Ferguson to Speak on Self-Worth! Do You Have a Healing Message You Want Me to Share? (Audio)

Martin Luther King Jr.. born in Georgia on January 15, 1929, was a Baptist minister and social activist, who led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. – Biography

Let’s honor the legacy of a powerful civil rights and human rights leader.

Sending you love, peace, and healing energy in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday…

Abiola Abrams, HOPE Sculpture in NYC

Hope vs. Faith! Do We Have to Choose? International #HopeDay Thoughts

When I came upon this glorious new hope sculpture in New York City, it started me thinking about hope vs. faith.

Oh, what sculpture?

Via The New York Daily News: “The artist synonymous with the iconic “Love” sculpture that has a new shutterbug-friendly sculpture in town. Robert Indiana’s $3 million, 13-foot tall, 3-ton pop art sculpture “Hope” was moved to the corner of 7th Ave. and 53rd Street [for] International Hope Day. The artist wants visitors to take selfies and post them to social media using the hashtag #HopeDay.”

Abiola, Zuyapa, Linda -- Yoga on the Green

Dialogue with Healer Zuyapa Jackson and Abiola! Women, Friendship, & Loneliness (Video)

How to Find Your Very Own Goddess Tribe!

Have you outgrown the relationships in your life? Are you feeling alone or lonely? Or maybe you’re not alone at all, but you could use more like-minded beings in your light-filled life. New Video! Women, Friendship, & Loneliness with Abiola & Zuyapa in Cape Cod, Massachusetts…

Sacred Bombshell Handbook by Abiola Abrams

I’m Nominated for an African American Literary Award! Join Me There On October 26th, 2014

This year, The African American Literary Award Show is celebrating its 10th anniversary.  

The African American Literary Awards Show recognizes, honors, celebrates and promotes the outstanding achievements and contributions that African-American authors and writers make to the publishing, arts and entertainment industries. 

As mentioned yesterday in a recent Essence interview, I have very good news about this year’s show.

Ticket sales for this prestigious event are now open. Proceeds benefit the Harlem Educational Activities Fund.