Tag: philosophy

#LevelUp – Are more women single because they walk in a ‘Girlfriend’ spirit?

There is a current mixed emotional disucssion taking place on social media, concerning the musicial artist Ciara’s recent instagram post about women learning their true value and not settling.  Her post was based off of a John Gray sermon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFpHCBubf_E. I have included the article below for more… Continue Reading “#LevelUp – Are more women single because they walk in a ‘Girlfriend’ spirit?”

Reflections for 2017

Happy New Year Prosers!!!  I am so excited about 2018, you have no idea how anxious I am to see how this year pans out.  As per my usual tradition, it is time to reflect on the past year. NEW ME I have to… Continue Reading “Reflections for 2017”

The Journey to Mara Prose!

The theme for the upcoming year is all about my journey thus far.  Mara Prose has come a long way since the inception of my brand.  What initially started as a hobby, a past time, a simple way of voicing my opinion; has now… Continue Reading “The Journey to Mara Prose!”

Welcome to Prosey’s Corner!

This past Saturday, I debuted my new radio broadcast, Prosey’s Corner; sponsored by 4E Media Group and The United States of Her, headed by Valerie Denise Jones and Phillip Anthony aka Phelo the Great. I want to send a HUGE THANKS to both Valerie… Continue Reading “Welcome to Prosey’s Corner!”

Mara Prose Monday Edition: Meet singer, songwriter & entertainment genius Elexi!

It began with one woman’s struggle, a dream, a wish, a vision and is evolving into stardom. Meet Elexi! Born Alexis Arielle Adrian Williams, she began to hone her performance skills while in high school.  In her senior year, she was hailed “musician of… Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday Edition: Meet singer, songwriter & entertainment genius Elexi!”

How do I believe in LOVE again?

As I was watching one of my favorite tv shows, (Sex and the City of course lol), I related to the Charlotte character lamenting about harboring animosity towards her ex-husband for destroying her faith in ever finding love again.  She was afraid to put… Continue Reading “How do I believe in LOVE again?”

Mara Prose Monday: Finding your inner strength in the midst of chaos…

First and foremost, let’s say a prayer in remembrance of 9/11, for Houston flood victims and for Miami. Mara Prose Announcements: Please be sure to tune into the Roku Channel: The Book Trailer Channel (Twitter @TBTC_TV ‏) to view my book trailer on your big screen!… Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday: Finding your inner strength in the midst of chaos…”

Thursday Thoughts: Wobbegong (A Mara Prose Poem)

Picture courtesy of Tokyo Ghoul Wiki – Fandom You are motionless in your emotions You give no chase, you only entice Your duality camouflages who you really are You prey on the weak and diminish the strong Your attack is not expected, your victim is… Continue Reading “Thursday Thoughts: Wobbegong (A Mara Prose Poem)”

Mara Prose Monday: The Davenports: A Battle of Wills Book Trailer I

  I am so happy and excited to release the initial book trailer for my upcoming book! Anyone who knows me, knows I go BIG or I Go Home.  Therefore, this is just the first in a series of book trailers that are meant… Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday: The Davenports: A Battle of Wills Book Trailer I”

Mara Prose Monday: The Timeshare Man by Andre Blaylock

Often times a highly-coveted piece of property is too expensive for the average single individual to acquire on their own. In many cases these properties are offered on timeshare. A timeshare is a ownership model where several people collectively own usage in the same property. Although most timeshare… Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday: The Timeshare Man by Andre Blaylock”

Why Can’t I…(A Mara Prose Poem)

Happy Mara Prose Monday!  It has been a minute since I last posted.  This poem came to mind from a conversation I had with a very close friend who is having trouble in the dating world.  The verbiage “How many frogs do I have to… Continue Reading “Why Can’t I…(A Mara Prose Poem)”

You Can’t Tame Me (A Mara Prose Poem)

There one day and gone the next Nothing but a beautiful memory was left I read the texts but now they make no sense, so I’ve slowly done away with them Was it a lesson learned? Maybe  Should I feel burned? Nah baby Or… Continue Reading “You Can’t Tame Me (A Mara Prose Poem)”

You said forever…(A Mara Prose Poem)

You said forever You said we’d never be apart But when the tide started flooding You quickly made your depart You said for better or worse You said it’s us against the world But when I needed you the most You suddenly went ghost You… Continue Reading “You said forever…(A Mara Prose Poem)”

Mara Prose 5 Weeks of Reflections

Healing – Letting Go At 40, I find myself finally healing from all hurts from the past.  I am letting go of my baggage and starting a new life.  I am finally facing all that has ever hurt or caused me anguish.  There were… Continue Reading “Mara Prose 5 Weeks of Reflections”

Tuesday Thoughts: What A Difference A Year Can Make!

Picture courtesy of Thai Language Tuition This will be short and sweet but I have to Thank God for where I am today, as opposed to where I was last year around this very same time.  Last April, I was laid off but this… Continue Reading “Tuesday Thoughts: What A Difference A Year Can Make!”

Dating Tales: Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse” by Nancy Jo Sales

I find this Vanity Article by Nancy Jo Sales so disheartening.  How empty and shallow the world has become.  I was completely turned off by the men boasting of their sexual conquests in this article .  However, it is not surprising in a world… Continue Reading “Dating Tales: Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse” by Nancy Jo Sales”

Mara Prose Monday: Is Facebook Bad for Your Mental Health? by Allison Abrams

Picture Courtesy of HealthGlu I decided to continue with the theme of Logging Out – cutting back on frivolous and pointless social media activities.  We recently purchased my daughter a new IPhone, but it started to malfunction only a few weeks after receiving it. … Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday: Is Facebook Bad for Your Mental Health? by Allison Abrams”

Thursday Thoughts: Logging Out: More Real Time, Less Fake Time

Lately, I have become less and less interested in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  These platforms lack very little substance and I am bored with the selfies, the hateful comments and the overall nonsense that is so prominent in these places.  While I can never… Continue Reading “Thursday Thoughts: Logging Out: More Real Time, Less Fake Time”

DAILY MP REBLOG: Your Name Is Not Failure by Jena C. Henry

Jena and I met via Twitter a few years ago and have a mutual respect for one another as writers.  She graciously agreed to be a guest blogger and I am choosing today to re-share the prose she wrote for my followers.  No matter… Continue Reading “DAILY MP REBLOG: Your Name Is Not Failure by Jena C. Henry”

Thursday Thoughts with Mara Prose: 10 Quotes to Inspire You (Reblog)

Thank you for all the love and support you continually bring to Mara Prose.  For those who have sent me messages, I miss you too!  I am still on hiatus from the blog so I can focus on other writing projects and developing material… Continue Reading “Thursday Thoughts with Mara Prose: 10 Quotes to Inspire You (Reblog)”

Wednesday Wisdom: Is Instagram Ruining Our Female Friendships? by Amy Leak

Picture Courtesy of Tom’s Guide This article: Is Instagram Ruining Our Female Friendships?  by Amy Leak is everything!  I honestly could not have said this any better.  I think we have all been guilty of this at one time or another.  The key is… Continue Reading “Wednesday Wisdom: Is Instagram Ruining Our Female Friendships? by Amy Leak”

Tuesday Thoughts: Time Doesn’t Heal All Wounds, And That’s Okay by Pardis Alia via her blog Thought Catalog

I felt this was perfect for Tuesday Thoughts, enjoy! ~ Mara Prose unsplash.com“Time heals all wounds.” We’ve heard it before. It’s the saying that we’ve held close and hoped would tend to our hurt. We’ve put the bandages away. We’ve tucked the polysporin back… Continue Reading “Tuesday Thoughts: Time Doesn’t Heal All Wounds, And That’s Okay by Pardis Alia via her blog Thought Catalog”

Mara Prose Monday: Obedience (Bible.com – YouVersion Devotional)

I begin everyday with a series of devotionals.  Today, I thought I would share one that really hit home.  ~ Mara Prose Everyone hates being told what to do. “What right does so and so have to give me advice and telling me how… Continue Reading “Mara Prose Monday: Obedience (Bible.com – YouVersion Devotional)”

Friday Frankness: If I Was Who I Am Today…

I have been thinking back to who I was and who I have become.  If I was who I am today, a lot of people would never have been in my life.  There is a lot of nonsense I would not have entertained.  There… Continue Reading “Friday Frankness: If I Was Who I Am Today…”

Tuesday Motivation: Appreciate the Lessons…

I remind myself of this daily, especially when I encounter disappointments.  My best friend always says everything happens for a reason and it truly does.  You may not like the lesson that you learned from a hurtful situation but it is God’s way of… Continue Reading “Tuesday Motivation: Appreciate the Lessons…”

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