Here is an oldie but a goodie.
Envy is the one sin we all committed . But why do we feel envious of people? And what are the dangers of envy. One being discrimination. Here is The Psychology of Envy.
In society, greed is the enabled behavior that makes deceives one’s vision from being to selfless to selfish that we all have demonstrated once or twice in our lives. Here is the psychology of greed and how to stop this first seven deadly sin.
One of things that came too my attention last month was the topic that is Spiritual Warfare. In simplicity Spiritual Warfare consist a fight against good and evil, which many have references is happening in our current time. During my research of this topic, this has been references since 2016 by spiritual and religious leadersContinue reading “The Psychology of the Seven Deadly Sins”
Here’s the next story to my oppressed life a short story blog series
When you rise out of the ashes, you earn your wings every time. Where the people who care about you always hope that your not wasting your life, will prove to not only you and them, that the wings you always earn where meant to fly. When I was first presented with this song wasContinue reading “Those Phoenix Wings Were Meant to Fly”
An oldie but a goodie. This expresses why change is necessary
An oldie but a goodie. Here are my early thoughts on perception.
Taking submission now. Check out what the hype is about on friedathewriter.com/myoppressedlife
People wonder if I am hiding and concealing other underlining issues. This is why I have no more tears left to cry.
With what’s coming to light here’s a oldie but a goodie
Hey guys come check out out my fiction short story series about the trials and the triumphs of life behind the untold tales behind the American Wall. Each week I will be featuring short story starting with the todays story called “Paralyzed By Closed Doors.” Check it out at friedathewriter.com/myoppressedlife
Oldie but a goodie. This depicts the moment I let go.
An oldie but a goody. Here was my philosophical way of approaching self efficacy
An oldie but a goodie on how risk perception and the perceptions of yourselves potential lead us to being part of the problem.
An oldie but a goodie. Here’s the power of good-bye along with gratitude.