Author Archives: msw blog

Grace

I wish I could lead as gracefully as Gayle King. Sometimes when I proposed ideas, I’d get her trademark email that led with “Hmmm…not so sure about this.” Eventually, I realized that was her nice way of saying, “This idea … Continue reading

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Mind of a Social Worker Blended Justice

One headline read People Seeking Justice In Congo Turn To Children the other read Who Speaks For Kids In Dependency Court? The latter left me with more questions than answers. Why was I holding onto these articles? Did I once … Continue reading

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Creator

Dear Creator God, thank You for creating the world in all its beauty for our enjoyment—and Yours. Thank You too for making us in Your image so that we would be inspired to create. All creation bears God’s autograph.

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Sideline

God knows what he is about. If he has sidelined you out of the action for a while, he knows what’s he is doing. You just stay faithful – stay flexible –stay available– stay humble–commit the way unto the Lord, … Continue reading

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Advice

What advice would you give young women today? Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I … Continue reading

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