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Behind closed doors working on “Twelve”; “The Truth About Her”; and “The Train Rider” 2019 books in the works. Get ready because I’m coming full blast.
Get “Intimate Thoughts Straight from the Heart” and “Eyes Opened Wide Now I See Clearer” poems from my diary. Learn about me as I take you into this journey called my life.

July 22, 1973 birthday meaning

22 July 1973

Your date of conception was on or about 29 October 1972 which was a Sunday.

You were born on a Sunday
under the astrological sign Cancer.
Your Life path number is 4.

Your fortune cookie reads:
If you continually give, you will continually have.

Life Path Compatibility:
You are most compatible with those with the Life Path numbers 2, 4, 8, 11 & 22.
You should get along well with those with the Life Path numbers 6 & 7.
You are least compatible with those with the Life Path numbers 1, 3, 5 & 9.

The Julian calendar date of your birth is 2441885.5.
The golden number for 1973 is 17.
The epact number for 1973 is 25.
The year 1973 was not a leap year.

Your birthday falls into the Chinese year beginning 2/3/1973 and ending 1/22/1974.
You were born in the Chinese year of the Ox.

Your Native American Zodiac sign is Salmon; your plant is Raspberry.

You were born in the Egyptian month of Paopy, the second month of the season of Poret (Emergence – Fertile soil).

Your date of birth on the Hebrew calendar is 22 Tammuz 5733.
Or if you were born after sundown then the date is 23 Tammuz 5733.

The Mayan Calendar long count date of your birthday is which is
12 baktun 18 katun 0 tun 0 uinal 1 kin

The Hijra (Islamic Calendar) date of your birth is Sunday, 21 Jumadiyu’th-Thani 1393 (1393-6-21).

The date of Easter on your birth year was Sunday, 22 April 1973.
The date of Orthodox Easter on your birth year was Sunday, 29 April 1973.
The date of Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent) on your birth year was Wednesday 7 March 1973.
The date of Whitsun (Pentecost Sunday) in the year of your birth was Sunday 10 June 1973.
The date of Whisuntide in the year of your birth was Sunday 17 June 1973.
The date of Rosh Hashanah in the year of your birth was Thursday, 27 September 1973.
The date of Passover in the year of your birth was Tuesday, 17 April 1973.
The date of Mardi Gras on your birth year was Tuesday 6 March 1973.

As of 1/20/2018 12:47:05 AM EST
You are 44 years old.
You are 534 months old.
You are 2,321 weeks old.
You are 16,253 days old.
You are 390,072 hours old.
You are 23,404,367 minutes old.
You are 1,404,262,025 seconds old.

Celebrities who share your birthday:

Daniel Jones (1973) Rufus Wainwright (1973) David Spade (1964)
Willem Dafoe (1955) Alan Menken (1949) Albert Brooks (1947)
Danny Glover (1947) Don Henley (1947) Bobby Sherman (1943)
Alex Trebek (1940) Terrence Stamp (1939) Louise Fletcher (1934)
Orson Bean (1928) Bob Dole (1923) Alexander Calder (1898)
Rose Kennedy (1890)

Top songs of 1973

Killing Me Softly with His Song by Roberta Flack Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree by Dawn
My Love by Paul McCartney & Wings You’re So Vain by Carly Simon
Crocodile Rock by Elton John Let’s Get It On by Marvin Gaye
Keep On Truckin’ by Eddie Kendricks Bad, Bad Leroy Brown by Jim Croce
Top of the World by Carpenters Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight & the Pips

Your age is the equivalent of a dog that is 6.36125244618395 years old. (You’re still chasing cats!)

Your lucky day is Monday.
Your lucky number is 2 & 7.
Your ruling planet(s) is Moon.
Your lucky dates are 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th.
Your opposition sign is Capricorn.
Your opposition number(s) is 8.

Today is not one of your lucky days!

There are 183 days till your next birthday
on which your cake will have 45 candles.

Those 45 candles produce 45 BTUs,
or 11,340 calories of heat (that’s only 11.3400 food Calories!) .
You can boil 5.14 US ounces of water with that many candles.

In 1973 there were approximately 3.7 million births in the US.
In 1973 the US population was approximately 203,302,031 people, 57.4 persons per square mile.
In 1973 in the US there were approximately 2,158,802 marriages (10.6%) and 708,000 divorces (3.5%)
In 1973 in the US there were approximately 1,921,000 deaths (9.5 per 1000)
In the US a new person is born approximately every 8 seconds.
In the US one person dies approximately every 12 seconds.

In 1973 the population of Australia was approximately 13,614,344.
In 1973 there were approximately 247,670 births in Australia.
In 1973 in Australia there were approximately 112,700 marriages and 16,195 divorces.
In 1973 in Australia there were approximately 110,822 deaths.

Your birth flower is DELPHINIUM

Your birthstone is Ruby

The Mystical properties of Ruby

Ruby is said to open one’s heart to love.

Some lists consider these stones to be your birthstone. (Birthstone lists come from Jewelers, Tibet, Ayurvedic Indian medicine, and other sources)


Your birth tree is

Elm Tree, the noble-mindedness
Pleasant shape, tasteful clothes, modest demands, tends not forgive mistakes, cheerful, likes to lead but not to obey, honest and faithful partner, tends to a know-all-attitude and making decisions for others, noble-minded, generous, good sense of humour, practical.

There are 339 days till Christmas 2018!
There are 352 days till Orthodox Christmas!

The moon’s phase on the day you were
born was waning gibbous.

The Family Bond

This is a book/project that I’m working on now that I hold close to my heart. I want to share the message of how strong and true the family bond should be and in some cases are. This message of hope, positivity and love should be shared and not kept to myself. So I am working to publish to print this book along with 2 other books. One is a children’s book and the other a poem book.

True Leader

A man who thinks that his pride has to dictate his life is a man who has no backbone.

A true leader is a person who think strategy and of consequences and results.

A fool who acts without thoughts is a fool who brings a fight to his home, but only to lose.

True leaders, soldiers of power but not destruction should be called monarchs.

A cowered takes a nation as a shield and does not play by the rules.

You are no leader but a follower with power. 

A fight is never won until everyone is dead, blood shed, death mourners and parentless children in your head.

Deal with it!

Because true leaders are family oriented, bread winners, gracious loser, time holders, share founders, and pride helps, but with knowledge of true battles won, or lost. 

At home there is no bosses, just peacemakers, daydreamers, and compromisers.

This is the leader I want to run a country that my children and I have to live in.

I oppose a question before trying to take care of someone else home make sure yours in proper order.  

How can one man raise a country when it takes a village to raise a child?

Answer this for me and then you are the greatest leader, but bundle on it and you are just a person trying to make it just like everyone else in God’s forsaken universe.

Remember there is only one great leader.

This planet is nothing, very forsaken without God and his children.

So please say no to war!!

Black history

Vivien T. Thomas, L.L.D.Supervisor of 
Surgical Research Laboratories
1910 – 1985

Portrait of Vivien T. Thomas 
by Bob Gee, Oil on Canvas, 1969

Vivien T. Thomas was a key player in pioneering the anastomosis of the subclavian artery to the pulmonary artery.The surgical work he performed with Alfred Blalock paved the way for the successful outcome of the Blalock-Taussig shunt.

In January 1930, Vivien Thomas, a young African-American who was forced for lack of funds to leave his first year of college, came to work for Blalock in his laboratory. At that point Blalock’s increasing obligations were cutting into the time he could spend in the laboratory and he needed a surgical assistant. A more fortunate choice could not have been made. Vivien Thomas learned to perform the surgical operations and chemical determinations needed for their experiments, to calculate the results, and to keep precise records; he remained an invaluable associate throughout Blalock’s career.

Photographer unidentified

Blalock and Thomas worked closely in the surgical laboratories. Thomas was a major contributor in the development of operative techniques. He and Blalock also collaborated on the design of surgical equipment. Shown here is a clamp for the temporary occlusion of the pulmonary artery, which was devised for Blalock’s use by Vivien Thomas and William Longmire, working with the local surgical supply house Murray Baumgartner & Co.

Photograph by Marjorie Winslow Kehoe, 1996

Thomas supervised the surgical laboratories at Hopkins for over 35 years, and in 1976 he was appointed instructor in surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 1979, upon his retirement, he became instructor emeritus of surgery. Vivien Thomas’s achievements were widely recognized by his colleagues. In 1976, he was awarded the honorary degree Doctor of Laws, by the Johns Hopkins University.

Photographer unidentified

Thomas with Helen Taussig, and Steven Muller, President of The Johns Hopkins University at graduation ceremonies in 1976, during which Thomas was honored.

Black history untold

Seneca Village may possibly have been Manhattan’s first stable community of African American property owners. Located from 81st to 89th Streets between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in what is now a section of Central Park, the village is important part of the history of New York City.

Although the reason for the name “Seneca Village” is unknown, recent historical and geophysical research has uncovered a great deal of information about this unique community and its inhabitants. Beginning in 1825 parcels of land were sold to individuals and to members of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church possibly the largest church of black people in the New York City. Within a few years the community developed into a stable settlement of over 250 working-class people, with African Americans owning more than half the households in the village – an unusually high percentage of property ownership for any New York community. The presence of an abundant natural spring near 82nd Street would have provided the fresh drinking water necessary for the maintenance and stability of a large community. Two African Methodist churches, the African Union Methodist and the AME Zion (today, known as Mother AME Zion) were constructed in the village near 85th Street. Their congregations were composed entirely of African Americans. Colored School No. 3, one of the few black schools in New York City, had been established in the 1840s and was housed in the basement of the African Union Methodist Church. All Angels’ Church, an affiliate of St. Michael’s on Broadway at 99th Street, was built in 1849. It had a racially integrated congregation of African Americans from Seneca Village and Irish and German parishioners living in the village and within a mile of the church.

By the 1850s, Seneca Village had also gained many Irish and German immigrant families. There were also several large cemeteries affiliated with churches. In 1853, the state legislature authorized the use of “eminent domain,” the taking of private property for public purposes. This public acquisition of private land to create a major public park in the City of New York began in 1856, and at the time encompassed the land from 59th to 106th Streets between Fifth and Eighth Avenues. Those owners living within the boundaries of the proposed park were compensated for their property, though many protests were filed in New York State Supreme Court, as is often the case with eminent domain, when owners contest the amount of settlement.

In total, approximately 1,600 people who owned, lived, or worked on the 843-acre tract of land had to move when the Park was created. The residents and institutions of Seneca Village did not reestablish their long-standing community in another location. A recent archeological dig by CUNY and Columbia University professors and their assistants revealed stone foundation walls and myriad artifacts, including what appeared to be an iron tea kettle, a roasting pan, a stoneware beer bottle fragments of Chinese export porcelain, and a small shoe with a leather sole and fabric upper.

No cure for inhumanity

This world I tell you is out of control! Where is it safe for anyone?  No one have to worry about how the world is going to end. People are slowly bringing mankind to a end. 
Now it ok to murder children in drive-by, or beat 2 and 3 year olds until they are render unconscious. Then find a story that may please the police but cry when the truth is revealed. Where was those treats for that child, the innocent child that you murdered.
Have no mercy for them and we the people should have no mercy for you.  Take a life for a life is how I see it.  If you can murder without cause then u should be murdered the same way.  A eye for an eye! I know it sound harsh coming from me but I’m tired of reading how a innocent baby or toddler was brutally murdered by the hands of a monster and all they received was time in jail.  Now days jail prison isn’t as hard as we on the outside think.  I worked at a jail for eight years and the luxuries they provide to these so called prisoners are better than hard working citizens live. 
Then we have these teenage children on all types of drugs.  Yes people opium is dope.  So when they can no longer get prescription pills they will move to illegal drugs which forces their brains to only crave the illegal drugs enhancing their addiction. We all know what happens after that don’t we?  This is when they start stealing,  robbing, even murdering for their next high.  When their mind is in this state they can’t be trusted. They become harmful to not only those around them but to themselves as well.  They have no control and have no idea they limitations.  Their minds starts to play tricks on them.  Everyone are either against them, out to get them, trying to take from them or need to get high with them.
Please people as level headed adults we need to help our children, protect our children, educated our children, advocate for our children, raise our children but most importantly love our children.
Remember we were children once upon a time and if we don’t help now mankind is in trouble and there will be no more children which entails no future!


It has to start somewhere and I never stopped but this is where I continue.  Love you all. 

Independence day

Gm all.  R u a leader or a follower?  2day all ur independence 2 mean that u will not b enslaved in ur own mind.  That freedom is 4 everyone.  That there will b no killings.  That u are in control of ur mind,  actions,  body & u have a soul.  C if u can b the bigger person and walk away with ur pride and dignity still in tact bcuz words r just those words.  Don’t allow anyone control over ur freedom wherein u have b told what 2 do our how to live 4 the rest of ur life.  Wherein u have 2 live in hiding or undercover 4 the remainder of ur life.  Show the children we are adults & we know how 2 act civilized. Allow everyone 2 live n peace, harmony, joy,  happiness & love. B the guide & leader u family needs. B sum1 sunshine where there is none. Njoy ur day! Love u all.  Muwah talk 2 u all 2morrow alive.  Kisses &hugs.

I’m too….

I’m too blessed to be stressed.
I’m too good to be hood.
I’m too nice to be iced so I’ll say it twice, too nice to be iced.
I’m too cute to get the boot.
I’m too hot to be stopped.
I’m too bossed to be lost.
I’m too grown and it’s shown.
I’m too old to be scold, but beauty to bold to hold.
I’m too real you know the deal
I’m too smart for you to wreck my heart or change my thoughts.
I’m too loved from the man above.
I’m too sexy to be messy.
I’m too bad to be sad.
I got life by the hand.
I’m too strong to be wrong.
I’m too in tune with God to get stopped by y’all.
Listen I’m not saying I’m better than you just better than what I use to be.
I  have too much self love to be kicked or shoved.
I’m too black and proud of that.
I’m too up to be down.
Now that’s all I’m going to say about that!
I’m too much of me to allow you to take away from me.