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This is a WONDERFUL but more importantly inspiring post especially at a time when we have more chatter online about “Stupid Hoes” songs & videos than we do about black women who are doing wonderful things in the world that will impact the world and last longer than an song.
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Hi Maho,I don’t know if my wife would like me syniag this, but she is definitely hachikin born in Kochi and very strong. I agree that to call yourself, or be called a hachikin is a positive description, not a negative one. A very interesting article.
the laeders were “chosen for their willingness to submit to God’s authority in their lives.” Sometimes I think I have to “do stuff” to be a strong leader when really all I have to do is submit to God. Thank you for this post! I love your blog!
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for helping other women to do like in AFRICA
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I’m happy you enjoyed the article. I’d like to hear more about your story. Please feel free to connect with me via Twitter @JPHazelwood. Many blessings to you 🙂
Love that! Sounds like she has spunk. And like eyenvore who knows her is inspired by her strength. Go Brenna!
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