“It’s Complicated” is a lyrical, panoramic view of the life of Jonathan Hopkins–the complicated, multi-layered life of an easy going guy, told with complicated, multi-layered rhyme schemes. Yet, he makes it sound easy. It’s the perfect marriage of subject and medium.
Myreah attempts to let people who suffer from depression, oppression, self-harm, and any form of dejection that she thinks about them, she cares for them, and she sees them. She hopes that all can find the relatability to the message, and in turn, relay their empathy to the suffering parties. In the midst of a pandemic or not, many suffer from this secret affliction, and many afflictions of this nature remain a secret until it’s too late. Join Myreah, The Poet, and tune in to Cuts to help empathize with those who just do not want to feel numb anymore.
Myreah finds that the day is much smoother when she converses with her Father in the morning. Though speaking to our earthly father every morning may be joy for some, Myreah is referring to our Father in Heaven. When we encounter Jesus Christ every morning and ask God to direct our paths, we can trust that God will do just that and have His Will in our lives each day. However, even when we forget, God is still right there protecting and shielding us from harm, leading and prompting us, and providing us with peace. When in a calm and submissive encounter with our Father in Heaven, we can let ourselves go, relax, and just release any stress, negativity, worry, or fear. Join Myreah, The Poet, and tune in to Morning Route to indulge, yet again, in a peaceful moment of praise and honor towards our Father.
Picture yourself walking down the beach holding the hand of Jesus on a quiet, warm, and beautiful day. Visually, how nice would that be? This episode dives into the peaceful atmosphere you get in prayer. Whenever you encounter the Holy Spirit, there is a strong emotion attached. When in a calm and submissive encounter with our Father in Heaven, we can let ourselves go, relax, and just release any stress, negativity, worry, or fear. Join Myreah, The Poet, and tune in to Serenity to indulge, yet again, in a peaceful moment of praise and honor towards our Father.
This episode explores a true sense of being rich, fruitful, and wealthy. What valuable possessions do you have? What valuables would you like to obtain? What is the true meaning of valuable to you? Based on the facts of this episode, are you rich or are you poor? Moving forward, what will you do now to obtain what you consider valuable? This may seem a bit confusing at first… Join Myreah, The Poet, and tune in to learn the true sense of wealth to determine the valuables you truly lack, the valuables you neglect, and the valuables you truly long for.
This episode features a poem entitled “Gun Violence: Was That Piece Really Worth It?” It was written by Author Genesis Amaris Kemp. She is a pleasant, well-spoken writer and author of the book entitled, “Chocolate Drop In Corporate America: From The Pit To The Palace”. In this episode, she shares her personal concerns for gun violence in our nation and we dive deep in hopes that citizens will better inform themselves of the affect gun violence has on our communities. Do you own or intend to own a gun? If so, why did you decide to equip yourself with that choice of weapon? If not, why have you decided not to? Tune in to this week’s episode to dive deep with Myreah, The Poet, and guest star Genesis Amaris Kemp in poetry, emotions, and deep reflections.
If we are honest with ourselves, we are all a little impatient, at the least, when it comes to getting the things we strongly desire. We sometimes grow impatient when aiming for success, and we are therefore unsuccessful at being patient time after time. Yet, anything worth having is worth waiting for–which is always easy to say until you feel really close to your goal and then find out you have to wait even more.
Despite how clear it is that racism still exists, many people are still wearing blinders. Maybe, they’re blind to the issues. Maybe, they don’t want to see the issues. Maybe, they’re a part of the issues. We’ve come a long way, but the fact of the matter is, laws cannot change hearts–only God can. Tune in to this week’s episode to dive deep with Myreah, The Poet, in poetry, emotions, and deep reflections.
Ever feel so small in this big world? Ever think, “what if,” “why me,” or just feel like you have so many unanswered questions? Ever felt afraid of self? Maybe you’re afraid of living… or afraid of failure… or even afraid of success. Tune in to this week’s episode to dive deep with Myreah, The Poet, in poetry, emotions, and deep reflections.