THE BITTER-SWEET TRUTH?

Ponder for a moment, the difference between the bitter truth and a sweet lie?

Both can be subtle, firm or even organic in the nature of their origins. Both can cut like a knife or spread like wildfire. One can be as sweet as honey, the other; bitter as a clove of garlic crushed between the teeth. Either the sting of aged vinegar or the seductive aroma of a ripened lemon, one day will add to the taste of life.

In this, choose wisely. Know to some, the difference is likened to a pot of boiling water, only to simmer in the essence of its own understanding. Like cayenne pepper to the innocent of tongue or the dryness of ground cinnamon, blown in the eyes of the traveler; all within a blink will drink from the cup of eternal law.

Either way, the difference between truth and lie will ultimately reflect upon the path we take. The blessed thing about this analogy is, you don’t have to take my word on it. Just sit back, relax and sip on some healing tea. Take some time off and ponder this eternal difference for yourself. By the way, the ingredients are within the analogy above; just add to taste.

– Reginald O’Neal Gibson

THE PROCESS

THE PROCESS

What good are groups, followers or communities, if the overall consensus is blind? What good are leaders or industry, social interests or civil awareness, if the leaders are lead by the idolatry of financial gain?

indignity is on the cusps of our destined purpose. Thus, to derail us from the promised land.

As such, In 2019 spiritual revelation will come with stunning impact. It will prove to be a catalyst for the maturation process of the mind. This inevitable birth of clarity will make many indifferent, regarding one’s opinions, traditions and social understandings.

The difference between the content, the aware and the awakened will not only be made known, but further its differences from the entanglement of immoral intent.

Be prepared to take offense, but not be offended (for long). The winds of change will provide vision over barriers, clarity throughout the clutter and freedom over the bondage of misconception.  

In 2019, paths will be taken, course corrections will happen and friends thought thereof, will go their own way. This is of great importance, because narrow is the road that beckons the process.

– Reginald O’Neal Gibson

THE BATTLE FROM WITHIN

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Me    :      What’s the meaning of life?

Me 2 :      Depends on who’s asking?

Me    :      Why?

Me 2 :      To better answer the question.

Me    :      Seems like a simple question to me!

Me 2 :      Then why are you asking?

Me    :      Ummm?

Me3 : Because within the will of man, one finds comfort in the  answering of an opinionated fool. In this, upon Judgement Day one can swiftly cast blame, shift responsibility or submit excuse upon the fool. Only the fool was that of denial and that denial, was of the fool in me.

“The war has already been won. Seek not the lust of life, but rather the love in life. And for the goodness of God’s glory; stop the battling.”

– GOD’S GREATEST CREATION: WOMAN
   by Reginald O’Neal Gibson

THE REARVIEW MIRROR


I am not a devourer of innocence, nor a thief of free will. I am not here to entertain, cast judgement or mystify. I am to listen, make good and reflect truth in life. Who am I? I’m a friend, and I’m much closer than you realize. – Reginald O’Neal Gibson

– Reginald O’Neal Gibson

THE NEW NORM?

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Blind Indulgence will only regurgitate its foolishness. Just because it’s accepted doesn’t make it the norm. Be careful what you feed your mind, body and soul. It’s ok to just walk away. In this, you’ll not only maintain your peace, but you’ll restore others as well.

– Reginald O’Neal Gibson

THINK FULLNESS



Being in lust, doesn’t mean you’re in love.

The edification of your financial wealth, doesn’t make you rich.

Having a life doesn’t mean you’re living.

Having followers does not constitute or even resemble, true friendship.

Saying thanks, doesn’t mean you’ve given.

Reciting Dr. Martin Luther King jr.’s dream, doesn’t mean you’re awake.

And on a more personal note, Just because I smile, doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten.

To my Blackfoot, Cherokee and African ancestors, I want to say thank you, thank you and thank you.

Reginald O’Neal Gibson