Consider this thought, what if we started to identify what is wrong by not what we say, but by how we feel. I am not talking about those feelings that are inconsistent; however, that vibration and energy that we give off or that inner spiritual man. That unction that tell us to not go out or walk down that alley or spend that money this week. How some people say it that “vibe”. We have to start working and dealing with wisdom and not smarts or intelligence because when we deal in wisdom we are able to build a pyramid. Because smarts and intelligence can be measured and controlled by humans, but wisdom is only given by our creator, God. I want to encourage you to utilize your inner man because when I say, “I feel you” that is not from your common idea of feelings and emotions, but from the God ordained sense that no man can remove. I share this information and many readers will believe they have already been operating in this sense; however, forget what you say, how is your life being lived out? Are you still within unhealthy relationships then being upset because you say “people switched up on me.” I do not believe people switch up on us, it comes down to we did not operate within our God sense to know how to properly position people. I found that many people have unreasonable expectations for people that they will never be able to meet because they are not supposed to. We have to stop bringing along short-term people on our long-term journey and if we do then we will always be disappointed. So, operate within your God sense a feel people from your spirit. Those vibes will tell us how we need to operate amongst people.
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Howard Lee III aka The Motivational Poet is a Master Spoken Word Artist, Published Author, Youth Empowerment Champion, Community Relationship Pioneer, and an Exuberant Orator who has improved the living conditions of hundreds of families and youth with mentorship in parenting, connecting community resources and promoting healthy relationships. He launched a dynamic Youth Empowerment platform that instructs poetry and business modeling concepts to promote entrepreneurship. StoryBook Xtreme at www.storybookxtreme.com consists of Poetry. Publishing and Radio. Howard has written 5 Op-Ed articles for the Telegraph Herald newspaper surrounding the topic: Community Relationships, Youth Empowerment and Community Activism. Howard has impacted hundreds of youth and their families during 5 plus years within the community. Howard has taught the nationally recognized and respected by community-based organizations, schools and faith-based organizations curriculum known as Dare to Be King. He also has taught The Phoenix Curriculum, an evidence-based and recognized by National Gang Center/OJJDP/Bureau of Justice Assistance gang intervention curriculum for middle school, high school and alternative school students. Howard has training in the Nationally Recognized Aggression Replacement Training (ART), a research-based, proven-effective approach for working with challenging youth. A curriculum of over 30 years of use in schools, community agencies, juvenile institutions, and other settings. He is training within the Nationally Recognized, evidenced-based Trauma Informed Care. He has 5 years of training with mental illness and behavioral disorders: ADHD, OCD, Bipolar, Depression & Anxiety disorders and intellectual disorders. He understands Team Building, Group Lectures, Youth Development and Family Resources, Community Action, Rehabilitation methods of youth within the criminal justice system, systemic racism and biases and Family Team meetings. In addition, Howard impacts his community by having served on the Human Rights Commission. He served on the Safe Neighborhood committee as part of a city-wide equity initiative called Inclusive Dubuque which connects local government, city officials, businesses, non-profits, education, community members and faith-based organizations. Howard serves as the local Dubuque Branch NAACP Communication, Press & Publicity Chairperson. He performed Spoken Word at Dubuque’s Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Breakfast and hosted The Power of the Word Poetry event for his community. View all posts by The Motivational Poet