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When A Heart Breaks…an original word spoken by Jay Cee

I’m still alive but I’m barely breathing…Just prayed to a God that I didn’t  believe in…

I got the time…while she got her freedom

Cause when a heart breaks,  it don’t break even

Her best days were some of my worst…She met a girl said she’s gonna put her first

While I’m wide awake, she has no trouble sleeping’

Cause when a heart breaks… it don’t break even,.

What am I supposed to do… when the best part of me was always you?

And what am I supposed to say …when I’m all choked up and you’re okay?

They say bad things happen for a reason…But no wise words gonna stop the bleeding’

she’s moved on while I’m still grieving
Cause when a heart breaks…it don’’t break even

When The Youth Actually Attended Church Voluntarily!

"I do not know what tomorrow’s gonna bring and I do not know what the angels are gonna sing…don’t even know when the bells gonna ring…but I know God cares for me…I may be up…I may be down…I may be level to the ground, but that’s alright…God will hear my plea..’cause I know God cares for me…" President of the Louisville NAACP, Raoul Cunningham on piano, Carolyn "Beethoven" Kaufman on the organ…Karen Kaufman next to her mother….The Green Street Youth Choir..circa 1973…Saturday mornings meant choir practice and the finest Alto section in America! Do you remember when it was standing room only in the Sanctuary and the basement served the overflow…on television every Christmas and The Street’s greatest Tenor…Wayne Henderson singing "It Is Well"????? It was like Whitney’s National Anthem…it cannot/has not be done ANY better!!!!

The lyrics are even hotter than her picture…Soundcloud for the way music will be created…tomorrow!

The lyrics are even hotter than her picture…Soundcloud for the way music will be created…tomorrow!

Payback In My Old Kentucky Home?

Just heard a story on NPR…how African-Americans are 6 times as likely to be arrested for marijuana and 30 times the chance in Bardstown (Nelson County)…Bardstown narcotics officer killed in ambush last week…hmmmmm maybe JUSTICE is not longer JUST US….just a thought.

"Gestapo" in Kentucky…Storm Troopers Vow Revenge For Officer’s Shooting

When Ky. State Police state that because the slain man in Bardstown was a police officer…then “no stone will be left unturned in the investigation to apprehend the assailant…the implication being that if you are not a cop…some stones may not be checked. A cop’s life is no more(or no less)valuable than the church janitor who was killed senselessly..but will not receive half the resources that will be expended on the case in Bardstown…drug enforcement is becoming a fascist para-military lottery ticket for rural police depts. They look like soldiers not public servants

Man calls woman a s__t…woman slaps man across his face…the crowd laughs. Woman calls a man a b___h…man slaps women across her face…cops called. Assault gets the woman applause and the man 2-5 years and it is called GENDER BIAS and it sends the wrong message to our young people…selective equality is no equality at all. Deferential justice is an injustice.

—Jay Cee

People want to know why I self-titled this blog…the most dangerous blog in America. This spot is dedicated the pursuit of the Truth that can only be found in each other…in Truth there is Energy and we compete for that Energy in our daily interactions…unconsciously but relentlessly.  Here we SHARE our Energy with all…willingly, voluntarily…no need to manipulate or coerce it from our writers… and that is what makes us dangerous…our weapon is LOVE!!! Enough to trust you…with the TRUTH.

Whether it is Black History with John T. Greathouse, Revolutionary Love by Kesha Divine, Bible Commentary, social media buzz or just good common sense… even a collection of Positive artists whose music is timeless…there are People and Institutions, long in Power …that recognize danger to them…in the Power of Love.

What The History Books Didn’t Tell US!

Lee Quincy Calhoun (1923- ) won a gold medal in 1956 at the Melbourne Olympics and again in 1960 at the Rome Olympics, both for the 110-meter hurdles, and became the first athlete to win this event twice.
Trained at North Carolina Central, he was also the first black from a black college to win an Olympic gold medal. (research by John T.Greathouse.)

I love music that SPEAKS to me…saying to me what I cannot say to myself.

just saw Haley’s Comet, she waved
Said, “Why are you always running in place?”
Even the man in the moon disappeared
Somewhere in the stratosphere

Tell my mother, tell my father I’ve done the best I can
To make them realize this is my life, I hope they understand
I’m not angry, I’m just saying
Sometimes goodbye is a second chance

—Shine Down-“The Sound Of Madness” (2008)

The greatest achievement in Life ….Love God…Love Self
Love Others

—Brenda Johnson


1. Find inspiration in others’ forgiveness.

Ironically, my spiritual guide provided me with the perfect example of the power of forgiveness. After being shot, he forgave the man who left him permanently blind. He literally hugged his shooter and told him he forgave him. This taught me that forgiveness has nothing to do with the other person; it’s a gift that you give yourself because it sets you free from things like resentment and anger. I realized that if other people could find it in their hearts to forgive such horrendous things, then surely I could find forgiveness in my heart, too.

2. Try to see all sides of the story.

Often, we think that by having compassion for someone, we are excusing his/her behavior. This isn’t true. Compassion provides us with a lens that helps us understand—not excuse—people’s actions. Over time, I started to have compassion for my father and my mother. Both had had less than ideal childhoods themselves. They were doing the best they could with what they had. This doesn’t mean that what they did was right, but it helped soften my heart toward them and facilitate the forgiveness process.

3. Get help.

If you’ve been through something difficult, it’s crucial that you process and experience your emotions, instead of pushing them down. Start seeing a therapist. If you don’t like your therapist, try a new one. I’ve been to all sorts of counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and everything in between. Each person helped me in a unique way and led me to where I am today.

4. Cut the cord.

Feelings of resentment and hurt often cause us to create negative energetic ties (or cords) with others. Gabby Bernstein offers a fantastic cord cutting meditation that can help you release these negative energetic attachments.

5. Let go of blame.

At one point or another, we all need to take responsibility for our own behavior.

As J.K. Rowling once said: “There is an expiration date on blaming your parents for steering you in the wrong direction; the moment you are old enough to take the wheel, responsibility lies with you.”

6. Push past the fear.

99 problems…if language is a issue…skip this one but your kids won’t! Submitted by Bryan Jones