The Beauty of Being a Black Woman: Living Life Abundantly
by Michelle S. Hartzog
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Publication Date: Feb 27, 2018
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Format: Paperback, 62 pages
Publisher: On-Demand Publishing LLC
Parent Company: Amazon.com, Inc.
The Beauty of Being a Black Woman focuses on the obstacles we have to overcome in the workplace and society in general. The focus is on relationships with your children, extended family and friends. The focus is on having a relationship with the Lord above, devoting time for worship and prayer. Finally, this book focuses on the unique relationship between a black man and a black woman.
There is success when the two unite and raise children. There is success when the man can come home to a loving woman who inspires him, loves him deeply and respects him to the highest degree. When the black man loves his woman, he is intense. He encourages her to soar above the mountains and he is there to catch her before she falls. Black relationships are special and strong. They are the ties that bind the family, the structure and the template for the next generation.
Peruse this book to find yourself and your soul mate. Peruse this book to raise confident, goal oriented children. Pursue this book so that you, Beautiful Black Woman, can change the direction of your life.
I want you to know that I see your beauty and value. I want you to see the value of our black men who need to feel your love, warmth and tenderness. I see the beauty of the black woman with her walk and her style; her royalty shines when she enters a room. It is innate, internal, intrinsic that we carry ourselves as the Queens that we are. We were created for Greatness. We have a lineage of royalty that is undeniable. You deserve to live an abundant life. When you create a vision of success in every aspect of your life, you will walk towards that vision and nothing and no one will prevent you from attaining pentacle levels of achievement.
I imagined the life that I have when I was 12 years old. However, because of who I married and the choices I’ve made, my life has exceeded my expectations. I created an image of the woman that I wanted to be and every decision that I made was in direct correlation with becoming that woman and living the life I imagined. You have to live your life with purpose and determination. You have to demand respect. You have to set your goals strategically. Don’t expect others to do for you what you have to do for yourself. This is the story of a driven and determined woman. I dream BIG and when I reach my goals … I dream BIGGER. What’s your story?