Thoughts of This Woman to her Emancipated Daughters

Her outrage cannot be contained

You have mislead many of her daughters

Leading them down the path

Of using their wombs

As slaughterhouses

Shaming those who oppose your wicked schemes

Denying her of a fruitful family tree

Branches ripped off and buried

In the petri dishes of cosmetics and vaccines

For the good of your own

You tell her daughters, “Well done, GIRLS”

You need not bear children

Just focus on

Your education

Your career

Your freedom

Your sexual expression

Deny yourself the experience of your Yah given gift to bear LIFE

A co-engineer of sorts

Do not be a woman of Proverbs 31 or Mathew 25

That archaic text

Of a superstitious time of ancient people

“An opium to the masses”

We are enlightened

This is what modern people do

How they solve problems

Your clinical care and antiseptic environment

Has brainwashed many

Now at zero population growth

Nation building propels new propaganda

How many unmarked graves are there of the innocent?

As you sit in the pristine architectural warehouses of old age

You wonder what might have been if this one or that one had been born?

They lied and told you that the problem was gotten rid of

No more a nuisance

An inconvenience

As you prepare to take your last breath

You wonder if in a time not like this

Those not given the opportunity here will one day breathe their first?

Regine Baptiste

Copyright 03/2019

Your Writer’s Voice Is Your Spiritual Voice Part II


Who would have known that a letter would have caused such an uproar. That is the letter Y.

Just a couple of months ago and even on this blog as well as on my Facebook and Twitter posts I’ve proclaimed God, Lord and Jesus Christ.

Yahuah and Yahusha? I had never heard those names before.

No, I am not trying to become Jewish in my belief system.

Jacob had one son and nor he, nor his son, nor Abraham were “Jewish.” I found out that the letter J did not even exist until the 14th century. The letter J came into existence long after Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob had died.  Jacob’s name wasn’t Jacob, it was Ya’aqob.

Any word or name in the Bible had to be changed from J to Y. Even the letter I was suspect,  such as in Israel and Jesus which in Greek begins with the letter I had to be changed to the letter Y.

This I found to be called the “Mandela Effect.” Look it up.

Now on my previous post I showed  a picture of four cows circling around ready to fight. Here’s a disclaimer, I  in no way shape or form look at any animal as sacred or holy. Animals nonetheless are to be treated with a kind and firm hand period.

Getting back to the picture of the four cows. Most readers and believers of the book of Exodus (Hebrew name Shemoth, Shemoth by the way means name) know for a fact that the Israelites fell into idol worship while Moses was on the mountain receiving the ten commandments from The Most High. The idol worship they fell into included the Israelites forcing Aaron to carve a cow/bull out of gold that they probably saw worshipped in Egypt.

Stay with me now.

To add insult to injury the Israelites even stated that this cow/bull had rescued them out of Egypt. Any 5 year old hearing the story would exclaim, “That’s a lie the golden cow wasn’t even there crossing the red Sea with them.”

Those who believe in a Creator know that we worship the Creator not the creation nor things created by a man or woman’s hands as well as what they have imagined (ideas) in their minds. That golden calf/bull was an eyesore when Moses came off the mountain after having heard and received the tablets written with the fingers of a very powerful but invisible Supreme Being.

Continue to stay with me.

My vocabulary on spiritual matters has drastically changed. Just like that golden calf/bull – words like God, Jesus Christ, holy, sacred, church, hallow,Lord, christian etc. much like that golden calf/bull have had to go. (By the way The Most High had Moses burn the calf & mix it into water that the Israelites drank – I think that’s where the phrase, “eat your words,” came from). I no  longer utter those words/names/religious terminologies. I may use the words/names holy/Jesus Christ to explain the spiritual journey that I am on.

I can no longer read out of my “Holy Bible.” I have since purchased, “The Sriptures” and “Cepher” books with all the restored names  translated  from Paleo Hebrew  to English.

Yes, indeed I have made some very drastic changes!

No, I do not consider myself Hebrew Israelite and again I am not “Jewish.”

It’s about researching the etymology of words. All words and names spoken have an origin.

You really have to understand and be able to defend exactly what it is you are worshipping.

Let me go back to that golden calf/bull for a second.

In the book of Acts, Stephen gave a speech before he was stoned to death by a religious council and his false accusers. I want to focus in part of what Stephen said. Here is a direct quote from his speech:

“And they made a calf in those days, and brought an offering to the idol, and were rejoicing in the works of their own hands.” Acts 7:41

My religion had become my idol. There were names and words  that I was using that did not originate in scripture.

Mankind thinks that it is better at figuring things out than the invisible Supreme Being that does exist.

So the various bible translations have had pagan names inserted into them. No wonder people of various pagan belief systems would say, your blank is my idol blank that you are worshipping. Christianity is nothing more than a continuation of this or that faith system.

That always puzzled me and I would always reason that they borrowed the Bible’s system even though their faith system was older than certain aspects of the historical accounts of the bible.

You see no one wants to be told that they have been wrong. No matter how good an intention you have been living under.

I’ve had to change my vocabulary and be humbled enough to say, “I didn’t have a clue.”

Now I read the Set-Apart Scriptures to learn what is the true way to live. No more religion for me. That idol is buried. When the time comes to worship publicly on the weekly seventh day and  other days commanded by my Creator, I will do so knowing that I am off the wrong track of at least the “false names syndrome.” No one really arrives at a complete understanding but one can be confident  to know that removing idols of thought and physical appearance will help one to have a clearer understanding of the true belief system found in the Scriptures.

I knew there was a reason why I hadn’t published any books until now. I needed to be clear on these profound questions:

Who am I?

Why am I?

Where am I going?

Who put me here?

How do I get there?

When will it all be revealed?

What do I do in the meantime?

With Yahuah and Yahusha guiding my life, I know everything will be fine.

I am a writer, yes I am. Now I have the true spiritual voice to express that fact.

“I am Not Dead, I’m Dormant.”

20180617_164100This sign, “I am not dead, I’m dormant,” immediately caught my eye while taking a walk through the conservatory at The NY Botanical Garden in the middle of June on a hot and humid Sunday afternoon.

Have you ever felt that way? Like your life is on a standstill. It seems like the harder you try the more things stay the same.

Or worse get worse.

That’s when you have to really take a cold look at things. Like the plant, cut back. I mean some drastic pruning. Whether it’s relationships you need to run from or places you need to disappear from.

We humans like routine or maintaining the status quo. Taking the path of least resistance is what some will do. That obviously won’t work when you are looking for change.

This is no rah rah speech about attaining phenomenal success in a short period of time or becoming famous.

This blog post is about growth. More specifically what really has to happen for growth to occur.

Plants can teach us alot.

“Where have you been? I haven’t seen you in a long time. Is everything okay? How’s it going? How’s the family?”

Like you needed to be on someone’s constant radar for all to be okay.

Originally, this post was going to be about hibernating for the winter.

That example was not strong enough.

Have you ever seen a landscape person take a wild bush and with their shears cut at it with determination? What’s the result? Sometimes a ledge straight as a box, sometimes rounded out with shapes not thought possible. Of course in this example, this is growth gone wild that needs to take shape. Growth that is out of control and not really pleasant to look at.

The cutting I am talking about are the dead leaves in your life. Growth that’s not going to happen in the branches of your life, no matter how much water or fertilizer you put into you, someone else, or a project you have been working on.

Sometimes things can look so dark and bleak after a pruning that you wonder if you’ve made the right cuts.

In a world where it’s not just the established media, you have homegrown U-Tubers, Bloggers, Instagram and Pinterest stars in the know fighting for your attention to put you in the know. In other words they’re trying to make you think you are relevant if you listen to them and take their advice. Or better yet, if you listen to them they’ll put you in on the know on the next great thing before it happens.

Distractions, distractions, distractions!

Yes, you have to have a sense of what’s going on in your immediate family,  community, city and nation.

Just not at the expense of YOU.

You need just enough information day by day to  develop into a FUNCTIONING part of the whole. Not a dead branch on a tree. Otherwise too much info here and there is like swallowing a whole watermelon all at once.

Meditation is key.

Meditation is not about thinking about nothing.

Meditation is about taking what is current in your life and filtering what is useful to you, what needs to be stored away, and finally what needs to be flushed down the toilet.

Meditating just like pruning are actions that require much work. Pruning is obviously visible and meditating is an internal process.

The next time someone tells you, “Where have you been? I haven’t heard from you in a while,” Your response can be

“I am not dead, I’m dormant.”

Regine Baptiste


I don’t write as many posts as recommended because I am not an intrusive writer. The goal of all my posts is for readers to expand their thought processes. I want to truly be an influencer towards people living lives on purpose unique to each indivdual.

I make no excuses, the foundation of all my writing comes from reading the bible. The bible is my main influencer.

I have favorite writers and speakers regardless of backgrounds that have influenced my writing.

And with that, hitting people over the head with the bible is just not my way. Nor do I pretend to be a spiritual guru. There are trained men in the ministry for further imvestigation on questions I am not ordained to answer.

We live in a world of opinions. We are all drunk with my way and this is my take on things.

Truth has fallen in the streets.

Reading your bible everyday leads one towards better and clearer thinking.

The bible is filled with examples of people living lives towards two ways, the way of life or the way of death. You cannot be on two paths at once. The bible is clear on that.

This blog is dedicated to all those who thought suicide was the answer. And those who succeeded at suicide.

Life is a gift. Don’t allow anyone to disempower you in the gift you possess.

Meditation coupled with reading the bible (especially the Psalms) can strengthen your relationship with Source – God Almighty and Jesus the Christ.





Don’t lose your mind when you lose a job.

20180514_115638Picture of the board game Cranium.

Click at the bottom of this post and watch another woman’s success at winning the game of a real life job search.

Listen people I’ve been at this for ten years now. In those ten years I’ve been hired 4 times permanently. I’ve also worked at over 25 temping jobs in for profit and non-profit companies. Yeah, that’s right ten years. I celebrated on February 6, 2018 my last long-term job that lasted you guessed it 10 years. I am in a 10 for 10 mode. 10 years of job stability followed by 10 years of “what’s next?” in the job market. And I mean it NEXT!

I’ve networked, attended seminars, job fairs, workshops, attended classes online and off, taken personality tests, LinkedIn myself out,  and read dozens of books. I even took 4 months off to attend a women’s work training program. In all this time I am here stronger than ever. 20 years experience does that to you.

Call me a veteran if you like because the working world is a war zone.

This upcoming Tuesday, May 16, 2018 I have an interview and guess what? I am just going to be myself. With all that I’ve done what more is there for me to prepare for? You either want me or you don’t.

Right now I am feeling mighty powerful.

What’s my secret?

Again, click at the bottom of this post and watch one woman’s success at winning at the job search just as I want you to do.

The Bible.

No religious speech.

The Bible you see is a book filled with people who lived, faced adversities of being human, and died. It’s as simple at that.

In all those setbacks you find in those biblical stories, most and not all mastered just two things.  Here they are:  their relation to God who they can’t see and  life on Earth which they can see.

Now back to where I left off in this game called the job search. I am still a work in progress. You win some, you lose some. Life puts you through some tests and no one comes out with a 4.0 average. For all the nerds out there, you can stop reading because in life you will fail alot of tests.

There are certain jobs that people have like lawyer, accountant, doctor, surgeon, judge, police officer etc. that have clear paths. And even then,  in some paths you have to specialize in one area as with a doctor you would specialize in a body part such as the foot, heart, delivering babies etc.

What about the rest of us who have been factory workers, technicians, secretaries, clerks, computer engineers, etc. where artificial intelligence has pretty much not created the need for as many workers as before?

You’ve got to specialize and show your value. You really have to focus on one thing and do it so well that people will stop and watch you and say wow!

I don’t care if you can sing, bake, ride a bike, sew some clothes. You got to do something that makes people stand up and take notice. Don’t limit yourself to one thing, just one thing at a time.  Mastering anything takes time and focused attention. Don’t think you need to go to school or put out any money when money is an issue. Why do you think there are libraries, internships, and temporary employment agencies? You gotta work to find work. If sitting behind a computer all day isn’t helping you find a job, you have get up and go out and find people to talk to that will help you find that job.

It’s called fighting back. Taking a stand for your life. And not being defined by a job. One thing is for sure, work will come. We humans are on this earth for a purpose. Stand up from where you are and get up and live out that purpose. But before you get up – think about what and where you really want to be and go out and search until you will find it.

And if you end up in a place with less money, realize the money was never important in the first place. Life is not valued by what you have but what you are becoming.

Don’t give up or give in , just be content that you have something to give.

Click on and see how Elizabeth White did it. Watch all 4 YouTube presentations.

Remember,  you are not alone.

Watch “55, unemployed and faking normal: One woman’s story of barely scraping by” on YouTube

Watch “Are you hanging off a financial cliff? Here’s how to cope” on YouTube

Watch “How coming clean about financial struggle — and counseling others — became a calling” on YouTube

Watch “Fifty-five, Unemployed, Faking Normal | Elizabeth White | TEDxVCU” on YouTube

On my way to the ladies room at Macy’s, a 34th St. miracle



In some far off corner at Macy’s 34th St. store I stumbled onto a surprise.   As I was rushing to the 6th floor ladies room, something familiar caught my left eye.

There high on top of a shelf was the name of the country of my birth, Haiti.

Macy’s has on display Haitian crafts for sale called “Heart of Haiti.”

It seemed odd to me that these expertly woven baskets would be hidden away in a corner of the store.

Before I entered the latrine, I quickly snatched this picture as proof of my unexpected find. Nature was really calling.

As I came out of the bathroom, I tried to make sense of why these Haitian crafts were where they were. Next to the bathroom of all places. Maybe, putting this display next to a bathroom would force customers to actually take a look at products from Haiti?

The equalizer of us all is that we all need to use the toilet or rather in some countries, it’s simply a hole in the ground.

Retail space must be very expensive. Therefore, all possible space must be used   to “sell.”

I was really in a good mood, really I was. I had just saw a fashion show given by the Young Professionals of the New York Urban League on the 5th floor. That is until I saw where all of these Haitian products were at,  put a downer on my mood.

I then connected all the negative remarks that were heard in the media recently about Haiti & other African countries that produced a media storm. You don’t know what to believe anymore among the many actors fighting to push their agenda on unsuspecting victims.

I guess you can call me overly sensitive. The media does have an effect on us all whether we realize it or not.

I decided to brush off all of my overthinking.

Whenever I had entered a bathroom in a store before, I never took notice to what type of products were being sold next to the bathroom.

So why now?

About two months ago I completed a Dean Graziosi 30 day challenge to improve my thinking. And you know what one of the challenges were¿- watch no news for 7 days .

Still all of the negativity in the media does slip in from our smart phones and the free papers that are shoved on us as we enter the subway.

I did make a mental  note to come back to this particular Macy’s and buy a Haitian basket.  It’s the least that I could do.

And I vowed to not let the media get the best of me again. Question all that’s being thrown at us on a daily basis.

As someone once told me a long time ago, “Don’t believe the hype.”

And that’s the real miracle that can happen to you on 34th St.



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The Humble Potato


By looking at the dish above, you would not know that there was a potato in it at all. It’s a simple dish. A baked potato cut in half sprinkled with sauteed broccoli in coconut oil with just a sprinkle of cheese for flavor and a touch of pink salt.

When I was learning how to cook, I would constantly look for recipes that were complicated and took long hours to make. I wanted to become a really good cook.

A common vegetable like the potato was not a choice for my cooking adventures. Yet, the potato and in this case the white or yellow varieties like the Russet and Yukon Gold are not boring. They really make a difference to your health when cooked properly. Both varieties can usually be found at your local supermarket.

Now when I look at cooking shows and read recipes, I wonder how much of the dish will impact my health? In other words how much of the nutritional value in the ingredients used will be cooked out? I try to find recipes that the home cook can recreate without a hassle. The items to the recipe should be easily found at your local supermarket. No reason for me to travel 30 miles for truffle oil. Extremely pricey as well.

I love the creativity that chefs bring. Really I do. It’s amazing to see foods transformed into pastries, foams, breads, cakes, souffles,  braised and grilled meats and so the list goes on. The oohh and aaah of it all.

Yet, there should be a balance in everything. Especially the foods we eat.

Our day to day eating should be of foods left in their original state as much as possible. This is nothing new, just a reminder post for all you readers.

With more and more of foods being packaged in carton boxes and plastic, there needs to be a reverse in this trend not an increase. The result of food being prepared in this way causes an ever increasing market for vitamins, supplements, as well as the newest spice in pill form to cure our cancers.

So let’s take a look at the humble potato. Taking a closer look at one food item at a time can lead to better choices when you eat.  Let’s begin if you have not already with the potato. Or maybe, you haven’t eaten a potato in long time just because.

In the book “The Doctors Book of Food Remedies,” by Selene Yeager and the Editors of Prevention Health Books, copyright 1998 by Rodale Inc., various authorities on the potato note on pages 439 – 440, state: The potato can be healing as the peel has in it an anticarcinogenic acid. A baked 7 ounce potato with the skin on can give you almost a third of your potassium intake for the day. That same 7 ounce potato also contains about 45 percent of your daily need of vitamin C. end citation.

See what that humble potato can do for you?  The potato is overlooked most of the time as a very nutritious food selection.

Vegetables prepared as close as possible in their natural state are better for you. Baking a potato is better than boiling it. Why? Because most of the nutrients float out into the boiling water. Those nutrients should be in your body instead. And certainly we should stay away from frying potatos. Although, I’ve been guilty in that area about once or twice a year.

So go out and buy a bunch of potatoes. Find a way to put them back into your meal planning. You can bake about 4-6 or more on the weekends and simply reheat during the week for a filling, nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner or even a snack.

Below is a list of different ways potatoes are prepared. If you have a new recipe or way you eat potatoes in your culture or country, I’ll like to know what it is. Send me a post.

The Potato List

Baked potato, twice baked potato, scalloped potatoes, mashed potatoes, cold potato salad, warm potato salad, latkes, potato pancake, potato cake, potato dumplings, smashed potatoes, Shepherd’s pie, stew with potatoes, potato soup, potato chips, french fries, cornbeef hash, steak fries, shoestring potatoes, potato bread, potato doughnut, potato scone, potato skins, potato waffle, potato wedges, poutine, samosas, potato dumplings, Spanish omelette, hash browns, tater tots, potato au gratin, gnocchi, breakfast potatoes, potato fish cakes, spiralized potatoes, potato flour, vodka, roti, and who can ever forget Mr. Potatoe? (he’s plastic and not to be eaten)

However tempting as all of these ways are, always remember that the best way to have a potato is a baked potato. Hold the butter and drizzle with a little olive oil and natural salt instead. A little apple cider vinegar or squeeze of a lemon adds a nice tang to your tastebuds as well.

Cheers to the humble potato. You’ve been underground for far too long.



Women Business Owners in the Harlem Community Celebrating Women’s Month

Harlem Mar 22.pdf – Google Drive

March 15, 2018, celebrating Women Business Owners doing business in Harlem. Thank-you Harlem Community News and Health First for a fabulous day.

Click the link above and I am higlighted on page 15 in March 22nd’s Harlem Community newspaper.

Regine Baptiste