top of page

Red light, red flag!

Red light. What's the purpose for red lights? Why do we tend to ignore "red flags" in relationships. Red lights have the same purpose as red flags--to make us pump our breaks. As we approach red lights, we usually respond by stopping. We do not slow down. The yellow light prompts us to slow down. The red and yellow lights have clear and distinct functions. The functions are not to be confused or used interchangeably. The same manner in which we respond to red lights, we should approach "red flags" in any situation and/or relationships. It is imperative that we do more than slow down. We should pump our brakes and stop. Stopping allows us to access the direction we are headed. Stopping allows us to take note of inventory of those things that are around us. After careful observation of inventory of those things around us AND taking heed to all of the warnings, we will discover we need to stop. We should not pass go, we should not collect $200.

22 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Where is your natural habitat?

I have an ivory plant that I intentionally kept inside. I didn't want to expose it to the Corona air. I continued to water it. A few leaves died. I simply plucked the dead leaves AND placed that same

Look At Me!

Look at ME!! Do you remember as kids, wanting the attention of our elders or friends? Excited about something!! Whatever happened to "that" kid in us? Somewhere along the way, we traded the kid in us

The seed

A seed is small. If not careful, you can misplace or loose it. One seed is all that is needed to yield an offspring of its kind. When a seed is planted, that seed will take residence in whatever space


bottom of page