Friday, May 30, 2014


Top 10 Best Of Maya Angelou Most Powerful Quotes

 Top 10 Best Of  Maya Angelou Most Powerful Quotes
Dr. Maya Angelou is best known for her poems and essays, Maya Angelou was a true  21st century Rennaisance woman. She passed on Wednesday May 28, at the age of 86.  
As a poet, author, memoirist, dancer,playwright, director, performer, actress, professor, producer, mother, singer and civil right's activist, "I have created myself," she told USA Today. "I have taught myself so much." 
One of her most popular and well know books ,"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" was published in 1969, it lyrically recounted her years growing up in the Jim Crow South. Her memoir was one of the first autobiographies by a 20th century African American woman to reach a mainstream readership. Despite her brilliant work, several attempts were made to ban her books from some US libraries, but her works are widely used in schools and universities worldwide.
Dr. Maya was known to challenge the common structure of the autobiography by critiquing,changing, and expanding the genre. Most of her books center on racism,self identity, love,family and travel. 
Maya was a prolific and successful poet.She was called the "Black Woman's Poet Laureate' , and her poems as been dubbed as "the anthems of African Americans".
In addition to her six volumes of autobiographies, Dr.Angelou was also know for her iconic poems including "Still I Rise," which Nelson Mandela read aloud at his presidential inauguration. 
Dr. Maya Angelou may be gone but her spirit and her beautiful and powerful words of wisdom will live on forever. Her best advice can teach us how to live our lives better and how to be conscious of the words we choose to speak, to write, and to live by. 

Here are our top 10 favorite quotes of  Maya Angelou that we love. Enjoy and remember to share the love and wisdom.

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Happy Friday- Inspirational Quote Of The Day: “We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” Dr. Maya Angelou

Happy Friday!  “We may encounter many defeats but we 

must not be defeated.”

Dr. Maya Angelou 

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Remembering Dr. Maya Angelou: "Be a Rainbow in Someone Else's Cloud" Oprah’s Master Class

Remembering Dr. Maya Angelou: "Be a Rainbow in Someone Else's Cloud" 
Watch Oprah’s Master Class Interview With Dr. Angelou

                                               Watch Oprah Presents Master Class with Maya Angelou in Educational & How-To  | is deeply saddened as we learned about the passing of one our beloved poets, Maya Angelou. While Dr. Angelou's body may be gone, her beautiful and kind spirit along with her loving words  and wisdom will resonate forever.

Dr. Maya was one of the first guests who appeared on Oprah Winfrey’s Master Class on June 16 ,2011.  
She explored the mysteries of her creative process, the "Power Of Words" and  how love liberate us. She described how words enter our walls, our clothing, and infiltrates. Words are extremely powerful. They stay with people; they can shape people and sometimes they change people.

Dr. Angelou opened up like never before as she described the traumatic events of her childhood and the courage she found to overcome them. The legend offered her best wisdom, abundant advice and the lessons she was still learning at age 82.

shared her wisdom on a range of topics ranging from her deep-rooted confidence, her hate for modesty, the responsibility of standing up for yourself, the poison of negativity and the relationship between love and liberation.

Dr. Maya Angelou spoke of being conscious of the words we choose to speak, to write, to live by.

>>>The next time you speak envision the words penetrating through your skin right into your heart. Then look up and picture them penetrating those around you who hear them.
>>>Do you want to be a rainbow in their life or a dark cloud? We are all given that choice to make.

What Lessons Have You Learned From Dr. Maya? Tell Us In The Comments Below.

R.I.P. Dr. Maya Angelou

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

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Ladiesfashionsense: Remembering Dr. Maya Angelou

I Am A Woman Phenomenally, Phenomenal Women,

that's me.

Dr. Maya Angelou

In Memoriam: Maya Angelou 
April 4,1928- May 28, 2014

Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Ann Johnson on April 4, 1928 in Saint Louis, Missouri. The award-winning author, renowed poet and civil rights activist Dr. Maya Angelou passed on her Winston-Salem, N.C ,home Wednesday morning (5/28/2014). She was 86 years old. She was a prolific African-American author, poet,  dancer ,  singer, actress, memoirist, poet, director, and cook . 

She published seven autobiographies, three books of essays, and several books of poetry, and is credited with a list of plays, movies, and television shows spanning more than fifty years. 

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She received dozens of awards which include two Presidential Medal Awards; a Presidential National Medal of Arts by former President Bill Clinton and one Presidential Medal Of Freedom from President Obama. In addition, she possessed over 30 honorary doctoral degrees. She was nominated for a Tony, and a Pulitzer; she won three Grammys for her spoken word albums.

Dr. Maya Angelou Received The Presidential Medal Of  Freedom From President Barack Obama In 2011.
 Maya Angelou Received Presidential Medal Of Freedom From President Obama

 Dr. Maya Angelou Received The National Medal Of Arts From Former President Bill Clinton In 2000.
 Maya Angelou Received National Medal Of Arts From Former President Bill Clinton

She was a mother, grandmother, mentor and an activist. She was a powerful voice whose words and influence will long resonate. But above all, Maya Angelou was a  phenomenal woman and an amazing gift to humanity.

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We Salute you phenomenal woman, Dr. Angelou.

What's your favorite Maya Angelou's Quote?

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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