Doesn't sound particularly cryptic, sounds exactly like what R4 posted.
Did someone say 'check'?
R3, hit the nail on the head. I would also add that we should show respect and honor those that paved the way for our success, is a part of her message.
You hear that, youngergays?
Re R3: she said exactly this to the big O on Super Soul Sunday today.
Maybe y'all don't get OWN on your cable systems?
I like how R3 put it better.
The cryptic shit makes it sound like people are smarter than everyone else and tah'ts why they spin it that way.
I kinda want to marry r11
I'm partial to her "Why in the blazin' bajeezus...?" gem from last week's "Iyanla: Fix My Life" episode.
R11 and R12 made me LOL
"apply for that Walmart greeter position ASAP"
Iyanla is fixing lives on OWN right as I type this.
Discover your Divine self, so that tomorrow you can show up in your true divine color.
[quote]Eldergay who fought for you
I wish she'd fix my life.
Truly, truly, truly so cryptic...
I love her. She seems like a genuinely good and nice person. She has been through A LOT of shit in her life too. Except for her belief in god, I agree with her about everything else. I love watching "Iyanla Fix My Life". It's funny too with her methods of making people accept what they don't want to hear (the truth).
I also wonder if she's making some kind of reference to the metaphor of the "check" in his "I Have a Dream" speech?
(Has anyone else wondered if MLK got his line "I have a dream" from "Gypsy"--"I had a dream"? Was MLK a closeted show queen?)