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Apr 22, 2014

Stay connected with RokitaRochelle’s Music…

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#TrusTheProcess

Apr 22, 2014

Click the Link to check out my music and here a preview of my debut single “NeverMind”! #RokitaRochelle #TrusTheProcess

I’m so very very very proud of myself!!! 

If you don’t listen to thernbchannel.com already there’s the link lock them in they play nothing but good music from our favorite artist and they always dropping the hottest music 1st!! 
I’ve been listening to them since mid last year and look at God!! I’m so overwhelmed with thanks & joy right now!!!

Haven’t heard “NeverMind” click the link in my bio! Get familiar xoxo

#RokitaRochelle
#TrusTheProcess
#WantHEdoIt
#singersongwriter
Apr 22, 2014

I’m so very very very proud of myself!!!

If you don’t listen to thernbchannel.com already there’s the link lock them in they play nothing but good music from our favorite artist and they always dropping the hottest music 1st!!
I’ve been listening to them since mid last year and look at God!! I’m so overwhelmed with thanks & joy right now!!!

Haven’t heard “NeverMind” click the link in my bio! Get familiar xoxo

#RokitaRochelle
#TrusTheProcess
#WantHEdoIt
#singersongwriter

Jan 16, 2014
There was passion in his voice as he delivered the “I Have a Dream" speech, very big and rickety it sound! Behind that passion was a trembling that represented the enormous movement his words and actions were causing amongst the people. 

 

The energy he created over the period of time leading to that day August 28 1963, was filled with love, sweat, blood and tears, yet most importantly spirit; that even in his death  his speech is profoundly alive! 

 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. work is still being done you can see it in media coverage or local communities, as people pull together to rid our world of hate and the line that divide us physically, racism. You can see it as little boys and girls black, brown, yellow and white laugh and play together at recess! You can see it as a white old man holds the door for a black young lady to enter a restaurant, store or gas station! You can see it in churches where people of all color join to congregate. You can see it in education on all levels, legislation and humanity as a whole!

 

You see to me I think his dream was simple, love for all man-kind because it’s the right thing to do, because together we are powerful, because hate begets more hate, because love and unity builds a strong neighborhood, community, county, state, country, world! Though his life was ended on April 4th 1968, the dream and its purpose still live on!

 

There’s no doubt we all still have work to do, but I’m convinced by the unity I witness during the Trayvon Martin rallies, we as a people, not a color, can continue on to do great works! No matter the audience, no matter if it goes un-notice publicly, just remember we all are a part of something bigger than us!  

 

~It is our responsibility to walk in the essence of the dream~



Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Jan 15, 2014

There was passion in his voice as he delivered the “I Have a Dream" speech, very big and rickety it sound! Behind that passion was a trembling that represented the enormous movement his words and actions were causing amongst the people.

 

The energy he created over the period of time leading to that day August 28 1963, was filled with love, sweat, blood and tears, yet most importantly spirit; that even in his death  his speech is profoundly alive!

 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. work is still being done you can see it in media coverage or local communities, as people pull together to rid our world of hate and the line that divide us physically, racism. You can see it as little boys and girls black, brown, yellow and white laugh and play together at recess! You can see it as a white old man holds the door for a black young lady to enter a restaurant, store or gas station! You can see it in churches where people of all color join to congregate. You can see it in education on all levels, legislation and humanity as a whole!

 

You see to me I think his dream was simple, love for all man-kind because it’s the right thing to do, because together we are powerful, because hate begets more hate, because love and unity builds a strong neighborhood, community, county, state, country, world! Though his life was ended on April 4th 1968, the dream and its purpose still live on!

 

There’s no doubt we all still have work to do, but I’m convinced by the unity I witness during the Trayvon Martin rallies, we as a people, not a color, can continue on to do great works! No matter the audience, no matter if it goes un-notice publicly, just remember we all are a part of something bigger than us!  

 

~It is our responsibility to walk in the essence of the dream~

Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan 14, 2014 / 1 note

Nevermind- written by myself

check it out!

Dec 16, 2013
Dec 8, 2013

I will go on

The attention may cease

The likes may die down

The crowd may not exist

Yet I will go on

The time will change

The “ins” will be “outs”

The sound may not be heard

Yet I will go on;

In life there’s a constant

Time and change,

In me there’s a passion

Love and Courage;

No defeat can rid it

No fear can supress it

So as time bring about change

And as “ins” go to “outs”

And shouts fade away

I won’t, IT won’t;

I will forever go on…

Dec 8, 2013
Oct 28, 2013 / 1 note

Ah..Ha

I am convinced that I have been given the oppurtunity to create my life, you do know that’s an oppurtunity right?