The wit and wisdom of Whoopi Goldgerg is here. The courage, grace and dignity of Maya Angelou is here. The vunerability and open guidance of personal conviction which Opra, shows us all, is here. Thank YOU, Earthlyn, for providing a simple but vibrant text for us all, Black, White, Hispanic,Native American, Asian, and any other combination of the above. We needed you. We need this. The vibrance of the cards key to the message from the text and remain a reassuring guide for our growth.
Earthlyn Manuel, whose name signifies the spice of life, has written a gift for all women. Over the centuries, especially here, in the U.S.A., Black women have had to fight for their dignity, strength and individuality, in a way that few can undrestand. The author does. And with great courage, tenderness and intrinsic conviction, presents the truth about us all. She writes for the Black woman who has maintained through it all. She writes of her srengths and her challenges, her foibles and her flaws. But most of all, she writes of the courage and love and power of the goddess in each of us. Black women are strong women. They could not have survived if they weren't. Many are my heros.