Singing A Song in a Strange Land


I( maybe some of you too) am in a some strange situation that only me and God understands…and really thats all who need to understand it. I try to live my life right, and continue to pray for guidance on the right things to do that Im not too sure about , work on my own salvation. If God let the “saints” have their way in my life….I would be dead, sick, poor,homeless, and a failure. Although the tongues of the so called saint spoke those bad things on me, I have not succumb to not even one of those states of being. I am really blessed. I have some loving friends and family (sometime they get on my damn nerves, stable home and job, good health, romantic and platonic love.  I do have some wants but my needs are all fulfilled. It has been like that for a while. I have prayed through conviction(which is not  a trait of a reprobated mind) and received guidance and blessings in return. Looking back, my anger toward these fake saints blinded me. I couldn’t even see how blessed I was. Im more mature now and tired of the battle in justification and explanation to people who don’t really matter in my salvation. I can talk and explain my strange, abnormal, unorthodox, weird, unusual situation until I’m blue in the face and people still wont understand. So i refuse to do all that anymore. My life has purpose. Im here and on this path for a reason. I know and understand that reason. When I need guidance  know where to get it from. I will continue to singing my song of joy in strange land to strange people.

About Diamond Stylz

Diamond Stylz is a transgender producer/activist/public speaker. She is the host of Marsha's Plate Podcast and the Exe Dir of Black trans Women Inc.From sharing her sultry voice in song, thought leaderships on trans womanist issues,and commentary on life and current events, she will capture your heart.
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3 Responses to Singing A Song in a Strange Land

  1. You do well to avoid, dismiss and otherwise rebuke false “prophets”; they can ONLY be a trouble to your soul…(suggested reading: Bishop Yvette Flunder’s, “Where the Edge Gathers”)


  2. sandra says:

    Girl, it’s platonic.. As in Plato, the ancient Greek philospher. 🙂 *hugs*


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