The Queen Bee: Before I was black

The Queen Bee: Before I was black

by Dorothy Bee Williams
The Queen Bee: Before I was black

The Queen Bee: Before I was black

by Dorothy Bee Williams

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Overview

We all have greatness inside of us, as well all are created in the image of God. We have to dig deep sometimes to find it, explore it and develop it. Many obstructions and obstacles will come before that greatness at times, nonetheless, we must endure and make our greatness a success for us. If the obstacle is a label placed on us by a society such as the color of our skin, we can yet be the best that we can be and that is the victory. No weapon formed against us shall prosper when we believe and especially if the weapon is inside us having been grilled into our belief system.

My story exemplifies self-discovery, redemption, revival and transformation. We all travel different roads, with medical and psychiatric afflictions, regardless, as victims of incest, child abuse, rape, domestic violence, alcohol and drug addiction, military sexual trauma, we are victorious if we dig inside and discover our own personal greatness. These afflictions are just difficulties we can overcome and defeat in some measure. Not everyone wants riches and fame, but to fulfill a greatness of peace within ourselves is prosperity, and dreams no matter how small or large can come true. I'm just a nobody trying to tell everybody that we are all somebody and we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength to move forward and ahead on a positive road. Just believe in yourself.

Dorothy Bee Williams, "The Queen Bee" is a retired and disabled US Army veteran living in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. A survivor of child abuse, rape, domestic violence, drugs and alcohol abuse, military sexual trauma, brain surgery and racism, she is the epitome of resilience and fortitude. With a 2019 Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Jackson State University and a 2005 Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design from Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona, Dorothy has won many fine arts competitions and received numerous awards. She has also had her work on exhibitions at Mississippi Museum of Art. Dorothy won the Editor's Choice Award from the International Poetry Society for her poem "I Was There". Winning 1st Place nationwide for her paper collage in the National Veteran Creative Arts Festival, entitled "The Eyes Have It" in 2002, Dorothy is a master artist. Her favorite medium is clay sculpting in which she says she can feel a glimpse of what God must have felt when he molded man from clay. Dorothy is a Woman of God and gives God the Glory for everything she is today, everything she has been and everything she is going to be in the future. She has no children but has hope that her God baby Princess Imoni Danielle and others will one day be able to reap the fruit of her legacy.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781960758316
Publisher: Aspire Publishing Hub, LLC
Publication date: 06/09/2023
Pages: 86
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)
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