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The Road2Wholeness Blog

The Road2Wholeness Blog is an offering of the GEMS I've been collecting along my personal road to wholeness.  The purpose of this Blog is to encourage, empower, and enrich the lives of women who are pursuing healing.     

I am a writer, teacher, thinker, and speaker.  Ultimately, my interest resides in the areas of Emotional Wellness, Spiritual Awareness, and Personal Development.  

Here's What I Believe...

I believe our Road2Wholeness to be a road to remembering our Divine Birthright, and I encourage those who feel broken to begin the journey of remembering through the practice of stillness.     
On the blog, I mainly share insights on Self-Love, God's Love, Forgiveness, Purging Toxic Emotions, Emotional Weight Loss, and Mindset Building; all of which I've had to develop, bring into awareness, or overcome personally.  In each blog that I write, my goal is to go beyond the surface, in order to help uproot the idea of brokenness and inefficiency

To learn more about me and the mission of The Road2Wholeness Blog, visit the "about" page.  Once again, I welcome you and I invite you to take a stroll with The Road2Wholeness Blog!!
New Suspended-Release Novel​​
Freeborn, a novel
“Funny, even as I sat for months knowing my mother was leaving me, I hadn’t really thought to pray.  The image of my sister had left a stronger impression on me than I ever would have imagined it could.  I didn’t kneel or anything, but I prayed.

                   -more from Freeborn
Freeborn is the first novel in the suspended-release novel series "The Decks and the Road".  The book is an extension of the already established foundation by the author NaTisha R. Williams, of characterizing ‘the decks of our lives’ and ‘the ­roads of our lives’.  Freeborn is a pull from the deck.  In this offering, Williams reveals the family origins of some of her most beloved characters, while delivering a soulful, healing, and compelling story.­
Freeborn strikes a delicate balance between the use of the man and the woman in the building of family legacies.  The book also seeks to show some of the misunderstandings that keep those legacies from moving forward.  The author follows suit in continuing to expose emotional grievances in the lives of her characters.  Expect to be moved.
Read Freeborn at: thedecksandtheroad.blogspot.com

“For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by the slave woman and the other by the free woman.  His son by the slave woman was born according to the flesh, but his son by the free woman was born as the result of a divine promise.”​
Galatians 4:22-23