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Why Did You Make Me God?

From time to time, Rosa lost faith.

She continued to experience another form of violence. This time it was racism as she tried to find work, housing, support and career direction. She began to doubt herself and to question her existence. She continued to live in isolation, feeling sad, hopeless, lonely and confused, but the warrior did not abandon her.

The warrior kept reminding her of her strength and abilities. She was reminded that she’s big and strong. She was encouraged to take up space which she deserved and that she can manage the challenges that confronted her. She kept hearing the warrior’s musical voice in her head reminding her that support was available to her and that racism must be stomped out.

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