Bad Marriage For Life #Indeed😰 ..’ #In14Ways #BadMarriageForLife #MercyfulGrace

Written by Anthony Everest

2 is a company. 3 is a crowd. Rest in peace Will Smith and Jada Pinketh Smith’s bad marraige. That T-Shirt don’t fit no more. No mamm. No thanks. Rebuked in the mighty name of Yeshua. Amen ..’ 🧘🏿‍♂️✍🏿

Was minding my own business about this red table talk between the couple but it was everywhere. So I took an interest and it bothered me. Not their arrangement, but the consequence.

Some fans were saying it’s a 4 year old story just revealed, that they are happy now, and it’s none of our business.

True. But, they are also massive public figures on a huge world stage with some social responsibility.

We ride together. We die together. Bad marriage for life ..’ – Will & Jada Pinketh Smith

For me ooo, in my humble opinion, as a besotted fan; who buys into their brand, inspirationally. I do not want to catch a demon.

That is a negative speech, which was not thought through. I get the humour, but it is very unwise. Not good.

Not good for my soul as much as I adore them. And, I am not the only one who picked it up.

We ride together. We die together. Bad marriage for life ..’ – Will & Jada Pinketh Smith

Domestic violence rose by 20 percent during lock down, according to the UN.

There are various forms of domestic abuse. It is verbal and non verbal, too. There is self abuse too. I work in this field.

The tongue is very powerful. You are as you say you are ..’ Sending them all my love❤👈🏿 ..’

This may be the entanglement. Most folks will be. Now you hopefully understand. I do.

Jada Pinket Smith’s story opened me up to something new about rage.

Like her rage needing and wanting healing, we all need God, in these times. In these perilious times, death is cheap. Life #moments ..’ – #In14Ways

Everyone is hurting for something. I hope we can be all be human again. May the rage find healing inside all of us

Transformation not condemnation.

She said about rage hiding her deep sorrow, once. This speaks to my soul. We all know sorrow. Hope healing has begun all round. No one should be in pain. Let love lead the way. I pray for forgiveness and restoration too. Amen ..’


You can see whatever you want to see depending on where you want to see it from. That’s why the earth is spinning ..’

Hope for peace. Prayers for love. Sanctuaries of Grace. Abound daily in our hearts. Amen !!!

When you are privileged to witness the duality of evil in a human, be thankful, rejoice & run. Make no excuses for them. I used to.

My two new favourite words. Rage & Healing. Thanks to Jada Pinket Smith. Who would have thought. The mystery of life working in different introspection. Transformation not condemnation ..

Now I understand❤👈🏿. I think it’s easy to fictitiously walk in someone else’s shoes. We all have pain. It makes us all #human ..’ – #In14Ways

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Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Multi Awardee Conscious Writer / Holistic Jazz Soul Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer. No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts. (C) 2019 MercyfulGrace / Anthony Everest

‘Mariah Carey’ – I love #Mimi ..’ #In14Ways #Mariah #MercyfulGrace

Mariah |Photo Credt – Dennis Leupold

“Mariah, (songwriter, producer, vocalist) – is one of the finest divas, to grace the planet – earth.

Her success, as a recording artiste, of her generation, past and present – is rival to only a few. Her legacy and body of work is shockingly no fairy tale; but her love for music and her legion of adoring fans, world wide, is no walk in the park either – on any rainy day!” :: Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest

Mariah Carey possesses a five-octave vocal range, and was ranked first in a 2003 MTV and Blender magazine countdown of the 22 Greatest Voices in Music, as voted by fans and readers in an online poll.

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Sasha Frere-Jones of The New Yorker adds her timbre possesses various colors, saying, “Carey’s sound changes with nearly every line, mutating from a steely tone to a vibrating growl and then to a humid, breathy coo.”Her wide vocal range allows Carey to take melodies from alto bottom notes to coloratura soprano upper register, and, according to music critic Jim Faber of New York Daily News, she can “cover all the octaves between those voice types], and [possesses] the agility to move between … with swiftness and aplomb.” Carey also possesses what she calls “whisper register”. In an interview with the singer, Ron Givens of Entertainment Weekly described it this way, “first, a rippling, soulful ooh comes rolling effortlessly from her throat: alto. Then, after a quick breath, she goes for the stratosphere, with a sound that nearly changes the barometric pressure in the room. In one brief swoop, she seems to squeal and roar at the same time: whisper register.”

Voice experts praise Carey’s vocal technique, like Stephen Holden who said, “she can deliver very accurate staccatos as well as tricky melismas, and she possesses a beautiful and solid trill in upper register”. Jeanette Lo Vetri states, “Carey is really a great technician. The staccatos are pin point, executed with amazing speed and control, the legato is a marvel of smoothness, she is the supreme mistress of melismas, she always keeps a neutral larynx position— except sometimes in her lower register— and she glides effortlessly from bottom to top and vice versa.” Malcolm Walker adds her vocal lines are “very well led, especially in piano register.”

Mariah on her voice: “I have nodules on my vocal cords. My mother says I’ve had them since I was a kid. That’s why I have the high register and the belting register and I can still be husky. The only thing that really affects my voice is sleep. Sometimes if I’m exhausted, I can’t hit the really high notes.” “My doctors showed me my vocal cords and why I can hit those high notes. It’s a certain part of the cord that not many people use—the very top. My natural voice is low. I have a raspy voice. I’m really more of an alto. But my airy voice can be high if I’m rested. […] When I was little, I’d talk in this really high whisper, and my mom would be like, “You’re being ridiculous.” I thought if I can talk like that I can sing like that. So I started [she goes higher and higher and higher] just messing around with it. I’d practice and practice, and she’d be like, “You’re gonna hurt yourself.” I’d tell her, It doesn’t hurt/ If I were to try and belt two octaves lower than that, that would be a strain.” Amen.

Lower Register:
G#2, A2, Bb2, B2, C3, C#3, D3, Eb3, E3,F3,F#3,G3

Mid/Upper Chest/Belting Register:
Bb4,C5, C#5, D5, Eb5, E5, F5, F#5, G5, G#5

Head Voice Register:
A5, Bb5, B5, C6, C#6, D6

Whistle Register:
Eb6, E6, F6, F#6, G6, G#6, A6, Bb6, B6, C7, C#7, D7, Eb7, E7, F7, F#7, G#7

Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Jazz, Soul-R&B Award Winning Indie Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer & 7X multi award nominee :: No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts ::

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