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  • Good Morning! #2197375 » Posted in: My online family

    Heading to work. Just wanna say hello. Have a wonderful day. Hope all is clear & bright.

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  • Rose USA #2197373 » Posted in: My online family

    I "like" this! never followed that train of thought..... wow!....makes me go aaaaaaaah, ha!..............."EVERYONE CAN'T AFFORD THE LUXURY OF MY FRIENDSHIP"....!!! a word well received, a word well understood....Thank you Mrs.Butter.Bless your heart.....

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  • Mrsbutter Newark NJ #2197370 » Posted in: My online family

    #TBT Today's Daily Inspiration "Never be too proud to ask for help and advice from others, and learn to be receptive to their words. Lord, when others come to me for counsel, give me ears to listen and the right words to respond." Random Daily Inspiration "Remember to always thank the Lord for your many opportunities. Day by day, through study and work, He will help you to reach higher levels of character. Lord, in my daily climb, please continue to guide me to greater heights." "Have you ever noticed that Rolls Royce and Bentley don't have commercials? REASON: They know the value of their product that brings customers to them. LESSON: When you know your value, you don't have to beg people to be your mate, to spend time with you or love you. Be confident in who GOD made you to be. Everyone can't afford the luxury of your friendship."

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    • Like This #2197372

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    • *.* #2197377

      Amen too that!.

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    • I'm so Lovebug #2197393

      Glad Jesus Christ sees all humans as luxury! His love is the greatest and bought with the highest price that money can't buy.His precious blood. No Bentley compares to that! No where near Jehovah Almighty God! Ok I'm good then!

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  • Valerian FL #2197368 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello my name is Valerian and I have been a single father of 4 teenagers 17,16,15 and 14 going on 8 years. I was married to my kids mother for 8 years and together for 15. I was a youth Pastor while I was married. My children mother left my children and I for a man she met online for a little under a year. Only to return to my children and I on drugs. I allowed her back to try to resolve the relationship and work things out. But due to trust issues we separated. I got angry at God and lost my mind due to not having my kids. Moved to Boston only to live a crazy life of hustling counterfeit items and became a depressed drunk. While I was in Boston I lost contact with my kids due to my wife lifestyle that had her jumping from drug house to drug houses. The state got involved and took the children from her. When the kids was placed in the foster care system my ex wife told them that I had abandoned my children. For a little over 2 years I had no idea where my children were. I found out about a year into them being in the Foster system. I was told I had 6 months to notify the Cleveland Ohio caseworker and that my kids were going through the adoption process. I had to fight over 2 years to receive custody of my 4 children. I did everything the courts had requested in my case plan classes in 6 months. I received custody of my kids at the ages of 9,8,7, and 6 years of age. It has been a long and hard road in providing to maintain reliable employment and housing for my family. When we moved to Orlando we fell into hard times again and was homeless. My kids and I lived at the Mission for a little over a year. While I was there I cleared up my debt and finished the program. And was able to save $17,000. When I moved I was able to pay off my rent for the first year and live comfortably while working. Since then we have lived in the same home going on two years. I have started a video production company with in the last year doing event videography. It has been hard and find myself struggling once again to maintain stable work and provide for my children. Sometimes I feel like quitting and giving my children to family. I love my kids and have fought many battles to keep us together. I am far from perfect but put my trust in God daily. And that's what gives me the hope to keep fighting on a daily basis. I feel like there are men that are in similar situations that need to hear my story of redemption and restoration. Thank you for your time and hope to hear back from you.

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  • TEE TEE merrillville in #2197358 » Posted in: My online family

    PLEASE READ # IN MY ONLINE FAMILY

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  • Love Grows Here #2197354 » Posted in: My online family

    *yawn* Good morning, good night Tyler.

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  • Ada Grant Thompson Plymouth, Minnesota #2197353 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey Tyler how are you and baby Aman doing very well I pray. I am doing alright just looking for a job before college starts back up for me it starts in August on the 22th and I am ready for it to start.Well have a great summer you and baby Aman I have been sending you comments but I don't know if you are getting them it's cool I just keep on sending them to you. And I thank you if you are reading them from me to you. Peace my brother, love always Miss. Ada G. Thompson I am going to keep on praying on a daily basis.

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  • Latricia #2197351 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello Mr. Tyler Perry, out of all of your accomplishments in your career, I'm most proud of you for the focus, priority and success that you have invested into your Health and Wellness. I'd love to continue to keep you and your staff fit and healthy by becoming the director of fitness at your studios. I've spent the last 20 years of my life dedicated to guiding, changing and teaching diverse individuals how to live healthier lifestyles the right way. I have a m***** degree in Exercise Science, I'm a certified exercise physiologist professional by the gold standard organization ACSM-CEP, I'm also a certified yoga instructor, certified stretch therapist and a license therapeutic massage therapist. I'm athletic, I'm a Vegan, I'm passionate about helping people and I'm honest & loyal, I'm THE COMPLETE PACKAGE. I'd love to become apart of your team/family and add balance, health, fitness and wellness to your organization. I believe that our greatest success is taking care of our total health in mind, body and spirit. I look forward to hearing from you and adding longevity, good vibes and health to your organization. God Bless!!

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  • Tammie Hills Brazoria,Texas #2197342 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello Mr. Tyler. I hope you are doing. This is my 6th time leaving you a message regarding Educate7, a non-profit scholarship started by my youngest sister when our mother Missionary Shirley Temple Hills passed away. It is a scholarship started to keep our mother's legacy alive and to give 7 scholarships to local high school graduates. We are asking for your help with a donation in order to keep the scholarship going and possibly grow. Please visit Educate7.org to make a donation. Also please contact me with the contact information left above. Thank you.

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  • Gwen McCloud Chicago #2197335 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Mr.Tyler Perry My mother Mary Ellen Albert was one of your biggest fans. She was 91 years young.she passed away last week in Chicago Il.after a massive stroke.God called her home.Thank you so mush for all the laughter and love you have brought into our home and hearts.continued success to you.

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  • Meyon Quincy Fl 32351 #2197334 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey Tyler perry how are you ? I just want to say keep the good work up everytime my mom and grandma looking at tv i know it something dealing with you. They only watch you. Once again keep up the good work

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  • Robyn Wilmington, DE #2197333 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Mr. Perry, I am writing this message with urgency because my agency is facing a crisis and the lives of men and women are at stake. Sojourners' Place is a 501c(3) non-profit organization located in Wilmington, Delaware and we have been in operation since 1991. Our primary objective is to assist individuals who are homeless in the tri-state area by providing housing, nutritious meals, job readiness training, financial literacy, and education. Since 1991, Sojourners' Place has assisted over 1600 individuals, 250 formerly incarcerated men, and over 100 homeless Veterans. Individuals have successfully moved from or program and returned back into the community as independent and contributing citizens. Sojourners' Place alumni often return to our program to volunteer, mentor and sponsor the current residents. Our services are offered without cost and are applied with compassion and respect for the dignity of each person. Sojourners' Place relies on contributions from private donors, though in recent years, donations and housing funds in the state have continued to dwindle. Our dedicated staff continues to be committed even though all have taken a ten percent reduction in pay since September 2015. We have made a significant impact on so many lives and I am afraid for the future of my agency and the men and women who rely on us. The vision of Sojourners' Place is to continue helping not only the individuals on a personal level, but the community as a whole by working from the bottom up. I am personally asking if you can find it in your heart to make a donation to our agency so that our program can continue. Should you wish to visit or talk to our dedicated staff, you are most welcome to visit. Also please visit our website at www.sojournersplace.org. Sincerely, Robyn Beck-Gott,MHS Director of Operations

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