Aja Patrice (Director Kitty) is a Director/Photographer/Writer/Graphic Designer & Singer currently based in Los Angeles, California working in independent commercial advertising, web docs, music videos, short films & features, and broadcast media. She is currently available for freelance work with production studios, agencies, and direct to client projects. To
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This month [December] can be used not only to prepare for the new year 2014, but also to reflect on the year in its entirety. All the trials and tribulations, lessons taught and learned; while maintaining humility, compassion, love and respect for myself and others can be/was difficult at times. But it can be done!
I’ve learned not to judge those solely based on what the eye can see [because they seem like good human beings]; it can truly harm you in the long run.
I observe much more and with that realization God has granted me more wisdom. I’ve also gained a wealth of knowledge from learning that who I am is truly is everything that I want to be. I won’t change being too “nice”, square, giving or being selfless to those who honor the truth and are trustworthy.
However, I will be immensely keen about removing those who don’t reflect my same values from my life. As I continue to work on my flaws. And, strive to live a life of graciousness and love above all material things.
Thank you God for your continuous strength and clarity. I cannot wait to see what great things are in store for my life and for the collective few around me that respect your power! (at The West Side Heaven)
My Daddy is a survivor of prostate cancer which means men’s health & awareness is even more important to me now more then ever before. Especially for men of color and overall! Please join my, team, grow mustache or beard to support and you can even donate to the awesome cause! Ladies you can join me too! Become a Mo’ Sista in my crew!
"There is always something to do. There are hungry people to feed, naked people to clothe, sick people to comfort and make well. And while I don’t expect you to save the world I do think it’s not asking too much for you to love those with whom you sleep, share the happiness of those whom you call friend, engage those among you who are visionary and remove from your live those who offer you depression, despair and disrespect."