Guapcoin now accepted on the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard At Sarah Brown’s, Oak Bluff’s Comfort Food

Founder of Guapcoin Tavonia Evans is very proud to see that Guapcoin is now accepted on the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard at the delicious Sarah Brown’s, Oak Bluff’s Comfort Food Restaurant. Guapcoin is “The Cryptocurrency For the Culture, The Real Black Dollar.”

Tavonia Evans and Guapcoin are featured in Black Enterprise.

Martha’s Vineyard is a haven for the well travelled, affluent, Black population and a premier vacation destination for the Black elite. On any given day you might talk to Cheryl Hall, a Black Woman who owns a huge contracting company, and the next morning you might do Tai Chi with Shaka Georges of Circle Fitness, and later that afternoon find yourself sitting at the Gazebo listening to Henry Louis Gates Jr. give a lecture.

There is a plethora of Black professionals who work as authors, lawyers, doctors or actors who have made Martha’s Vineyard their home away from home. Barack Obama is amongst one of the many renowned Blacks who happens to own a home here, and as you may already know, Spike Lee has filmed here and been spotted multiple times over the years.

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Ursula Ward

Ursula Ward is one of the most amazing people I’ve ever met. I lived for just over a year on Fayston St in Dorchester, MA until November 2017. Anytime I would tell people where I lived, they would every single time say “oh yeah, Fayston St is much better now, but back in the day…” And then every time I’d get a

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Each Religion is a Piece of the Puzzle

Ever since I’ve been building the concept of The Circle I’ve been identifying pieces of the puzzle that fit into the whole.

Well I realized the religions of the world are also pieces of a bigger puzzle.

When we piece them together we will get their United true meaning.

Islaam has kept prostration. There were people prostrating on the walls of Ancient Egypt. This is a position of prayer but in reality it is a position for activating higher senses. The pressure is put on

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Belief in Yourself

Belief in yourself is the starting point.  There are going to be people who don’t believe in you.  People who don’t think you can do something.  The trap we sometimes fall into is believing those people, and stop believing in ourselves.

A close family friend reminded me growing up that my mother treated me like a Prince.  She raised me to believe I could do anything I set my mind to.  And I believed her, which developed a belief in myself.  And it worked.  Anything I set my mind to I was in fact able to accomplish.

Over the years through different ups and downs, that belief started to wane.  I actually started to get the label (or I perceived I got the label) village idiot in my family.  And I started believing it.  The Prince mentality that I had grown Continue reading