Song of the Week: Jennifer Hudson – I GOT THIS LYRICS

I am really feeling this new Jennifer Hudson song! I love the strength of this song and it stands as a testament for all that she has had to endure to become a professional singer. Her story echo’s so many of our own if you stop to think about it. How many times has someone said that you couldn’t achieve one of your goals? How many times have you heard that your dream is an impossible one? Am I striking a nerve yet?

Was there ever a time when those closest to you doubted your ability, or talents? Did their nay-saying motivate you or did you second guess yourself?

Well, whatever happened previously, I hope that this song will give you the encouragement to press forward and follow your dreams and reach for your goals!

Love,

Sammie

JENNIFER HUDSON – I GOT THIS LYRICS.

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One thought on “Song of the Week: Jennifer Hudson – I GOT THIS LYRICS

  1. True, it is false, love isn't a color. Mind you, these days pink is the new black and black is the new black, and what is true for Popper is false for Descartes.As for love, I think that love is odd. I had a gflnirierd and I loved her (indeed love her) to bits. But she kept putting on weight, and I couldn't hide my disconsolation. She is smart, and picked up on it, and confronted me with it, and I said nothing long enough that I might have well have answered. Well. That was the end of that (she kept putting on the weight afterward as well). We could dive in on weight issues, stereotypes and so forth, but that misses the point, which is that you feel as you feel about these things and shouldn't have to rationalize such personal preferences.I think she thought that the flaw was with me. However, I once decided that I was not going to go down that path again, because I feel tricked when I make a commitment based on certain expectations (such as physical expectations) and then the rules are changed. It is like when a spouse (or whatever) decides he or she wants six children, and this was not the original deal.It's all irrational, and seems to work independent of sexuality, at least for many guys, and certainly for several women I know. Like they say in The God Delusion, you can't make yourself believe something. You either do or do not.

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