THE OMO MISHA
VOLUME V 2003 september
You thought I fell off, didn’t
a chance! I’m still alive and kicking, doing a million
things at once, and trying to get what I want out of people.
(Somebody get me a gun! Just kidding :-) Trying to give a
little too in the process – Musn’t forget that!!!
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Without further ado, here is the latest
and long overdue from The Omo Misha Camp :)! For those of
you who were waiting and wondering in anticipation, sorry
for the delay. I needed only to sit still long enough to gather
my ideas and thrust them out upon the world. Hope I am worth
In This Issue
"Family Portraits" by Joe Grant
Prez Bush's Resume
Love for Michael Jackson
Me, me, me....
...And, boy did you have a
lot to say! For anyone (else) who may have taken
offense to my editorial on “Truth”, I can only
apologize that you took it so literally. My point was simply
that I respect everyone’s beliefs….and that no
religion has a monopoly on the truth – and, yes, that
includes yours. Your expressions are appreciated nonetheless,
THANK YOU for getting in touch! Although we may have our differences,
that doesn’t mean we can’t be friends :)
Cool mag. I liked the joke about
the parrot and the parrot's son:) Wicked. Mind if I
send you blurb's that I may come across from time to time?
Not necessarily jokey but hey.
Omo Misha means Misha child, then Awon
omo Misha means Misha children From a yoruba man.
Misha, let the creative juices flow
girl! Looks good.
Shawn Dove, NYC
Well, I have read your newsletter before
and enjoyed it. However, this issue stopped me in my
tracks when I read your article entitled "Truth".
I didn't realize until now that you was a confused and misinformed
young lady. I'm referring to your statement that you
believe in God, Buddah, etc. That's not possible.
You can't believe in God and then say you believe in Buddah
etc. They are are apples and oranges or night and day
or hot and cold do you feel me? Apparently, you don't
know God or you wouldn't have made that ignorant statement.
And I don't mean to insult you but the word of God says "my
people are destroyed for lack of knowledge". There
is "no other God" he is the one and only.
Please ... don't say you believe in God if you don't know
him. And that is evident by the fact that you would
make a statement like that. I apologize if I offended
you, I really am writing you this note in love. Please
just read the "Book" and find yourself a spirit
filled, Bible teaching church to attend. I was so offended
(as a God loving Christian), and appalled because your newsletter
was going to so many people who would probably be influenced
by you. It saddens me so.....
Much love to you.
Thank you for the email - checked into
your site and the jewelry is beautiful!
We make jewelry here in India too (Goa
and Jaipur). We'd love to have your feedback on our work!
Look forward to future Misha Times.
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