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Tru-Sense is the fruit of Patricia Lee's  labor to understand a world of greed, violence, hatred and disregard of basic human values.  To offer her friends, her family, and her community alternative ways of thinking and problem solving, she has distilled her "two cents worth" into a series of short messages focused on love, hope and healing.  When she asks the Lord to guide her steps, she makes the commitment to move her feet to seek and communicate the truth as the basis for action.  Reading her book is like finding an oasis in the desert.

Val Reed, Coordinator of the First Monday Poetry Group and editor of First Fruits, an anthology of poems by senior citizens
This is a book of questions where nothing is too sacred or too big to question.  The author does not pretend to have all the answers but without questions, how would we ever get answers?
If you want to get an idea of the perspective of at least one outspoken African American, read this book.   If you want to know who the African American heroes are, their philosophers and their spiritual leaders, read this book.

If you would like to understand something of their historical view of America, Christianity and society today, read this book.  My Tru-Sense is structured so that you can take it one piece at a time and choose your preferred topic as you go.
I have talked with geniuses and I have talked with imbeciles; they have both given me wisdom and bull.  However, out of all my conversations with Ms. My Tru-Sense, I have always gotten the same thing every time; the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God!  That is why this truth, My Tru-Sense, has to be told over and over again.  Most of our children don't have two parents, much less two grandparents, and we have very few authors to write our story and history.  This is by far one of the best ways to pass on our legacy to our children so that they can know their history, their meaning, and most importantly the spirit of our story.  Without this key information, the story might be too dry and boring for some people.  But in story form anyone can read it, understand it, enjoy it, and easily remember it.  This is the perfect vehicle to go on and on forever and a day!!!!




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Patricia Lee is a native of Mississippi now residi ng in Tennessee and just knows she has roots in Tibet. She was given the African name of Wamaru by Minister Suhkara Yahweh, meaning beautiful black one, and naming herself a Tibetian name called Tashi, meaning prosperous and auspicious, along with being a lover of humanity, she is also a lover of nature.  Now with the release of her 4th volume of My Tru-Sense with at least 8 more volumes in the wings, she has a deep quest for knowledge as you may identify in her picture with books at her feet as well as under her wings.  As she chose the owl, a symbol of wisdom, as an icon for the Myles Family Foundation School of Thought; let My Tru-Sense be a symbol of wisdom for you as well.

Patricia Lee was born August 28, 1960 in Lake Cormorant, Mississippi.  She graduated from Hamilton High School in the top 5% of her class and attended LeMoyne Owen College.  She is listed in the Who’s Who Among American High School Students in 1977.  She had previous employment with the Internal Revenue Service and Federal Express.  Upon retiring, she became an independent business owner.  She is a minister, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, teacher, community initiator, poet, author and most of all a drum major for love.  She is the mother of three and grandmother of thirteen, eleven to be warriors and two princesses, and the great grandmother of three princesses.  She founded the Myles Family Foundation in 2009 to bind the generations of her family from the old to the young.  She wanted the youth to know and appreciate the sacrifices the elders made so that their generation could have a brighter future.  In 2014 she founded the Umoja Foundation and currently serves as the Chairwoman. The vision of the Umoja Foundation is to strengthen the family, to bind the community and build a stronger nation for our children.  The nine founding members of the Umoja Foundation are dedicated to making that mission a reality.   She previously hosted the My Tru-Sense Broadcast on 1600AM WMQM radio station and Y0-HITS internet radio and telecast.
She resides in Memphis, Tennessee where she has become affiliated with many organizations.  She was awarded the Umoja Award of the year sponsored by Mid-South Kwanzaa on January 1, 2014.  She was also awarded the opportunity to be a panelist at the Memphis Black Expo with Dick Gregory and other outstanding community leaders in 2016.  She received two literary awards from CORR (Commission on Religion and Racism) one being the Pioneer of the Year for her writing excellence.  Also in 2016 she was inducted into the Stone Awards Hall of Fame at their 21st annual celebration being granted the Ma & 9 Mustard Seeds ‘Eben Award’ ,  received the Book of Authors Eben Award in 2017 and on October 20, 2018 she received the MLK50 Award at the 23rd Annual Stone Awards. The Umoja Foundation was awarded the Ophelia Watson Flowers award by BURE (Businesses United Recognizing Educators) in January 2017 and she also received Author of the Year. She was awarded the Community Service Award by Black Thread Productions and recognized and dedicated as an elder by Mpower Memphis.   She participated in the 2nd Annual Book Signing hosted by the Barbara Gaskins Readers’ Choice Book Club.  She hosts the My Tru-Sense telecast that airs on inside of Butterflyy’s Creative Café’ that began August 8, 2018.  She received 2nd place in a Toastmasters Contest “So You Think You Can Speak” held by Uptown Toastmasters on November 9, 2018.  Determined to incorporate all the principles of the Nguzo Saba surrounding Kwanzaa into her daily life she has had the pleasure of serving as Queen on four occasions over the past several years.  She is a strong advocate of community coalition bringing the various civic and social organizations together for a common cause.  Her favorite quote is one she created some years ago and that quote is “Without U there is no Us and Without Us there is no U”.  She is a Lady and a Leader, she is a Female and a Fighter she is a Woman and a Warrior, Ms. Patricia Lee.

 Patricia Lee

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