Children of Mixed Ethnicity – Lenon Honor


This week I decided to check out Lenon Honor, writer, musician, video producer, talk show host, and counselor. His website has provided a wealth of information and inspiration in regards to manhood, fatherhood, marriage, children, family, and personal growth.

Lenon Honor is the writer of two published books. The first, “Writings for the Fathers of the World of Tomorrow” was written to inspire current and future parents and to encourage healthy relationships between fathers and sons. The second book, “Deep in the Garden of Consciousness” delves deep into metaphysics, spirituality, and consciousness. Lenon Honor has produced two empowering lecture series. The first series is for women and is titled “What is an Honorable Man, How to Attract One, and Knowing that you are Worthy”. The second series is for men and is titled “Raising up Masculinity, Honoring the Penis, and Embracing Manhood as a Sacred Institution”. Both lectures delve deep into issues related to male-female relationships, attraction, self-esteem, self-worth, and personal growth.

I like him….he keeps it real and gives us things to think about, especially where our children are concerned. Peace & Blessings, BB (elle T.)

One thought on “Children of Mixed Ethnicity – Lenon Honor

  1. Glenn Robinson March 10, 2013 / 6:56 am

    How we self identify and how others identify us are two different things.
    The 1964 Civil Rights act outlawed discrimination based on (perceived) race. To enforce Civil Rights laws, the U.S. collects information on which groups are being discriminated against. Discrimination happens based on perceived race. That’s how hate crime lawyers can build their argument against haters. So, how others perceive us (regardless of how we self-identify) ends up becoming our lived racial experience.


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