Thanks for stopping by. If you’d like to send me a personal message or inquiry, drop me a line at:

ashe [dot] selah [at] asheselah [dot] com


Until soon…be adored =)!

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5 Responses to “Contact”

  1. refinedone Says:

    Sis, if ur on facebook…you can join me 🙂 ID is RefinedOne Angie 🙂

  2. Sumayyah Says:

    Just wanted to say congrats on making Poet of the Month on MahoganyBooks.

  3. ashe.selah Says:

    Sumayyah, you’re the best..thanks a bunch :)!

  4. mangoyacho Says:

    I have just come across your blog a couple of years late but I know that this is the correct time that I needed to peruse your writings and appreciate the unapologetic wisdom that you share. I am not sure I understand one of your old tweets that read “For every no good man, there’s a no good woman making it all possible. Know & harness your power 2 change the world for the good, ladies.” Please may you explain this. I have just been reading about domestic violence within the Christian community of faith and am wondering what women are meant to do when they come across a “no good man” and there are children involved. Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

    • ashe.selah Says:

      Beloved mangoyacho, so glad you could spend some time on my old blog (I had to do a “forgot password’ just to get back in LOL, but I wanted to respond). The context of “no good man” in that tweet years ago was a man who cheats, one who is unfaithful to his woman. For every man in infidelity, there’s a woman enabling the behavior. Men don’t cheat with themselves (and I get that, nowadays, some men cheat with men). But if women would ‘harness their power for good” – use their power to respect, honor, and hold each other accountable, we could change the world for the better. Regarding domestic violence in the Christian faith, I personally don’t believe God asks a woman to neglect her safety, and the safety of the children, to stay with a man who is physically abusive. God is a God of freedom and peace; his desire is that when we are free to “no longer be entangled with the yoke of bondage” (Gal 5:1). I have great respect for the ministry of Pastor Jimmy and Karen Evans, who speak on how to handle abuse in marriage…check out their site at marriagetoday.com. Hope this helps. Prayers for you and your loved ones. God bless and keep you!


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