Your commands look correct (I've done them many times that way).
git add --all
and then try git status. I don't think that will solve it, but worth trying next.
Next try looking at your .gitignore file, if you have one (in the top-level where you did git init).
Remove any listings there that are causing your files to be ignored. For example, is there an entry with just *?
git add --force
and then try git status.
If none of those work, I notice that your output from git init says "reinitialized" rather than "initialized", so something may have gotten messed up. If you've just initialized it and if it's Okay for you losing history, start over by removing the .git dir:
rm -rf .git
And then re-execute your same commands above. If that doesn't work, some more information about your setup will be required. For example, you might have a global .gitignore file: ~/.gitignore_global that need to edited (or removed if you don't want it).