People talk about being kings and queens, but I don’t see it in their heart. Many are quick to switch to an opposing view, quick to pass judgment on who you are. Calling everyone King or Queen doesn’t feel natural to me, part maybe reconditioning but I don’t think there was ever a time when […]
Things that are not the same will never be equal.
I dont want to go to the gym 5 times a week to come out and to be equally as strong as the person that didnt.
The world is competitve we must come to terms with that, capitalism is the ultimate competition, the hunger games.
The problem for us, especially those from the diaspora, is that we are disconnected and are in competition with militarised tribes.
What is freedom? Think about it, many of us say we seek freedom but, what I think many of us seek is to no longer be oppressed, which are two different things.
Most people think they’ll buy their way out of oppression, get more money and solve the problems after using up so much of our lives in order to be able to actually live it. Some have managed to attain these financial goals and some of the power that comes with that only to find themselves a richer member of an oppressed group
Racism is probably the greatest example of the power of social conditioning. People become trained to accept different levels of racism and therefore find different levels acceptable to them and generally associate with those with similar thresholds. Don’t get me wrong there are people that are not racist but there are very few that are unpenetrated by the constant subliminal narratives pushed by one tribe to ‘empower themselves through the disempowerment of other tribes’ I put it in commas because often this disempowerment strengthens the resistance.
Relationship: 5 keys to an unbreakable relationship. (The base of a black nation) The black family is the key to the black nation so now lets look at how to strengthen this relationship to unbreakable proportions. 1.Commitment When the commitment is clear, it shifts the focus of the people in the relationship because they […]
Responsibility noun: something that it is your job or duty to deal with. – Cambridge Dictionary
Your life is your responsibility. By accepting this, you can live a life limited only by your ability to handle your responsibilities/duties. By making your life someone else’s responsibility, you are choosing to have your life limited by someone else’s ability and also by where you rank on their priority list; in a few cases, we are ranking first on that list.
Taking responsibility for our lives is a must. Without this ability, we almost never see…..
Whats the difference?
A statement is to let people know something (sometimes statements create movements)
A movement is to get somewhere
whats the best?
4 different types of power and how these can lead to black empowerment