Black Spirituality Religion : A Rich Spiritual Legacy from Kemet and all of Africa, why not express and share??

Discussion in 'Black Spirituality / Religion - General Discussion' started by Ankhur, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    This board is looking real Eurocntric with it's Fascist Judgments and petty Wars.

    With the rich legacy of the
    Kemetic shrines,

    Santeria,
    Voudun,

    Dogon,
    Asanti,
    Yoruba, (THANKS AND HONORS FOR THE POST ON THE ALLASHE')
    Hausa,
    Fulani,
    Mandinka,
    Zulu,
    Xcosa,
    Ibo,
    Masaii,
    Kikuyu,
    Dahomey,
    and countless others;

    from this fathomless heritage;
    there could be posts on:

    1 mental healing
    2 physical healing through spiritual practices
    3 stress reduction techniques
    4 controlling negative emotions
    5 healing damaged relations
    6 collective healing rituals
    7 and strengthening ones life energy and vitality

    those kinds of positive African centered Community Growth oriented posts that share constructive energy can go on or years without repeating a subject on any day.

    That is how rich our African spiritual legacy is.

    things comments and research is presented regarding religgions and folks can take it or leave it, but without emotion.

    but why zoom in on the negative only as if some folks have no spiritual knowledge and wisdom to offer the community here?

    Who does that serve?

    Will we be going into the new year with the same old same old?

    But uplifting or nagging,

    each will follow their inner urges.

     
  2. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    anyone have anything positive to say for the new year?
     
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    360 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Why flood the forums with the same 80 threads everyday?

    Why drag whatever argument into every other forum and into every other thread?

    Why not take your own advice and express and share that which you deem is acceptable or right?
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    you sound like the refrigerator calling the stove white if you want to see who has the most derogatory, or negative threads.

    The beauty of the web is that everything is archived,


    so negro Limbaughs, cannot slander
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Now since you are here, what positive spiritual practices can you offer to the discussion?
     
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    360 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    so basically what you're saying Putney, or whatever you're calling yourself today, is that you're going to post the exact same thing over and over again 80 times a day in every forum

    Cool!

    Peace.
     
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    even a stuck clock is right twice a day

    will we fuss and fight forever?

    dude makes a good point. let us dig our african culture.
     
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    360 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Let's be real.

    Most of the fussing and/or fighting
    involves like three posters(and all
    87 of their alter egos)and these
    three posters flood the board with
    their pet gripes.
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    sure listen I know how you feel,

    you remind me of the guy who took his dog to the vet to be neutered and woke up groggy with a hospital smock on, on an operatin table.

    By the way when you left the vet,
    what did you tell your wife?
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    when folks start that Putney stuff , I can see they are getting desperate!!!!

    Better not to show your hand,

    when you play Baccarat
     
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