Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Natinr, Jan 27, 2008.
when you get up from bed each morning?
I care about them all, Nadine. I care because I'm a seed of Africans.
Off topic: I met this young brother Friday who was the DJ at an associates birthday party. The brother's name is Mandurah from Kenya. We briefly talked on various issues. Since Gibram is from Kenya naturally we talked about Obama. Gibram believes Obama could have some influence on halting the political violence in Kenya, but feels Obama has decided to remain silent for political reasons. Does this sound like Obama is a "phenomenon"?
NatinR i care about you!
I couldn't put it in to words. . .
Liberation must come
from the heart,
to establish a better future for generations we will not see,
May our names be forgotten,
but, may our Efforts;
be evidenced by the success, opulence and prosperity, of our descendants!
Natinr, my brotha, you do give me cause to hope for the future.
Regardless of whatever....
happens to me,
knowing there are brothers like you,
I AM ASSURED WE AS A RACE WILL HAVE A FUTURE!!!
i understand your question and it is valid,but as for myself with bills mounting,a kid to send off to college[hopefully]and other pressing issues i don't have alot of time to worry about the brothers on the continent,i wish all folks happiness but self preservation is the first law of nature.
If self-preservation is the first law of nature, how is it that every other group can do what it needs to do for survival, but us?
How on earth would think we come here, to this African place to proclaim our individuality?
I understand your point, of course. I have goals of my own also. How are we going to strike the right balance to move our culture(s) forward?
All Afrakans which includes my husband who is from West Afraka.
We are an Afrakan people. Peace and love.
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