I believe in the power of truth, even when that truth convicts one's own soul to know him/herself better to become better. We live our lives in New York in judgement of others to the extent that we aren't giving others the opportunity to live up to their full potential or full existence. We brag in our worldly sense of accomplishment. To some degree you should feel honored to be who ever you are. But, remember the inheritance of Christ are the poor and children. It is those to whom we twist our noses God will allow to inherit His Kingdom before us who are self-righteous in our suppose belief that we are true inheritors.
But, back to my point...it is all about us, many of us who are being persecuted on a daily basis by arrogance, violence, greed, cultural antagonism and the like. We, who are of varying backgrounds must come together and undestand one thing....our America belongs to thetendecies of a racist past in that our judicial, penal system acts out blatant injustice and call it friendly fire. There are many mistakes that men make in their live's, one is to respond like an officer: halt or i'll shoot. As far as their judgements for that moment, they are not in our favor as black men. This is a public outcry, and should be a method of preventing murders of black cops. But, as those who are suppose to be trained in Courtesy, Respect and whatever lie added for public display are trained more by historical injustice, which our system continues in the superficial chaos of white superiority...this presents neither historical or current change in the legislative character of our nation. Pause in our learning with second class status, verbiage, services and treatment...over many years disenchants people of their honorable history; it literally erases their memory.
To the slaying of one officer to the other officer with an unfriendly hatred trained in the soul; the act of judgment and the liklihood of being aquitted prompted a decision; to respond to his trigger to shoot an unarmed man in his back. Unarmed, as he was supposed to be armed as an officer of the law, unarmed to the officer who shot him in that it is the norm of NYC Police officers to gun down men of color across the board to justify their inbread complex of protecting the supposed sovereignty of racism. Which we all know is flawed in the learning; education is the single most important element to the longevity of racial justice. Yet, we are defiled by a system of injustice carried out on communities of color. At what point do the masses become aware of their vulnerability to this traceable chaos, at what point do our leaders begin to put in place a system of learning that encourages positive right action in the streets of Harlem?... and across our nation that brings up our children to not seek ignorance, violence or the justification of reactionary impulses that allow the forces of our system to believe they are right in their actions against our children.
It is not in a march - it is to begin from March to March to teach our children who they are, to be men and not cowards, to be kings and not servants to unlearnedness; their are libraries that are free, wink! Don't give justice to their treatment; this unlearning in our communities by society means they (African American People) won't remember their ancestral kingship.
Be encouraged my brothers...at some point you will see the face of Emmit Til, and this will strike in your heart the innocence that's being destroyed for an idea that covets you, be prompted to be unafraid of your enemies...to know that the hatred that hatred produces is because you are you. So, then it's easy to win, be you; not to be. To have power plus lasting color is a beautiful goal...so is teaching superiority over ignorance, but always have empathy for the children of God's world. Even as objective as the lie appears it is to create jealous of anothers material wealth, enforcing material pomp as power; my subjective will has been carried by the hand of our Lord, He is daily in our lives, breathing somtimes an unspeakable truth, but what must come to pass. This truth is that victory shall be mine.
So, again I say it's all about us...the pure in heart for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. You must know that the Lord will prosper you and your generation will love Him indeed; you will have a knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ and in that find yourself.
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