|Natural woman's look at self in the 21st century is akin to her grandmother's time during the awakening of 'Blackness'! - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories|
|The feel of the 21st century's Black American woman en vogue in 2017. . .|
As one gets older, the wiser and thoughtful ones consider the past in relation to the future projections of what may or may not come to pass. It is a way of being concerned, connected rather to the outcomes in prophetic ways that minister to tomorrow with hope, as an antidote to the reality that people are slow to change the trajectory of who they will put up with in authority over their lives, and what they will tolerate to avoid transforming! This is how we equate change with what was promised to us by our religious leanings to believing in God, and the hope of redemption.
How we measure time in retrospect is an insight into our contradictions: we believe we have progressed; yet resist change, at best with ferocity, but insist others should change to make the world a better place to live. This is how we stumble through life with dictators, and tyrants. Being under the presidency of Donald Trump, another tyrant, is an arrival at the center of the truth about humans, and in terms of American history: a testament, a tribute; have you, honoring the trust in the slave/master relationship.
People like Donald Trump persist as the dominant type of leader because fearfully people vaguely dream of being rescued, and do not want to put into action the advise of the sage, who throughout history, have shone the masses how to liberate their minds, and spirits; not only for eternal life, but life on Earth, our Mother.
"When is enough, enough?" is the central question and the universal answer is as it was before: "Not yet, be patient; there is tomorrow." - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories (August 7, 2017)
|Dancing. La danza de la Alegria por algo conseguido.|
|Dance of the West African woman's body is intelligent knowing of...|
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