Some Food For Thought:
Unless specifically given corporate leadership roles, placed in public authority positions, or invited to be commentators or orators, we are often the last to be heard or have our images meritoriously displayed among peers. Likewise, we are the first to lose our livelihoods, benefits, and/or privileges, or the first to enthusiastically mold ourselves into the likeness of some other race for basic acceptance, particularly in professional settings. Why do we insist on figuratively kneeling before any terrestrial human equivalent and any sinister indoctrination they might have rather than redirecting that energy in ways that consort with our Creator’s virtuous earthly deeds, like having the courage to do the right thing? Aside from foolishly flaunting our riches and wealth, for those who actually have it, what are we doing to change our circumstances so that we’d become revered among racial peer groups worldwide?
Remember, there’s no letter [I] in the word [us], and when alluding to the word I, its inference is to stand alone, literally. There’s no man or woman that can achieve great things alone, as only God can do that, and even He frequently enlists “us” to accomplish extraordinary things.
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