That's me.Originally Posted by Wu-Matic
Take it easy
Warriors have been moving for a long while now. Check with your LOC (Local Organization Committee), or any other organization that is moving towards positive goals. We (young folks) have to take the lead. I don't want to talk too much on the .net, but just keep your ears to the streets.Originally Posted by Legato
Here's a link from above ground that can get you in the door. Check the one nearest you to get to the wo/men in the trenches.
Nice pics WEB ... I think the ones with you and your boy showing love to the fellah in the wheel chair have to be my favorites. An experience like this is all about growth and moving forward. And it will definitely last one a lifetime ... I'm glad to see you take it so seriously.
So, what was the energy level like there? I just know it had to be unbelievable!!
Well since we left around 1:00 in the morning and most of us didn't get any sleep the day prior a lot of people were a bit tired. Right after the man in the wheel chair left, most of us (3 of 6) took a quick power nap. A lot of good speakers were on around that time, so I was up. It was about 12:00 then. The whole day I was selling two of one of my author's books. I received a couple business connects. The mood was sorta like AFRAM, except on a larger scale. I was interviewed by three people; the FOI, an international television station (one of my business connects, the camera man wants his wife to publish her book through my company), and a regular man. Everything was peaceful and friendly. It started getting serious when Badu got on stage. I had just got off the phone with my family. My step daughter was telling me how proud she was of me for standing for something and always doing what I say I'm going to do. When she was talking I felt like I was getting reborn. I'm getting misty eyed just thinking about it. I felt like my family was finally learning what my struggles are all about and that they are really starting to understand and support me. I've read most of the speakers books and heard their lectures, so what they were saying was nothing new to me. When Farrakan got on... he gave us some serious marching orders. Things that I wanted to hear someone say to the masses for years. Things that I've been ridiculed for for believing in and stating for so many years. I felt good. The energy level was high. I know that reality is what's important. On the train ride back to the busses we talked to a young lady that gave me the greatest of joys. She was telling us about how she's schooling her son to be a man. From his food to the books that he read. She's a true RBG, I love that more than anything else. A true nation builder. This mission will take long hard work. I've been struggling with it and I pray that many will join in with the cause with peace and righteousness on their hearts and minds. It was a powerful day... if... we move.Originally Posted by Dae Ja Nae
I hope I answered your question, Da'.
Task it easy