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    Yurugu by Marimba Ani

    This dear woman has exposed and destroyed western philosophy with her book YURUGU. If you really want to understand why the european and american way of life is a dead end for humanity then you need to read this book. If I was charged with the task of creating a curriculum through which a group of individuals could be lead into their awakening this book and this author would be amongst those books and authors that serve as the scholastic foundation of that set of courses that bring people up out of the muck and mire of western idiocy. It iz a dense text and you may need a wordbook or thesaurus to work through it; I know that I needed both and a highlighter and a notebook as well. READ THIS BOOK!

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    will be getting i think youre the 4th person that has mention this book

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    Golden Age Of The Moor- Ivan Van Sertima
    The Teachings Of Ptahhotep- Asa G Hilliard
    The Wisdom Of Malcolm X - G.K. Osei, Phd
    Malcolm X On Afro-American History
    The Reawakening of the African Mind - Asa G Hilliard

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    Just picked up

    acres of diamonds
    magic of believing
    see you at the top
    go getter
    how to have power and confidence dealing with people
    it works!
    Dale carnegie course

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    just finished reading "The Monkey House" by John Fullerton

    highly recomended to anyone that likes war torn books of fictional history. It's two intertwining stories; one of a Bosnian cop still trying enforce order in the chaos of the Yugoslavian civil war, and an American journalist reporting the story from the luxury of U.N protection and how different their view of the war and the politics involved

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    Great Realisations - by Master Hsing Yun

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    might start reading tao of the wu again, shit was dope

    have a few other books been meaning to get into, considering rereading a malcolm gladwell book, not sure which. i think blink would help the most to reread, but outliers and the tipping point were excellent as well.
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    Bill Cosby-Come On People
    Demico Boothe-Why Are So Many Black Men In Prison
    Charles Barkley-Who's Afraid Of A Large Black Man, I May Be Wrong But I Doubt It
    Juan Williams-Enough
    Jimi Izrael-The Denzel Principlehy Black Women Can't Find Good Black Men

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    if yall have any links to pdfs drop in here

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    btw does anyone know of a good book on fibonacci sequence

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    The Rabbit’s Horn is a new English translation and commentary on the Platform Sutra, one of the foundational texts of the meditation (chan) school of Buddhism, and contains the teachings and life story of Venerable Master Huineng. Born in the seventh century to a poor family and raised in the backwoods of southern China, Huineng became the Sixth Patriarch of the Chan School and exerted a remarkable influence on the history of Buddhism. A polarizing force in his own time, Huineng emphasized looking past even the “rabbit’s horn” of textual knowledge to look within and understand one’s true nature and the potential for sudden awakening.

    http://blpusa.com/the-rabbits-horn

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    sound interesting

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    as nature leads - j.a. rogers

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    11-22-63 by Stephen King

    Just started reading (about 100 pages in) and have enjoyed it so far.

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