Thursday, December 25, 2014

The Gift Of Enlightenment On The "Power Of Imagining A Developed Future", Given To Me By A Retired Army Officer

Neville Goddard - Your Power

Summary:
The test of your power is not what you have built up and someone has destroyed.
When you can REBUILD what has been destroyed because THE VISION IN YOUR MIND'S EYE compels you to RETURN TO YOUR PURPOSE - is the evidence of YOUR POWER.


WOW.
This  line of thinking clarifies so much in my personal life and in the serial debates that I engage in regarding the importance of the "Governance Of Black Community Institutions" through which people are developed as a superior notion to the drive for "Reparations" for past injuries - who some say are the cause of today's dysfunction.


At a recent gathering I had a conversation with a "distinguished gentleman".
He told me about his years of service in the US Army and how he rose to the top of his profession after he learned that he was the primary person responsible for his own future.

He told me about a few works from "Neville Goddard" - a late "philosophical thinker", who he said was instrumental in adjusting his thoughts.

I have been listening to a few of his works and they come at a perfect time.

I have been so focused on "managing crises" at home, at work and among extended family - that I have gotten too far away from my "personal philosophy"


Wednesday, December 03, 2014

With The Presumption Of "Police Racial Profiling" As A Given - A Black Police Detective Effectively Tells Young Blacks At A Crime Scene To "Stop Snitching"



On this blog I do not give stinging criticism - only strategic advise.

The logical consequence of the "Police Are The Greatest Criminals Within The Black Community" meme that is pushed today - is what you are witnessing in this video.

When given the choice between - 'A young Black male at a crime scene in his own community offering information to his fellow police officers as they pursue 'Justice'" versus THE ASSUMPTION that the police see him as a CRIMINAL until he proves himself otherwise - this veteran detective tells the audience to do the later.

My life experience with the police does not reflect what we hear as the "popular narrative".

I am not hear to affirm or deny the veracity of their claims.

As an adult I work to speak to a policeman "man to man" and thus don't have fear - if I am not guilty.

What is lost in this debate, however, as we move from individual incidents or affirmations of the stereotypes of "Police Abuse Of Black people" is a BLACK COMMUNITY that is stripped of one of the key attributes of a well governed community: "A POLICE FUNCTION" that is charged with "Keeping The Peace And Protecting The Citizens As They Pursue 'Happiness".

Those who bring forth data to affirm this abuse should not be mistaken as solution providers.  Getting the congregation to AGREE that they are being victimized and that this enemy needs REGULATION from the government SPEAKS NOTHING about the internal regulatory components and the cultural affirmations that are needed to assist in achieving a peaceful, prosperous community, setting up the possibility of "happiness".