When I say "Our" Mission, I'm speaking directly to those who have taken a oath or personally made themselves responsible for the transformation of Afrikan people. We must not be confused about our position and the nature of this sacrifice, we must affirm and re affirm our commitment. We can not afford to be distracted and make unnecessary detours that have the capacity to affect others, we take FULL responsibility for the state of affairs pertaining to Afrikan people , even when we're not directly involved. Our mission is to gain the hearts and minds of our people, becoming living examples of integrity, maturity, patience, peace, professionalism, communication, and most of all direction. Direction is needed to ensure we stay on the path and that we can nourish others along the path.
The path is not a safe nor easy journey, there are no guarantees except that you will struggle, we must find peace within and develop a resolve that allows us to withstand attacks that may come. Our mission is to provide practical solutions that people can readily use and see results if correctly followed. Our people need strong frames of references for interacting with life, we are social beings, thus we must delve deeper into the science of socialization to be effective when engaging our people.
The 1st priority is our own self development and maintenance, we can't give to others that which we lack for ourselves, the healing process is one that starts within and spreads it way outward to others. We must be willing to risk our comfort levels to stand and fight for righteousness, our children need to experience this phenomena so that they have a thriving model to pattern their behavior after.
No matter what occurs the people need to see a strong force in the community that is emotionally stable, open (understanding) , versatile, and trained to prepare to address situations as they may arise. We are only as strong as our WEAKEST link.
- Poet Deep