Originally posted on This Dusty Earth:
Black and Red Woman,
Let me drink your rage
Until it transforms me.
Let your fires cleanse me from my bowels to my skin
Until I know peace
From the ancient Earth
To the soaring Sky.
Originally posted on Thunder Mark:
The words rolling from your lips
Are viscous like blood,
While tasting like honey.
Can’t recall the time spent hiding,
But centuries must be too short,
Moments too long.
And I just can’t envision
The map of your new world,
Lying in tatters.
Unbreakable is the silence
Of your monologue,
Without the clothes adequate
For such an occasion.
Therefore, I turn to the…
Originally posted on Raven’s Coffee Chat:
The ego is not something to be destroyed or cast away.
They are perfect parts of YOU. Nothing missing or broken just undiscovered.
When blended with the Lighter Side of YOU in harmony and balance.
It is balance that you seek.
You are NOT looking for what is wrong with you, or this book (or guru) said…
The next topic we’ll be discussing for the Kemetic Round Table is:
Ma’at and isfet: What are these concepts? What role do they play in your practice?
Entries will be posted on September 10, 2014.
Be sure that your post is tagged #Kemetic Round Table.
We look forward to your responses!
oh, something I can talk about :D
Originally posted on Ryan L. Schuessler:
I had been on the ground helping Al Jazeera America** cover the protests and unrest in Ferguson, Mo., since this all started last week. After what I saw last night, I will not be returning. The behavior and number of journalists there is so appalling, that I cannot in good conscience continue to be a part of the spectacle.
**A clarification edit: I am…
Originally posted on Pensive Aspie:
When I was a kid they didn’t call it “Behavioral Disorders.” They called it “Being a little brat!” This is just ONE of many memes I have seen on my social networks. They are shared by my friends and family. I would like to think that is just the ignorant/uneducated who feel this way, but it isn’t.
Driving home from work a couple weeks ago, a…
Originally posted on Afroculinaria:
“…It was the corroboration of their worth and their power that they wanted, and not the corpse, still less the staining blood.” James Baldwin, “To Be Baptized,” from No Name in the Street, 1972
I have been asked by many people to take a close look at the Michael Brown shooting case in Ferguson, Missouri and offer my opinion. I felt it best to take a step…