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Verbal Expression through insightful thought

For “Sistahs” (Females)

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A poem designed to tribute the Asiatic females that has been through the social struggle of acceptance, verbal, and psychological abuse.

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To Gain

To Gain

Means Pain

Non psychical

But mental

To earn is to demonstrate potential

Energy must be calculated

Multiplied with projections

Living to gain is

A mental erection

That causes one to stand

Straight up, Hard & Able

What’s fascinating about success

Everyone is capable

At least through thought

But the act of gaining

Has more to do with

Motivational talk

But to demonstrate

The power of obtaining

When one decides

Then get up & Walk to gain

 


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IMMENSE MEANING

Time Evolves

Mind Changes

Thoughts Perform

Problems Divide

People Manifest

Destiny Accomplishes

Wisdom Dominates

Unity Succeeds

Love Enhances

Hate Discourages

Water Flows

Nerves Penetrate

Energy Stimulate

Teacher Manipulates

Materialism Depreciates

Opportunity Fluctuates

Power Influences

Creativity Discovers

Emotions Transitions

Strengths Prolific

Time Travels

Books Motivate

Give Thanks


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Power to the People

“Power to the People”

“Power to the People” doesn’t mean anything but realizing your inner ingredients are dignified and can be displayed through your physical

When one realizes their own innate potential

The impact of togetherness will become a desire & the want to lead from a group of encouraging individuals

“Power to the People” isn’t indignant

Unfortunately most minds don’t use their full divine thought process to create a group of social independence

So when the mind hears “Power to the People” one automatically thinks revolt

Instead of Hope

Although after hearing the phrase could be tactically convincing

However the word phrase may need clarity

“Power to the People” can just mean a One Republic Calvary

We as people must realize the importance of unity

Its sad we sometimes disenfranchise ourselves & misleads our youths to believe segregation creates a better financial opportunity

When truly separation genuinely disintegrate

“Power to the People” withstands against evil leading from a divided class of one oppressing the next to misuse trust

“Power to the People” is to help us gain reliance

Because when political regimes establish laws conveniently offending the people

Eventually

“All we got is us”


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Congo Square

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The Congo Square was established in the 19th century in New Orleans.

The Congo Square was a place where slave’s dances occurred. It was an open area to provide a real time and place of comfort, an actual transfer of totally African ritual to the native soil of the New World.

Sidney Bechet was a musician wrote in his autobiography, Treat it Gentle, “Sundays when the slaves would meet – that was their free day – he beat out rhythms on the drum at the square – Congo Square they called it …”

This community helped maintain a musical heritage and social cohesion in the African community. In 1817, the City Council of New Orleans passed legislation allowing African slaves meetings for dancing on Sundays. These meetings would take place in a public location chosen by the mayor, which was Congo Square.

 

Today, Congo Square holds a special symbolic importance to African-Americans. It is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African contributions to the origins of jazz and other American musical forms. 


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nik-o-de’-mus (Nikodemos). Hebrew Israelite

nik-o-de’-mus (Nikodemos) 

A Pharisee and a “ruler of the Hebrew Israelites,

nik-o-de’-mus (Nikodemos)is a type of the “well-instructed and thoughtful Hebrew Israelite who looked for the consummation of national hope to follow in the line along which he had himself gone, as being a continuation and not a new beginning.”

nik-o-de’-mus (Nikodemos)mentioned only by John. He (1) interviewed Christ at Jerusalem and was taught by Him the doctrine of the New Birth (Jn 3:1-15), (2) defended Him before the Sanhedrin (Jn 7:50-52), and assisted at His burial (Jn 19:39-42)

Nicodemus was a Pharisee and a leader of the Hebrew Israelites. He was also a member of the Sanhedrin, the high court in Israel.

He stood up for Jesus when the Pharisees were conspiring against him: Nicodemus, who had gone to Jesus earlier and who was one of their own number, asked, “Does our law condemn a man without first hearing him to find out what he has been doing?” (John 7:50-51, (NIV)

He helped Joseph of Arimathea take Jesus’ body down from the cross and lay it in a tomb, at great risk to his safety and reputation.

Nicodemus also donated 75 pounds of expensive myrrh and aloes to anoint Jesus’ body after Jesus died.

The Gospel of Nicodemus and other apocryphal works narrate that Nicodemus gave evidence in favor of Christ at the trial before Pilate, that he was deprived of office and banished from Jerusalem by the hostile Jews, and that he was baptized by Peter and John. His remains were said to have been found in a common grave along with those of Gamaliel and Stephen.