Letters from My Readers
I’ve been getting a barrage of letters lately about the current state of things in America. From being openly bullied at work to police harassment to random strangers saying nasty things at public places, I’ve been hearing them all.
One reader questioned if Trump is to blame.
No one can make you become something you are not.
All Trump did was give whites the green light to be as they are. The rest is up to them. Growing Spiritually has been the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do. It meant taking a hard and very uncomfortable look at MYSELF as the FIRST cause. I am responsible for me.
Let me say that again.
I am responsible for me.
Others can set the stage but it is my own free will that makes the choice on how the play will turn out.
To my readers who are in pain:
For all of us.
This country has not been kind to us and as long as the system of white supremacy is in practice, it will never be kind. This is something that you must accept in order to move forward. Let me put it more clearly:
White people will never, ever change.
Because their very survival depends on injustice.
Their world has been carefully manufactured for their false existence on a planet that is in constant and swift motion. Have you ever seen what happens to water that remains stagnant for too long?
It literally becomes rancid and poisonous to drink.
Moving forward is what gives us new life and room to grow and to experience new things. You take the good with the bad and hopefully learn something. When you remain in the exact same place despite activity, everyone around you grows but you remain the same. It is this reason why you are witnessing:
Extreme and violent rage
Extreme sadness to the point of suicide
There isn’t a feeling more terrible than when you know your time is up.
Some accept it gracefully and go with dignity. Others kick and scream and cause much damage on their way out. The white population is taking option two as they are expected to do.
In order for you to grow, you must stop expecting whites to realize their mistakes, apologize, make amends and live in harmony with us till their time is over.
It will NEVER happen.
YOU must be the change you desire in order to move forward.
Stop wasting energy protesting. All you are really doing is begging for their attention.
Stop wasting energy explaining how racism hurts. All you are really doing is amusing them.
Of course they know racism hurts. Of course they know what it means to be black in America. It was their idea to label you black in the first place for their political purposes. You will NEVER tell whites ANYTHING that they don’t already know for this is their false world, their false creation and their false narrative.
ALL you are doing is amusing them as they pass the time.
Focus on you, your desires, how to obtain them, how to empower yourself, how to build, how to grow, the CORRECT education based in NATURE and leave them alone.
To them, you have nothing worthwhile to say because it is their false world that you are living in. All you are doing is amusing them. Ever look into their faces as you speak to them about any random thing and see the corners of their mouths twitching? It is because you are an amusement. A fodder. A comedy. A joke. Or, as Neely Fuller puts it, “The ultimate ego trip.” No matter how they move with you, in the backs of their minds they know what they’ve done to you and what that makes you in their eyes. This is why, for no reason at all, they will begin to ignore you and treat you poorly leaving you bewildered. It is you that is confused. NEVER them.
Leave them alone. That is my advice.
Deal with them on a “business only basis” and always remember where you stand.
As for the recent events…
Nothing new here in White-owned America.
Be safe. Carry a legal weapon. Have a chaperone if you can. Travel with a buddy. Travel with a video camera. Buy your groceries during the daytime. Be polite. Never start confrontation. Speak clearly with your supervisor and with your co workers. Take down notes when possible to cover yourself. Try to stay out of bars and clubs or ANY large crowd area. Always look for exit signs. If something feels wrong, trust your instincts.
A white female came over to me once smiling and carrying a doughnut, or some fried cake. She offered it to me. I thanked her, accepted it, set it aside, then proceeded to throw it away when she wasn’t looking.
Always remember that you are not living in your own reality.
I love you black family and wish you well.