African American Cinderella

The “non-violent” or demanding for civil rights by the American black was a major setback to his realizing his self-worth, identity and dignity.  The case of Mahatma Gandhi and India was different because African Americans were not urging the whites to leave but were going to keep living with them in that land.In making “peaceful” […]

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The Danger of Shakespeare

Shakespeare was most artful in employing the art of eloquence – that was his special genius. He always based a play’s theme on a couple of ingenious creations, and then employed the poet/philosophers’ Kaleidoscope in weaving a network of eloquent verses around a given fundamental theme. Unlike Nietzsche (in Thus Spoke Zerathustra) who stripped his […]

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In the words of Friedrich Nietzsche, “all idealism is falsehood in the face of necessity”, so one needs a self reliant means of livelihood that will enable him to live with dignity and provide the resources that will enable him to meet his basic needs like food, clothing and shelter,  as well as the education […]

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The Undisputed Genius of Woman.

Physically – woman is like the petals of a flower that one day is in full bloom, but the next day is withered.   Mentally – she is like a cat and dog rolled into a chameleon.   Emotionally – she is like a brittle metal with sufficient strength to bear heavy loads, but cracks […]

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Maddest of all Madness

Wherever the effects of modernity begin to rear its monstrous, ugly head, most men forget how to live in their quest to make a living.  And in this quest to make a living, men undertake a mad rush for the economic, social and political ladder.  People get stuck on that ladder, the result: confusion.  Those […]

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Arguments! are they necessary?

What purpose does argument serve? What are the advantages? It is most debatable. See, it once more comes to square one. The only thing that makes itself so manifest, and if any inference should be made, is that it portrays stupidity. That is what one perceives when one looks at the mood and actions of […]

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Paradox between Imagination and Reality.

That paradox that is inherent between one’s imagination and experience (“reality”) during full consciousness makes life on earth so unbearable. When one’s state of consciousness is altered naturally (through dream or meditation) or artificially (through the chemical, physical or electrical excitation of one’s nervous system, or precisely, neural network) positive or negative imaginary, sensations might […]

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The “Cool” Culture

The “cool” culture which has spread across the entire globe has its roots in black culture. Modern historians have traced its origin to Igbo and Yoruba cultures where it was considered noble for one to maintain his “cool” in the face of unwarranted and unjustified provocations. This has been their way of cultivating the virtue […]

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Vacuum in the Development of African Culture.

The White Western (Euro-American) man’s presence is so entrenched in the modern black race’s history that it is no longer possible to identify with an autonomous African culture (religion, art, etc.) without lapsing into pre-historic times- the age of inter-tribal wars, the worship of deities solely for the sake of corporeal providence. Such worship of […]

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Gem of the Eternal.

Love is the gem of the soul, while lust is the dust of the senses. Affection is the flame of the mind. Like diamond or pure gold, love dazzles for itself. As a diamond reflects the sun’s rays revealing the spectra of its pure light, love radiates the consciousness of God, unfolding the magnificence of […]

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