God sent me a message today

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No matter who you are

No matter what you have done

God loves you.

Now that you know you are loved…

From this day forward

Do the right thing.

Do great things.

Make the world a better place.

—The Prophet of Life

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A Quote About Global Leadership

For centuries, world leaders have made some really stupid decisions, leaving the rest of us to ask “What were they thinking? Lately, however, that question has evolved. In regards to decisions made by world leaders, we no longer ask, “What were they thinking?” We now ask “Were they thinking?”   —The Prophet of Life

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In Defense of Black Lives Matter

By The Prophet of Life

From The Book Black in America a Kindle e-book available worldwide through Amazon.

President Obama compared the Black Lives Matter to the Suffergete and Abolitionist movements. Newt Gingrich said that its very name black lives matter, was racist because it inferred that only black lives matter. The movement has drawn criticism for the radical things they have done to protest the perpetual slaughter of unarmed African American men and boys by armed, white police officers in America.

The Black Lives Matter movement does do more than just march down public sidewalks and in front of public buildings carrying protest signs and placards (although they do that too). The have blocked major public roadways with their bodies, shutting them down for hours. Some people among their group claiming to be their followers have gotten violent. The attack on the Dallas Police Department by a single, black assailant and the killings of two more African Americans at the hands of police officers this week, have exacerbated racial tensions. In my book Black in America, (available exclusively on Kindle) I wrote a piece of literature which I believe, explains why The Black Lives Matter Movement is called that. It Follows below:

Why We Say Black Lives Matter

When we say

Black Lives Matter

We are not saying that ONLY black lives matter

We do understand that All Lives Matter

And we are not negating that fact

 

When we say Black Lives Matter

We are issuing a call for JUSTICE

We are issuing a plea to stop the murder of our children

Who, as members of the human family, represent all of our children

 

And we wonder why we must call for justice

If we live in a Just Society

We wonder why there should even be a reason for us to call for justice

If we live in a Just Society

And we wonder why the blood of our children runs in the streets

Beneath the tainted shadow of racism

 

So next time you hear someone say

Black Lives Matter

Know that it is a call for justice

And think about

Why we need to call for justice

If we do, in fact,

Live in a Just Society

 

If you still think that the Black lives Matter movement is racist and that African Americans don’t have a real cause for concern about whether or not their men and boys will return alive, after leaving the house, and if you, after reading this article still believe that America actually is a Just Society then I suggest you ask yourself one more question. Would you have the same point of view if there was an epidemic of armed African American police officers killing unarmed white citizens?

 

“Why We Say Black Lives Matter” from Black in America by The Prophet of Life.

Copyright 2015, 2016, Love Force International Publishing Company. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN 9781936462094 Kindle ASIN #  B00S05QSXA

 

Another Example of How Your Perception Determines Your Reality.

By The Prophet of Life

In a continuing effort to illustrate how your perception determines your reality I have written a story that can be seen from two different perspectives. Each perspective determines the reality of the person who holds it. One perspective can be seen as beneficial or good and the other can be seen as malevolent or evil.Each perspective could be from someone on the road next to the house who see two men entering via a side gate to the property. Read the story and then answer the question on the bottom. You must pick one of the two choices.

The House

The two men walked until they came to a huge gate,. “See, I told you today was a good day to come here.” Said Pete

They entered through a smaller gate on the side. Tall bushes hid the house from the road. The pair strolled across the finely landscaped yard slowly.  “Someone might see us.” Bill worried aloud. “Nah”, Said Pete, “No one can see us from the road.” “So, the family is on vacation while the house is up for sale?”  Said Bill.. “They sure are,” Said Pete. “We’ve got this place to ourselves.” He added.

They walked through the yard and up a hill. As they reached the downward slant of the hill the house came into view. “I never knew this place was so big”. Said Bill. “No one does, that’s the point, it’s secluded to insure privacy.” Pete responded.

As they got closer to the house they noticed that it had two French doors that opened onto the back yard and a door on the side of the garage. They entered the door on the side of the garage. There was nothing in the garage except three ten speed Italian racing bikes. At the end of the garage was a door which led to the house. Pete knew it would be unlocked because it usually is.

The door opened up into the living room. “I didn’t know this place was so big.” Said Bill. “It looks bigger since they added that 75 inch big screen television and surround sound.” Said Pete. “And look at that fire place!” Bill pointed at a freshly installed, marble fireplace. Two solid Gold Grammy Awards stood on the mantle.

“Let’s hear how the sound is on this baby.” Said Pete as he turned on the television, changed it to internet mode and clicked on Pandora. He bumped his favorite tune which reverberated all over the house at an eardrum splitting volume. ‘Turn that down!” shouted Bill. “Someone might hear it.” He added. “Don’t worry”, said Pete. The whole house is soundproofed, you could set off a charge of dynamite and no one would hear it.” He added.

Then they went off the spare bedroom. It was a state of the art recording studio filled with pricey outboard equipment. “Did this studio come with the place?” Bill asked. “No, the owner had it built in but everything in it is removable so it can easily be cleaned.” Pete said.

Then, the two men went into the Master bathroom. It had an attached bedroom with a sauna and spa bathtub. The bedroom itself had a huge walk in closet. Inside the closet was a fake wall. Pete knocked on it three times and a small room opened up. The room had a big safe in it. “Is this place sweet or what?” Asked Pete. “It’s the sweetest.” Responded Bill.

Are the two men a realtor and client or are they burglars?

The first perspective has the person passing on the road assuming that the two men are a realtor and a perspective client. The second perspective assumes that the two men are burglars. How the reader feels about the two men’s race, dress, manner and even their own past experiences will determine which perspective they bring to the story. Which did you pick, realtor and client or burglar? Your perception of this story says a lot about your perception of life and the world in general.

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