All Ises to HIS MAJESTY,
Ises Baba Marcus, gman,
Baba Marcus I am a European sistrin, not a brother. Give thanks again for the continuation of the reasoning - we will have to agree to disagree on some things. In I humble opinion princes and princesses growing in conciousness, secure in the knowledge of their WHOLE self are shining lights in creation, whatever their hue. Naturally, children of these unions are 'black' to the wider society, it is often the confrontation they experience which moves them to discover their story.
I personally do not advocate that more people mix cultures but I know that relationships have a habit of coming to fullness regardless of what the wider society instructs. In fact, when a thing is made taboo, it becomes much more attractive, especially to the youths.
Gman, as always I give thanks for your words, as the mother of four children their I-sperience has similarities to yours. I am from London, UK, the children's father from Jamaica - we met in 1968, linked properly in '69 and brought forth our first son in 1970. Times have changed dramatically since then. Our union lasted 27 years.
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