Re: This was written to respond to a "feminist' is
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: This was written to respond to a "feminist' issue *LINK* (Pianke Nubiyang)
Date: Wednesday, 25 August 2004, at 10:38 p.m.
In Response To: This was written to respond to a "feminist' issue *LINK* (Pianke Nubiyang)
Do not forget to remember, that when your mother became pregnant with you, the Creator put nourishment in her breast, so that you could get your first meal after you were born, but the creator did not put any juice, in your fathers breast, because men were not created to give birth, and your mother was the one who was given the sacred duty, to care for you tenderly, until you were able to sit up and learn to
talk, creep or crawl, and even learn to walk. Had she not done all these things for you, you just could not be here on this internet, saying the things which you are saying, which is definately not in praise and thanks giving to African women, the great mothers of creation.
Think of women as your comforters as well as your mothers, and care for them to the best of your ability, do not in any way try to take away their equality, jusy try to encourage our people everywhere, to keep that balance between men and women spreading, into a great united people. The creature can not be greater than the creator, do not forget to remember.
Again I send many oceans of blessings with balance and equality.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART.
Baba Ras Marcus
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