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Re: Questions still remain
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Greetings and blessings...

Yet and still, I am referring to what has been mentioned in this thread and wish an answer to such questions...

How does the reverence HIM fit in with Ayinde's theory that only dark skinned Africans can relate to and lead earth based movements. For his arguement is based on earthly, humanly notions of skin color and the variances therein. What you have answered is regarding spirituality and lessons of the heart and mind (ego and overcoming). What of the physical which Ayinde has stressed. HIM does have a physical representation, which HIM chose to come into.

So therefore, if one is to "entertain" Ayinde's thought process... where does HIM's skin color come into Ayinde's great philosophy?

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