Keeping History alive is one of the most important aspects of our daily activities, in order to remind us all of the changes we need to consciously and continuously keep making in order to stop the efforts of the ones whose only aim is to destroy the copious generations of "BLACK AFRICAN HERITAGE".
If much has been made available that can contribute to bringing about the necessary changes needed, then why is it that this horrific struggle continues?
The obvious conclusion is lack of integrity.
Unfortunately, a very small percentage of people in the world have the integrity to do what they understand they should. Others make excuses, pay lip-service and give tokens to this exercise.
Because change is inevitable, motives should always be seriously considered before the change can be established.
No one can or should be forced to make changes in their lives. However, if one chooses to remain ignorant, there will always be painful consequences of their actions or non-actions.
If the ultimate goal is to develop better societies, we have to begin with defining the History that was intended to allow all of humanity the opportunity to live freely and harmoniously.
One must understand that Freedom is not only a physical thing, for true freedom is knowing/living in truth. One can only experience this with integrity.
The History of all of our human earthly existence could not have been possible without our "BLACK AFRICAN HERITAGE".
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