MercyfulGrace Diaries with Lee Jasper – ‘Think On’.

​There is a colour divide in this world. It’s innate and systematically indoctrinated into conciousnesses without words. You’d be a naive fool, or coon, to play refute. They had me. Now they don’t. I choose love. Nice try ..’

– Anthony Everest

While many are surviving and rising to the glory of God (Love), staying away from all foolishness; Lee Jasper, laments with a thought provoking angle. He says:

“I say all power to the people. If we’re not organised to get ours, we cant be criticising those who organise to get there’s. 

Most people are afraid of black power, even the words, invoke a physical reaction in most people. 

That’s how strongly we have been conditioned, that many of us will not even say the words much less advance the cause.

In many ways, we are frightened of our own shadows, desperate to prove we aint that Black really.

When we are too afraid to speak, advocate and campaign for  and advance our own interests through organising on the principle of progressive black power, we are in real trouble.

Think on”.

Mr Jasper has a point. The issues are all the same. We are all human and flawed with lovelessness, or lack of enough, of the appreciation for our differences; which makes us thrive, co-dependently. These are parts of our challenges. Seclusion. 

No man is an island. The alternative result is pillaging, plundering, stealing, lieing, greed, war and hate without end. How can you demand respect when you aren’t prepared to give the same?

So, I conclude. My thoughts are love. Take them with you if you like ..’ 

By Aremuorin
What’s your view? Share this with someone! Dont wait. Pass it on ..’

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Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Jazz, Soul-R&B Multi Award Winning Indie Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer. No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts.

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