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4/21/2022 1:13:24 AM
changing out the locs but still hailing the Ethiopian empire to the bone.I is a natty Congo dreadful winner ! As ini walk the earth quakes and they run and hide “timmmmbr” !!!! But firm I stand and callous I walk and everlasting are my works .Them a dread a dreadful ,Quingar. But dem dunno say a so I linger but not lost to the facts of propaganda in the media and hateful specialists following my every pulse .
Anyways , a suh me a guh cuz nubody holding I . My queen mother always told I , if they are not lovin you for it let it go.So I apply it here . But im still going to apply the love for others and bless them up in holy matrimony . In a couple more I want to bless a couple with a bonding forever . I will be back wit it when it’s ready ,and see what works can be done to bring the I’s together .
Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA
4/21/2022 11:20:04 PM
Your cutting your covenant?
4/22/2022 10:18:00 AM
I'm struggling with this:
"if they are not lovin you for it let it go"
who is the they? And what is the it limited to?
If they=racists for example...
and it=black skin for example...
should one "let it go"?
I'm trying to contemplate when it is ever okay to change who you are for the sake of others. Maybe a job interview, you dress up. Or maybe you have to follow certain dress policies.
But when you go home you are still you and you can go back to how you normally dress. I'll be damned if someone tells me "I'm not loving your dreads. You should cut them off."
They don't have to love you or anything about you. But if they cannot love you without accepting you for you and who you want to be or how you want to express yourself, that's their problem. And you don't need their love.