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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Why Seeds Keep Choosing The Way Of African Blackness
Unity Consciousness #774


(Part 3 of 8)

Why Choose African Blackness?

Because to be African is difficult, that's why it is an excellent thing as well!
Borobibitarey ga cendi, woo se a ga boori.

Borobibitarey means: the process of being African.

Boro: person
Bibi: black
Borobibi: blackness
Tarey: process (1)

Imagine this now in the fuller context of the process of being blackness, spiritness and wayne bibi – the essential goodness and fullest expression. This is what it means to be African.

Imagine this now in the fuller context of the process of being the Creator. To be the Creator is difficult, that's why it is an excellent thing as well!

Combine these two understandings and you have excellence in both physical and spiritual form. This is why we keep choosing the way of African Blackness.
Why choose to be fruit, branches, leaves or roots when you can choose to be the beginning, the birth, the origin, the Seed from which all else proceeds?
Because of the enormity of responsibility for laying the foundation for creations, the Seed must possess the potential for excellence in all ways, no matter what the odds are. The Seed must be tried, tested and found true.
Eternity, Universe and Humanity (civilization) must be Seeded with that which can withstand any shape, form or fashion in any combination. Such a Seed is the Creator's Higher Spirit and such a Seed is African Blackness.
This is why we keep choosing African Blackness because we have but one choice always, get understanding eventually and evolve or else you and everything built on and based on you – ceases to exist forever.
Fruit, branches and leaves can be weak and the the tree survive and come back. Trunk can be cut to the ground and the tree comes back. Roots can be snatched from their nurturing place and yet all hope is not lost.

The Seed is wise and so is the womb.
The Seed never lets it get this far without already having done something about it.
At the first sign of stress, the Seed from deep within, redirects resources and ensures some Seeds will survive.
These Seeds are dispersed, tucked away, preserved and hidden.
Earth has already plainly shown us this through metaphor.
We have some idea of how many Seeds there are in small amounts of Soil.
Earth is completely covered in and surrounded by Soil. Some of it has Air on top of it and some has Air and Water above it, some of it is Water and some is Air. Soil is multidimensional and so are Seeds. Spirit and Blackness is everywhere.

Each of these Seeds (stem cells) are capable of reformulating and being whatever is needed.

This is why Seeds keep choosing African Blackness because it provides the greatest opportunity for self-mastery.
Yes, there are lows but they are extremely brief compared to the extensive collective highs.
Yes, challenges seem to overstay their welcome but overcoming is always right there also, reaffirming, with persistence, then patience, the greatness within the Seed.

(1) Maiga, Hassimi, “Conversational Songhoy [SonghoySenni] Language of Mali (West Africa),” New Orleans: Muhrem Books, 1996., paraphrased

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