Leviticus 20 vs 25 Ye shall therefore put difference between clean beasts and unclean, and between unclean fowls and clean; and ye shall not make your souls abominable by beast, or by fowl, or by any manner of living thing that creepeth on the ground, which I have separated from you as unclean…… I consider myself a decent cook, not to fancy…..but mostly edible and presentable that the most hungry and starved for a good meal won’t go running and screaming from the dining room table or head first into the nearest toilet. However its time to step.
Nehemiah 8 vs. 10 “The joy of the Lord is your strength.” Sisters, our people are spiritually and physically SICK. We need help and healing from the Lord. The only medicine that is going to help us is the Bible. To be prescribed and taken daily as per the direct orders from the Heavenly Father. Fasting, prayer and some of us need bed rest to remove the demons. With an extra dose of fellowship and exhortation to go with the bitter pills of trials and tribulations. Acts 14 vs 22 “Confirming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we through much tribulation.
Querida hermanas Afro Latinas, Ustedes nunca an sido aceptadas por la sociedad. Negra/ marron con un poco de sabor Hispano. Desde la piel clara con pelo grueso, hasta pelo oscuro con trensas rectas. Algo siempre a sido diferente en ti. Lo puedes sentir en tu espiritu. Puesdes preguntarte…… Porque me siento de esa manera? Puedes indentificar y creer que la nacion de Israel fueron esclavizados porque desobedesimos los mandamientos de Dios de acuerdo a Deuteronomio 28. Eres mi querida hija/ hermana de otra madre. La madre de la 12 tribu de Israel. Bienvenida a casa! Usted tambien calga los fracasos de la familia rota, y la sicratises de nuestra.
Currently, the media has been all abuzz in the past 2-3 years regarding the resurrection of the natural hair movement. I’d like to think of it as an awakening out of sleep or a revival. A coming back to our roots so to speak. Our hair perception is often attributed to how we perceive ourselves socially, spiritually, and economically. Gone are the afro picks and political standoffs that our brothers and sisters stood and died for in the 1960s and 1970’s. Our current stance as a people is based much less on any political platform but upon individual acceptance, fashion, love of hair and pride for ones’ self. As we gained acceptance into this.