The Allegory of the Fallen Branch

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“True sages are those who give what they have, without meanness and without secret!”KMT Proverb

The above proverb is well-demonstrated in this Allegory.  Strive to help.  The best way to help our people is to build an African Blood Siblings Community Center.  Write for more information.  Subscribe, share, love.

The Allegory of the Fallen Branch
By Onitaset Kumat

Siblings, get in touch with your ancestry, to see within your daily habits, what whispers are sent you.

For instance, earlier this month, I took a nightly stroll to a friend’s and on the way athletically leaped over a dead tree branch.

It was a jump befitting my ancestry: high, far, impressive.  Kudos me.

But lo, on my return, noticing the obstacle again, I swept it aside, that those with less will to leap, could bypass the branch.

What message was there?

Oftentimes, we tell one another “Research all your own” or “Know thyself (by yourself,)” realizing that there’s an obstacle to self-knowledge, a real hurdle that we may or may not have jumped, and we, by first impression, fancy this independent learning as premium.  However, this individualistic approach to our liberation, burdens our people with obstacles, and invents specialistic and divisive egos, against our ancient practice of communality.  That said, as with my book, this blog will remove those obstacles to knowledge our people normally face.  You too ought improve the passage of our community by setting aside the obstacles to our liberation.

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2 thoughts on “The Allegory of the Fallen Branch

  1. diaryofanegress

    Ahhhh…now you are spying on me. I have the Latin words: Nosce Te Ipsum in my kitchen. I’ve always been curious as to know myself…all of me including the horrible, the stubborn and the likable. A very difficul task indeed.

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