Listen Siblings, I come in peace,
“Know Thyself, Be Thyself, Complete Thyself.” — Onitaset Kumat
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Fable: Knobeco and Love
By Onitaset Kumat
As an African, Knobeco can not help but be motivated by Love; as Love inhabits the manners of each African, singing the melodies most honoring our souls, and I taught him well to focus solely on us. Still, he momentarily abandoned my lessons at a great cost, preferring to listen to Tennyson who lied “It is better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all” as if love could be lost. The youthful Knobeco proceeded to try his hand at every intimacy, romance, drama, tragedy, action or comedy he could. And after years of false and vapid loves lost, he returned as unsated as an Occidental, to ask my advice.
“Knobeco Knobeco” I said to him; his name truly being a three-part lesson repeated.
To which he snapped, “I know myself.”
And in rhythm I quipped “Be Thyself.”
And from that instant of his changed will, we saw her majesty Love adorning perfect dark skin, dressed in the clothing befitting her royalty, enter the room where Knobeco and I spoke. As she walked to Knobeco, finally being himself, to take up his hand, to meld her arms, to combine her face, to become one person, I saw Knobeco differently too. He was Knobeco; finally. Then when Love and he conjoined, his Love and he spoke “We are completed.”
From there I saw firsthand the meaning of one of my favorite lessons: “Love shall come to complete you; first know then be yourself.”
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