Of Highlighting Meaningful Texts

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“If the Master teaches what is error, the disciple’s submission is slavery; if he teaches truth, this submission is ennoblement.” — KMT Proverb

The following post was written 8/4/2012.  It’s meant to implement a new highlighting tradition on the African Blood Siblings Newsletter.  It’s for reference.  Write the ABS about building an African Blood Siblings Community Center where more truth can be brought to your Community’s way and thus resonate with your nature.  Subscribe, share, love.

Of Highlighting Meaningful Texts
By Onitaset Kumat

This is a reference post.  The ABS sometimes copies and pastes written works from Originals who are not purely Originalist.  As such, it’s necessary to bold their works and explain whether they speak truth or falsehood.  Another means to make that commentary is to color code the bold.  As such, the ABS will employ the RED, BLACK, GREEN Method.

The Red chosen is code: #ff0000  [This is also the “Red Font” in column 1, row 3]
The Black chosen is code: The basic font
The Green chosen is code: #339966 [This is also the “Green font” in column 4, row 3]

Red will stand for errors or “Orientalist” or “Occidentalist” thought.  As in, thought discordant with your nature.

Black will stand for just a meaningful message to reflect upon.

Green will stand for truth or “Originalist” thought.  As in, thought in resonance with your nature.

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