Archive for June, 2017

Accountability

What I realized over the years is that not everyone is interested in change. People admitting that they have issues are rare. It took me some time to accept this fact being that I have a transparent personality. It was a mystery to me why a lot of folk are in denial about their shortcomings. Some of us either don’t know we have issues or in denial about our issues. It is a challenge for me to sustain a healthy relationship with people who fail to notice the part that they play in anything. I had to discontinue a few relationships with people who fail to take accountability for their own actions. Blaming others, shaming others, just being critical of things with a limited perception. Sometimes we need to remove ourselves from people, places, and things that no longer serve us.

In order for me to restore, reevaluate, and realign myself I need to disconnect.  Folk who are unaware or pretend to be unaware of their own actions is a trigger for me. I’m open, honest, & willing. With that I need to be surrounded by people who are sensitive to my recovery process. I need constant inspiration, reassurance and compassion. Most of my pain began during my childhood years. I’m purposely selective. Just because people are friends are family does not mean they need to be a part of my life. This was tough for me at first due to nostalgic memories, however I realized that I could cherish positive memories and remember the good. It is our responsibility as adults to get any necessary help as needed. We need to know that ,growth is a vital part of being a human being.

I think that it is hustling backwards to be recovering meanwhile still be surrounded by people, places & things that make me sick. Forgiving someone does not mean going to be with them again in the physical form. It simply allows me to forgive myself and the part that I played and heal spiritually. I was strong enough to realize that I needed to create healthy boundaries. It felt good to take back my life. I’m not closed from the people I removed or altered communication with. I’m merely aware and alert to my needs and my peace of mind. If these so-called friends and family members ever choose to be accountable and get some professional help with their root issues, I will reconsider my relationship with them. Until then, I will carry on respectively.

This entry has been inspired by a Facebook friend who tagged me in a post regarding his struggle with mental health. I let him know that he is not alone. I simply reminded him that before we accept these labels, let us take a closer look at the people, places, & things that surround us daily. Sometimes being in an enviornment that is not supportive will make us feel like it’s our fault. When all the while some of us just haven’t been holding others accountable.

Peace.

#SparkPlenty

Fatima.

“Im not for any one; Im for every won”.

 

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Mutuality

Have you ever felt taken advantage of?

Have you ever felt like you were amidst a partnership that is just completely imbalanced?

Are women only needed for balance or is it a mix of men and women?

Can we be mutual as people in our relationships in life?

The answers to all of these questions for me have been varied. For instance I always am aware that women and men together are needed to balance the World plus the consciousness that breathes life into each one of us on this Earth. We are here for a sense of mutuality or a corresponding balance between each other regardless of how we define ourselves. It’s not just about a collectivist “Nation” state agenda to work with in this World as that is limited in perspective when dealing with 7 Billion plus people Nations no longer are nearly as important as working with each other peer to peer or person to person, spirit to spirit.

So why always focus on just Nations?

Nations do not work to me for the same reason collectivism doesn’t solely work, for lack of balance.

 

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BLEXIT Expo Q3: Exchanging Ideas and Solutions

Be sure to attend the Black Economic Exit’s Third Quarter Bitcoin Expo detailing ideas of how to adopt cryptocurrency for your own business, individual freelancing projects, and or just investing for self. Too many of us are focusing on fighting police and governments when we should instead focus on being apolitical and decentralized peer to peer between ourselves. Human to Human which is real MONEY and that is MONEY between ourselves digitally and cryptographically not to be disseminated by Central Banks of the World for much longer.  If you don’t know much about the creation of money please study on your merits before you learn about Bitcoin and cryptography.

There is always something that we can learn from others including Moors of the African Diaspora of the past and the current one going on now between continents.

From Exu Miller El Founder of the Moab’bit Association of The Moorish Science Temple of America:

“General Admission will give you entry into the Bitcoin Expo as an observer. Listen in as we discuss ideas of how to advance bitcoin adoption, our experiences and best practices. We will cover the BLEXIT, bitcoin, banking and enterprise. All proceeds go to the BLEXIT crowdfund. We appreciate your support.

For VIP Tickets to join our panel, visit http://www.TheBLEXIT.com and purchase your ticket dirextly through the website with bitcoin.”

 

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