Black Man/Woman’s Highest Calling

Black Love.....

A black man’s highest calling is to protect a black woman so she can walk the earth unharmed.  A black man’s lowest calling is to ambush and force his way into the life of a woman.

A black woman’s highest calling is to lead a black man to his soul as to unite him with the Creator/the Source.  A black woman’s lowest calling is to seduce him,separate him from his soul,and leave him wondering.

Black Mother-Marcus Garvey

Black Mother..

Where can I find love that never changes
Smiles that are true and always just the same,
Caring not how the fierce tempest rages,
Willing ever to shield my honored name?

This I find at home, only with Mother,
Who cares for me with patient tenderness;
She from every human pain would rather
Save me, and drink the dregs of bitterness.

If on life’s way I happen to flounder,
My true thoughts should be of Mother dear,
She is the rock that ne’er rifts asunder,
The cry of her child, be it far or near.

Moms...

This is love wonderful beyond compare;
It is God’s choicest gift to mortal man;
You, who know Mother, in this thought must share,
For, she, of all, is Angel of your Clan.

My Mother is black, loveliest of all;
Yes, she is as pure as the new made morn;
Her song of glee is a clear rythmic call
To these arms of love to which I was born.

I shall never forget you, sweet Mother,
Where’er in life I may happen to roam;
Thou shalt always be the Fairy Charmer
To turn my dearest thoughts to things at home.

Marcus Garvey

The Sacred Woman

Sacred Woman

“A sacred woman is a spiritual woman, who is conscious of the Creator.
Healthy sacred food is the foundation of the body temple of a sacred woman.
A sacred woman is filled with the light and love of the Most High Supreme, and she shares this love brilliantly with whoever enters her walk.
A sacred woman’s love is so fierce, so deep,
that she can reclaim a man from jail, a homeless person off the street, a man who is high and dry, and wrap him up, pack him with healing clay, scrub him, soak him, steam him, feed him, and pray him into being his true self, a High King.
All who enter her aura are healed by her presence.
This is the natural power of the sacred woman.
When a sacred woman enters a room, the vibrations of the people and room are raised and filled with light.
Wherever she walks, the ground is blessed.
She holds no anger, revenge, rage, or strife. In her spirit she carries the ancient African feather or Maat, which symbolizes truth, justice, and righteousness, indicating that her heart is as light as a feather.
Free from malice.
Her developed spiritual wisdom means that she allows absolutely nothing to disturb her peace, calm, and grace”
Queen Afua