I express my self because i’m not afraid of myself

some sketch i did .. called reflections
some sketch i did .. called reflections

well its a blessing to really know how to express your self .. but it seems like i only meet people who don’t truly know them self … they are still in the cave !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In the allegory, Plato likens people untutored in the Theory of Forms to prisoners chained in a cave, unable to turn their heads. All they can see is the wall of the cave. Behind them burns a fire. Between the fire and the prisoners there is a parapet, along which puppeteers can walk. The puppeteers, who are behind the prisoners, hold up puppets that cast shadows on the wall of the cave. The prisoners are unable to see these puppets, the real objects, that pass behind them. What the prisoners see and hear are shadows and echoes cast by objects that they do not see. Here is an illustration of Plato’s Cave:

1999. p. 316.
From Great Dialogues of Plato: Complete Texts of the Republic, Apology, Crito Phaido, Ion, and Meno, Vol. 1. (Warmington and Rouse, eds.) New York, Signet Classics: 1999. p. 316.

Inside the cave
Socrates begins his presentation by describing a scenario in which what people take to be real would in fact be an illusion. He asks Glaucon to imagine a cave inhabited by prisoners who have been chained and held immobile since childhood: not only are their arms and legs held in place, but their heads are also fixed, compelled to gaze at a wall in front of them. Behind the prisoners is an enormous fire, and between the fire and the prisoners is a raised walkway, along which puppets of various animals, plants and other things are moved. The puppets cast shadows on the wall, and the prisoners watch these shadows. There are also echoes off the wall from the noise produced from the walkway.
Socrates asks if it isn’t reasonable that the prisoners would take the shadows to be real things and the echoes to be real sounds, not just reflections of reality, since they are all they had ever seen. Wouldn’t they praise as clever whoever could best guess which shadow would come next, as someone who understood the nature of the world? And wouldn’t the whole of their society depend on the shadows on the wall?

ok thats on some greek bull jive but it holds weight …. Its like our people don’t know anything so they seek COMMON SENSE AND GET OFFENDED because they are so much a part of the world and you Are not .. I can not be stupid enough to remain stupid …

Afro – centricity: African Perspective

Pathos: psychologically creating emotional appeal in your delivery.

Ethos: Creating Credibility within the speaker.

Rhetoric: The Art of discovering all of the available means of persuasion.

External Noise: disruption
Internal Noise: psychological input

euro – centric view: european perspective

the need for African History is to correct a distorted Story of life and give a rational worthy study.

King James: god created a world that was once dark and gave light.
world – an all in it – man – breath

Big Bang: man came from molecules

Lucy 2,000,000 years ago found in Kenya

Africa was the only place you can find the origins of all 6 species of man.

Poly – Genetic Theory: multiple races (based on a superiority complex).

Mono – Genetic Theory: one man (all are from)

Natural Selection

Social Definition of Race: a man made theory * dislikes * different.

Biological Definition: talked about the likeness amongst mankind * nature * / more likeness then different

In Africa God was the Center …
Western World Religion is the Center …


Extended Family Concept: every one worked for the whole / man can only marry if he can afford his wife / Father of wife gives the approval / trust / balance / together / established / LIKE MINDS WORK



Nuclear Family Concept: american concept / broken up / anything and anyone can come in between the family / any one can break you up / family is removed / separate / selfish / independent / not trust worthy / lazy /distrust / not dependable late / DIFFERENT MINDS WORK





when you practice some one else’s culture and worship there hero’s and holidays you lose the faith in your self and those that look like you


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