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I AM BECAUSE WE ARE... BLOG AND VIDEO MOVIE IN AFRICA!

I AM BECAUSE WE ARE.

For each and every one of us, our very existence is dependent upon at least two people other than our individual selves, without whom we would not exist; we would not be able to eat; we would not be able to provide for our daily necessities. As we mature and our skills develop, our survival, well-being, comfort and advancement become dependent upon a number of material resources, many of which must be produced. Among them are food, clothing, shelter, medicines, energy, transportation and tools. There are not many of us who are capable of producing all of these goods that are required for these purposes. Thus, this principle..."I am because We are" carries over into our mature years as we become dependent upon others to produce for us what we do not have the talent or the time to produce for ourselves.

WE ARE BECAUSE I AM.

Without each one of us living up to a commitment to support those who provide the goods that we cannot produce for our individual selves, then there can be no group to provide those goods. The two most prevalent conditions under such circumstances will be abject poverty and/or starvation.

After so many generations of serving as the property of others who are too lazy and/or unskilled to invent their own goods, we should be painfully aware of this reality by now.

"I am because We are; We are because i am."

Your Brother, Your Friend,

Adilifu Sanyika


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Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on July 21, 2017 at 9:15pm

How long will it take for Africans to realize that the deseases are being served up to them by the

EUROENEMIES that give them vaccinations of death in order to steal their land and resources.

These people existed thousands of years without desease before the European came in.

Comment by WACP707 HEALTH/PUBLIC SAFETY on May 16, 2017 at 9:55pm

CAN WE TRUST THEM???????????????????????????????????????????

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