“I am where I am because of the bridges that I burned that I crossed. Sojourner Truth was a bridge. Harriet Tubman was a bridge. Ida B. Wells was a bridge. Madame CJ. Walker was a bridge. Fannie Lou Hamer was a bridge.” -Oprah Winfrey 
The system black people are deeply oppressed in has hidden the divine connection. Leaving the oppressed with merely a crumb to find their way back home. If one is to have the willpower to find their way back, they could leave enough crumbs to help those in search of the path. This will set the trend, and ultimately result in strengthening our knowledge of the path to prosperity. The path that is opened to experiencing (your dreams), and always returning to that from which you came, as nature does. 
Of course, this is more a more focused perspective , but the overall concept is what I am extracting. All of our ancestors are bridges in which we had to cross in order to have our current place. Our current place is filled with opportunities that we have not taken complete advantage of due to generations of oppression. 
It’s starting to be less difficult to see our truths, because the world is beginning to be overwhelmed with a chaos that can be simplified as “multiple truths”. When One’s truth does not resonate with another’s, “lie” is a common misplacement of this unseen knowledge. But the entire concept of “lie” does not exist. It is only within the origin of truth can a “lie” derive. A “lie” is this notion of falsehood that means nothing, but originates from something. Which is not reflected in nature. But it is the truth that intertwines within this notion of falsehood that resonates within. The TRUTH can only ever be hidden with a tool for the unseen. In a land of trees lives a man. This man is then turned blind and told there are no trees. If the man begins to sit and never stands this becomes his truth. But once the man stands up and begins to feel the land surrounding him, he’ll begin to smell , and visualize the truth of the land. This is the truth of the black individual in today’s society. If prosperity is your ultimate goal you must know your true nature. This requires you to know where you come from in order to know where you’re headed. 
In conclusion, once the oppressed black individual begins to educate themselves on their history they will begin to prosper. This is factual because black people are born to prosper, and will do so. They’re have been a great deal of fights against oppression, and we continue the fight entering the doors that have been uncovered for us. Ending with a dialogue, I can only hope the seriousness of oppression and the actions necessary to take place have been highlighted throughout. Thank you. 
 — “What are you here to do?” 
-”Get My people out of the system” 
 — “The System of what?” 
-”The system in which you allow another to identify who you are and what you mean to this world” 
 — “Hmm, sounds like slavery” 
-”It is. But its a slavery where the shackles seep deep enough to slice open the flesh. Leaving it raw, “The shackles” begin to surge its way through the body deconstructing whatever it entangles. The mind is the last to be gripped but the first to react to the whip” 
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