“It is said that if you give a man a fish you feed him for a day, but if you teach him to fish he can feed himself for a lifetime. However if you own the lake you feed your people for generations!”
Wealth is almost totally transferred by inheritance so if one destroys your ability to transfer ownership than you suffocate the ability to build and sustain wealth.
Solidarity within your community is met with opposition because when your house is in order the holy spirit can lead and empower that community, however if their is division in your house the spirit of the Most High CAN NOT dwell there!
The enemy of your soul is the enemy of your prosperity, and this enemy DOES NOT want you to have unity, but your enemy desires you to be separated and divided as to keep you ignorant and broken.
You can only build wealth if you own something and leave what you owned to your descendants.
If I am led to bring solidarity to my people so that we can build wealth and start the process of prosperity why would that effort be met with adversity?
building wealth is not finding a job, but the planting (investment) of a gift…wealth is your investment creating you revenue streams that you use to reinvest into more revenue streams
We are fed images and sound bites of what is going on around us and manipulated by the gatekeepers of media until reality is a built fantasy far from the actual truth. Wealth, family, and faith has been distorted by the the media especially the industry that targets the black community.
The violent images of Ray Rice has been displayed and analyzed by a vast array of news shows snowballing into scrutiny of even college level players highlighting domestic violence. While the murder of Mike Brown that erupted into riots slowly faded into the background very curiously by the violent act of this Ray Rice without the attention on police brutality. It would seem the ugliest aspects of the black community is broadcasted and then commercialized by the music industry digested by the world until we slowly construct a new reality of others and the status of our community.
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