She matches my blackness 


I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should change about a woman…

Her last name, her address, and the way she feels about men…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should be to a woman…

Her spiritual leader, her security, and her best friend…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should say to a woman…

I love you, I got you, and don’t worry about a thing…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should give to a woman…

My last name, my ring, and my everything…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should accept from a woman…

Her children, her prayers, and her heart…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should listen for in a woman…

Her dreams, her thoughts, and her cries…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should see in a woman…

Her value, her loyalty, and her smile…

I’ve learned there’s 3 things I should cherish in a woman…

Her laughter, her kisses, and her love~

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Kevin waters

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overstanding IFA

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The following are a series of short videos on IFA. Ifá refers to the system of divination and the verses of the literary corpus known as the Odú Ifá. Yoruba religion identifies Orunmila as the Grand Priest; as that which revealed Oracle divinity to the world. Such is his association with the Oracle divinity; in some instances, the term “Orunmila” is used interchangeably with Ifá.

The science of Ifa runs through more apparently disparate “systems” than may believe. The following videos explains this.

In various societies in the diaspora and even on the Afrikan continent, the science of Ifa is either considered primitive and barbaric, or negative and harmful. The same kneegrows who frown on the science of Ifa,  run blindly into the arms of christianinsanity, Arabism and Shebrewism.

If we overstand the science of Ifa and practice Ifa with good intentions, our blessings will manifest exponentially.

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