Blessed Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day 2018!!!

BY RASHAKIM ABIMILECH HUDSON

Father’s day is a significant and recognisable International observance, and even has origins in history. “The History of Father’s Day celebration as seen today is not even a hundred years old. Thanks to the hard work and struggle of Ms Sonora Louise Smart Dodd of Washington that just as we have set aside Mother’s Day to honor mothers, we have a day to acknowledge the important role played by the father. However, some scholars opinion is that Father’s Day history is much older than we actually believe it to be. They say that the custom of honoring dad’s on a special day is over 4,000 years old.” Society’s indifference towards fathers below the poverty line, and the lack of respect they receive for their efforts is a negative trend that has begun to plague communities across the country, which brings to light the city of Rochester Ny, where most men, fathers and leaders of color struggle with poverty and oppression, with poor or chronic health and financial issues. The fathers of color in the community are represented by the media, to be only in distress or (thirsty)-hungry, and selfish with ignorant and shameful behavior. The real fact of matter is that most fathers in the community are very good men with strong principles and trustworthy character. They are rich in survival mindset, and well experienced in their faith in the most high. Even the less desirable and estranged fathers deserve to be recognized at least for having given life. Father’s day should be to remember those who try everyday, those who struggle every day and the everyday father who doesn’t need recognition, but respects his role as parent in the community. Honorable not just for one day, but everyday by his actions, spoken words, and participation in his children’s lives. Having support to build mental emotional spiritual and financial bridges that keep the gap from developing in his home, family, community, work, school and even church is very important for today’s fathers. I want to keep fathers of the community of Rochester, Ny aware of their blessings, and I want to remind all fathers in Rochester and the world, especially fathers of color, to give your loved ones the opportunity to honor you by simply loving yourself with discipline, and of course respect humbleness and humility.

-Since 2017 RASHAKIM ABIMILECHH, LLC.

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Most Important Thing

The most important thing we can learn how to do today is think for ourselves. It’s good to keep wide-open ears and listen to what everybody else has to say, but when you come to make a decision, you have to weigh all of what you’ve heard on its own, and place it where it belongs, and then come to a decision for yourself; and you’ll never regret it. But if you form the habit of taking what someone else says about a thing without checking it out for yourself, you’ll find that other people will have you hating your own friends and loving your enemies. This is one of the things that our people are beginning to learn today, that it is very important to think out a situation for yourself. If you don’t do it, then you’ll always be maneuvered into actually — you’ll never fight your enemies, but you will find yourself fighting your own self.

-MALCOLM X

RELIGION

The Negro is now accepting the religion of the real Christ, not the property-robbing, gold-stealing, diamond-exploiting Christ, but the Christ of love, Justices and Mercy. The Negro wants no more of the white man’s religion as it applies to his race, for it is alie and a farce; it is propaganda pure and simple to make fools of a race and rob the precious world, the gift of God to man, and to make it the exclusive home of pleasure, prosperity and happiness for those who have enough intelligence to realize that GOD made them masters of their fate and architects of their own destinies.

-MARCUS GARVEY

BE AWARE …

No one likes pain. But we live in a fallen world, and the sting of sin touches us all. That heartache buries some in grief or bitterness so deep that it defines their life. Many others feel powerless to forgive and remain shackled to their wounds as a result. Understandably, in times of great hurt, healing can often seem out of reach. But there is hope! The Lord is present in our suffering, and it’s through His grace that we find healing for our brokenness.

I was convicted and sent to prison not because I defrauded anyone, but because of the wicked enemies of my own race. I would not blame the few whites that contributed to my conviction, neither will I blame the Government. I blame the malicious and jealous Negros , who for the sake of money will sell their own mothers. My own Black people lied on me and I was sent to jail for 5 years. Our people are so wicked to themselves, and they are not satisfied until they are telling the enemies something about themselves

-MARCUS GARVEY

F.A.T.H.A. & T.O.R.C.H.

This is not a Warning ,but a fact to both sides of the coin . believe what you will , but overstand the position and roles as parents and child. There is no substitute , relieve patenting nor governing body that can play your role better then you.” For all that you brlrive and know yourself enough to do better in your life and your dependence so they can become independent above all … Never forget your job required no interviews , education of institutions but from your or a elder ,and you never ever required special technique abilities to raise a child but give thanks for there health , the wisdom of danger and the knowledge experience of the Most High absolute wisdom , teachings not beatings and wickedness…”

Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and mother; (which is the first commandment with promise;) That it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth. And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
-Ephesians 6:1‭-‬4

-selah

INI

F.A.T.H.A. & T.O.R.C.H.

A bowl of vegetables with someone you love is better than steak with someone you hate.

-Proverbs 15:17

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