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You may have heard of The Willie Lynch speech, which is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch to an audience on the banks of the James River in 1712 regarding the control or making of slaves within the US colony. While the source and author is questionable, the strategy is alive and working today. In the address Willie Lynch boasts of his method and how that it’s effective. He says “I use fear, distrust and envy for control”. And I would like to focus on the fear factor since that is the main factor of the proverb. Fear brings bondage —it paralyzes the soul and spirit. Whether you realize it or not we are slaves to what or whom we fear. Fear controls. What happens is that whenever we are overwhelmed with fear, the part of the brain responsible for reasoning and judgment is impaired. That’s why it’s hard to think of the best solution or easy to become slave to bad habits when you are too afraid. Truth is, we all feel fear occasionally. How then should we fight it? Well, you shouldn’t or I should say you can’t — you should feel it and focus on something else. It’s quite simplistic but you see, our brains can consciously focus on only one thing at a time, once you are in the act of doing something else, your fear fades away. Be bold! #AfricanProverb #tagafriendtoreadthis #CentralAfricanRepublicProverb #africanproverbspage

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Traveling is learning. ~Kenyan Proverb

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“🇲🇬🇲🇬🇲🇬🇲🇬🇲🇬🇲🇬🇲🇬”
• the “🧠” gets all confused with all the internal chatter! Sometimes it’s like going in circles aka “🔄”!

(Found on google) Dont treat us differently and dont pretend to understand. You will find that with gentle questions and compassion most people will open up, its just left to do it alone and that how we feel, alone. #africanproverb #mentalhealth #reachout #careforlovedones #breakthesilence #compassion #understanding #learn #educateyourself

RepostRegramApp - You may have heard of The William Lynch speech, which is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch to an audience on the banks of the James River in 1712 regarding the control or making of slaves within the US colony. While the source and author is questionable, the strategy is alive and working today. In the address Willie Lynch boasts of his method and how that it’s effective. He says “I use fear, distrust and envy for control”. And I would like to focus on the fear factor since that is the main factor of the proverb. Fear brings bondage —it paralyzes the soul and spirit. Whether you realize it or not we are slaves to what or whom we fear. Fear controls. What happens is that whenever we are overwhelmed with fear, the part of the brain responsible for reasoning and judgment is impaired. That’s why it’s hard to think of the best solution or easy to become slave to bad habits when you are too afraid. Truth is, we all feel fear occasionally. How then should we fight it? Well, you shouldn’t or I should say you can’t — you should feel it and focus on something else. It’s quite simplistic but you see, our brains can consciously focus on only one thing at a time, once you are in the act of doing something else, your fear fades away. Be bold! #AfricanProverb #tagafriendtoreadthis #CentralAfricanRepublicProverb

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You may have heard of The William Lynch speech, which is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch to an audience on the banks of the James River in 1712 regarding the control or making of slaves within the US colony. While the source and author is questionable, the strategy is alive and working today. In the address Willie Lynch boasts of his method and how that it’s effective. He says “I use fear, distrust and envy for control”. And I would like to focus on the fear factor since that is the main factor of the proverb. Fear brings bondage —it paralyzes the soul and spirit. Whether you realize it or not we are slaves to what or whom we fear. Fear controls. What happens is that whenever we are overwhelmed with fear, the part of the brain responsible for reasoning and judgment is impaired. That’s why it’s hard to think of the best solution or easy to become slave to bad habits when you are too afraid. Truth is, we all feel fear occasionally. How then should we fight it? Well, you shouldn’t or I should say you can’t — you should feel it and focus on something else. It’s quite simplistic but you see, our brains can consciously focus on only one thing at a time, once you are in the act of doing something else, your fear fades away. Be bold! #AfricanProverb #tagafriendtoreadthis #CentralAfricanRepublicProverb

You may have heard of The Willie Lynch speech, which is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch to an audience on the banks of the James River in 1712 regarding the control or making of slaves within the US colony. While the source and author is questionable, the strategy is alive and working today. In the address Willie Lynch boasts of his method and how that it’s effective. He says “I use fear, distrust and envy for control”. And I would like to focus on the fear factor since that is the main factor of the proverb. Fear brings bondage —it paralyzes the soul and spirit. Whether you realize it or not we are slaves to what or whom we fear. Fear controls. What happens is that whenever we are overwhelmed with fear, the part of the brain responsible for reasoning and judgment is impaired. That’s why it’s hard to think of the best solution or easy to become slave to bad habits when you are too afraid. Truth is, we all feel fear occasionally. How then should we fight it? Well, you shouldn’t or I should say you can’t — you should feel it and focus on something else. It’s quite simplistic but you see, our brains can consciously focus on only one thing at a time, once you are in the act of doing something else, your fear fades away. Be bold! #AfricanProverb #tagafriendtoreadthis #CentralAfricanRepublicProverb

“Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter.” #truth #wisdom #learn #africanproverb

It is not necessary to blow out another person's lantern, in order for yours to shine. A Swahili Proverb #AfricanProverb #TheExpertParent #ShouldKnowBetter😂😂 #TheImperfectJuggler_Coventry

“If you educate a man you educate an individual - but if you educate a woman you educate a nation.” - African Proverb 📝

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