I can’t believe it’s 2022 and people are still racist. It breaks my heart to see people not like black people. We impacted a lot while going through a lot and it saddens me, we’re not valued. It comes from us not valuing ourselves. In this next stage of consciousness, that we are all experiencing, we must value ourselves. We have to position ourselves like the Israelites in the Bible, in order to make it to the other side.
As I was on Instagram today, I saw a post and it struck a nerve. It was a spanish, Puerto Rican guy ignorantly making fun of his black “friend” because of his skin color. He made the comment in a jokingly way, but it wasn’t a joke. I’ve been feeling for some time that Spanish people (all other races, but especially them) are vey racist. I don’t understand how you can be racist to black people. It comes from a very hateful place that needs to be checked by a doctor. I feel sorry for racist, that’s not a way to live life. If your are racist, God isn’t on your side. He doesn’t like ugly. The devil is having his way, and it’s unfair to you. You never get ANYWHERE in life having racism in your heart. It’s like a blockage, that no blessings or miracles can get past.
I have been oblivious to the hidden racism that’s in this country. I am a black woman. I love this skin that I’m in, I look in the mirror and love me. However, many people don’t. They look in the mirror and hate what they see and they take it out on other people, specifically races. That’s what makes a racist. I haven’t been able to wrap my mind around racism, it’s a very touchy subject that I hold dear. Many organizations eat off of blacks being targeted. They take a bad situation and use it to benefit them. That’s even more racist than the harm that was done. So, I never get involved with Black Lives Matter. It’s a hashtag, a company that preys on blacks, I don’t like it. They don’t help.
As black people, we should focus in on the Bible. The bible is telling us what’s going on. It’s a book that never goes out of style because it is made for us. In the Bible, Moses led the Isrealites out of Egypt, that was his purpose. But God didn’t take the usual route, because of Pharoah’s (King of Egypt) army so he told Moses to lead the people toward the Red Sea. They had to go through a desert. They had to unlearn they things they were taught in Egypt, their spirit was tested. Many died trying to make it to the promised land. We are in Egypt, this world symbolizes Egypt where there are many false Gods. But when you break free and choose to live righteously, you must give up what you know and go through the wilderness/ desert. You have to trust that God is leading you to the promise land. When they finally made it, generations had been born and they were new people. They no longer had sin in their heart. Their customs were different.
As black people, this is for us. We are the Israelites. We are slaves in Egypt, it’s apparent. We must wake up and leave Egypt, mentally. We must give up habits that are keeping us here. Habits like smoking weed, being over promiscuous and hardening our hearts to God. God is the one and only savior. No healing can come unless it’s from him. But it’s a partnership, God partners with us to leave Egypt. We have to do our part in leaving sin behind. They had to leave everything they had in Egypt and follow Moses.
Now is the time to choose life. We get so wrapped up in the world that we lose sight of our oppression. When you are mentally enslaved, you are troubled and have a lot of hate in your heart. God has been working on me, that’s why I’m able to tell you. Choose life and leave sin behind.