Decode You Identity (7)

Opening Charge

‘What became of the Black people of Sumer the traveller asked the old man, for ancient records show that the people of Sumer were Black. What happened to them? “Ah,” the old man sighed, “they lost their history, so they died.’ Chancellor Williams

Hello my friends, sure you are doing great this Monday morning. If you are all doing great and I strongly believe you are, it may be pointless to ask how your weekend was. I especially welcome you to the week of Valentine. I will be breaking this series tomorrow and do a piece on Valentine. I think it is a piece worth watching out for.

Let me quickly share with you another bus-stop in our journey of self-discovery. Last week, we dealt with the commitment to accepting and loving yourself. I rounded up with one of my personal stories on this area.

Today, I will like to take you to another level. To operate the passwords to decoding your identity, you must identify positive and negative impact of your upbringing. As I have earlier established, we are all products of our childhood experiences. Every of our positive attitude today is traceable to our childhood experiences. Likewise every of our negative attitude today is traceable to our childhood experiences. There is no way you can find who you really are today, without visiting your past, I mean your childhood. Your childhood was your foundation. The Holy Writ says, ‘if the foundation be faulty, what shall the righteous do?’

Chancellor Williams wrote the Destruction of Black Civilisation. In that book, he established that civilisation began from Africa. He tried to trace the credible and empirical reasons why we lost our place as Africans. He wrote, ‘What became of the Black people of Sumer the traveller asked the old man, for ancient records show that the people of Sumer were Black. What happened to them? “Ah,” the old man sighed, “they lost their history, so they died.’ This thought establishes that the beginning of personal, family or national revolution is found in tracing our personal, family or national history; identifying the lessons and taking a credible decision to change the tide, where we find negative experiences.

Having established the need for us to trace our childhood history in our quest to decode our identity, I will like to stop here. Next, I will share with you what the posture you need to take to trace your childhood history. I will share with you what you will do with both positive and negative experiences.

Thank you for hanging out with me this day. I will be with you again tomorrow only by the grace of God.

Thank you.

POINT 2 PONDER:

Every of our positive attitude today is traceable to our childhood experiences. Likewise every of our negative attitude today is traceable to our childhood experiences. There is no way you can find who you really are today, without visiting your past, I mean your childhood.

Have an INSPIRED Day.

I’m Taiwo Akinlami & I Lead the TeacherFIRE™ Revolution

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