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Part 9 - Forgiveness

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Baba Wesley Gray

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"There is a African American spiritual that says,"It's time to get ready to put on the long white robe."In Yoruba culture,we are taught that the white robe is your character,your Iwa. .When you wear white,you must be very careful of what you do.Obatala is the keeper of the white robe. He represents the universal princiiple of knowledge,patience, wisdom,humility,service and wealth."The white robe also makes you conscious of your environment and how you behave at all times.If you make a wrong move in the wrong direction, you will be seen.If you move carelessly or hasstily,  you run the risk of soiling your white robe.Black men are being called upopn not to allow the ways of the world to continue to soil your white robe" - Iyanla Vanzant

Long known as the country's leading authority on spirituality and empowerment for Black women, Iyanla Vanzant now offers a message of faith, self-knowledge, and courage for Black men in the struggles, crises, and victories we face in today's society. Teaching Black men to recognize and tap the energy of our own spirits. Vanzant uses a brilliant and transforming blend of ancient African spirituallity, practical self-help advice, and comtemporary faith to help Black men and the women who love them, nurture the strength and power that are our birthright."

"Sister Iyanla has given us a first: A Sister's visionary prescription for the transformation of her Brothers.  This prescription addresses the unique and special healing of black men, but it speaks to he health of all men" 

Dr. NA'IM AKBAR, Author of Visions of the Black, and The Psychology of Slavery

"Ms Vanzant is the first to offer a concrete path and process to spiritual, political, and economic power in a tradition that is familiar to us.Thank you my sister,daughter,friend."

Rev. Jesse Jackson,President, National Rainbow Coalition