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Last night I was very emotional, symptoms from awakening. And I was nervous as all hell, crying. I was talking out loud about how I was scared, despite knowing I shouldn’t be. And crying just felt so relieving. My body was healing itself, so I just let myself get consumed by the feelings until it passed and I felt better.
Then I looked at the clock and it read “12:22” and I knew I was being given a sign. I know everything is alright now, despite still being nervous. But it made me feel so much better and I knew that I was being watched over. I did my research about angelic numbers and it gave me a sense of calmness.
I was also thinking of Dane Cook, where you just need a good cry sometimes. I then felt like watching a movie, to try and distract myself, and as I was scrolling through the channels, Dane Cook was on! I laughed and I said thank you. Still crying a bit of course, but I felt better none the less.
I just need to take things a day at a time and not rush this. I’ve been rushing a little bit, I got excited without fully understanding everything. But I feel so much better today. I will meditate tomorrow, but today I just need to focus on me a bit. Not push myself too far..
If anyone would like to talk to me about spiritual awakening, message me any time! I would really like to talk to other people about this. Share experiences.
i am an african-american and AAVE actually offends me. i hate that “certain words” belong to us blacks. i hate that certain things such as dances, type of dress, and media belongs to us. isn’t culture, music, fashion, and stuff meant to be shared for everyone? as well as dancing? dancing is universal. it is meant to be shared.
i hate AAVE. why? it stereotypes me. my culture. stuff like “ya’ll”, “gurl”, “nah”, or “ayy” or whatever tumblr users think belong to blacks only isn’t just for us. when you SAY that certain words are just for blacks, that is racist. not only towards the person you’re calling out, but to my people as well.
i get some blacks wanna reclaim black culture. that’s great!! but do we REALLY wanna be known for shit like “ya’ll” or twerking? people are saying large asses and twerking is just for blacks. that’s stereotyping. i’m almost gonna cry as i write this. STOP STEREOTYPING ME AND MY CULTURE.
we are already known for big asses, rap music, and all that shit and that is NOT us. we, just like any other people, are full of inventors, writers, poets, musicians, designers, all that good and dandy shit. when you say twerking is for blacks only and whites, hispanics, and/or asians shouldn’t do it, when you defend AAVE and say its for blacks only, you are stereotyping.
oh, someone said “bruh” and only blacks can say it? stereotyping.
if us blacks allegedly descend from kings and queens as we’re often told and tell ourselves, why don’t we act like the royalty we are? let’s NOT associate ourselves with negative stereotypes such as twerking, rap music, and terrible slang. yes, again, i get that we should reclaim our culture, but stereotyping us is NOT the way.
i hate AAVE. it offends me. it is stereotyping.
if an asian wants to say “ya’ll”, let them.
if a white person wants to have a large ass, let them.
if a hispanic wants to wear cornrows or dreads, let them.
don’t police them.
none of that is exclusive to us.
AAVE is offensive and it stereotypes. at least, in my personal opinion.
as a black person, LISTEN TO ME. just know SOME of us blacks are fucking hurt and offended. and please know that i, personally, do not need hypocritical SJWs speaking for me when they stereotype me.