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Unlocking the Power of Honor: A Guiding Light for Our Tribe's Future

  Unlocking the Power of Honor: A Guiding Light for Our Tribe's Future In a world where words often lose their meaning amidst the noise, "Honor" stands tall, embodying a profound truth that resonates deeply within the soul of our community. As we navigate the complexities of modern existence, it's essential to return to the roots that define us, leveraging the timeless principles of Honor, Loyalty, and Sacrifice to forge a path forward. This exploration isn't just about understanding a concept; it's about redefining our collective destiny through the lens of integrity and truth. As a community committed to empowerment and personal growth, we dive deep into the essence of Honor—dissecting its impact on our lives and our interactions with each other. This isn't just an article; it's a manifesto for those ready to embody the true meaning of Honor in their lives, propelling our tribe towards unprecedented heights of unity and strength. The Core of Honor: H

Family Pyramid Math

Family Pyramid Math 1-you 2- 1 st generation 30 years 4- 2 nd generation 60 years 8- 3 rd generation 90 years 16- 4 th generation 120 years 32-5 th generation 150 years 64-6 th generation 180 years 128-7 th generation 210 years 256-8 th generation 240 years 512-9 th generation 270 years 1024-10 th generation 300 years 2048-11 th generation 330 years 4096-12 th generation 360 years 8192-13 th generation 390 years 16384-14 th generation 420 years 32768-15 th generation 450 years 65536-16 th generation 480 years 131072-17 th generation 510 years 262144-18 th generation 540 years 524288-19 th generation 570 years 1048576-20 th generation 600 years Total number of people involved (20 generations) = 2097150 people Here is the math behind the Family Pyramid: I had my students do the math and I put some finishing touches on it.  When I first looked at these numbers I was humbled. These numbers at the same time for me

Malcom X - A Life of Reinvention

I'm listening to Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention (Unabridged) Part 2 on #Audible for #Android. Get the app free: @audible_com This is one of the most extensive commentaries on the life of Malcolm X. It takes a deep look at one of America's greatest men. It brings up points that may upset you, but it is worth a read or listen. Within his writing the author reveals some unknown facts and goes beyond Malcolm X's autobiography. It also paints a picture of some of the possible internal struggles (personal conflicts) that anyone that is involved in struggle may go through. Check it out, the audio is over 22 hours so I can only imagine how long the book is. Nuff Said Peace and 1hunidyears

The Power of your Family Pyrmid

During a recent class I had the pleasure of giving, I challenged the participants to build a "Family Pyramid". A family pyramid is simple a family tree flipped upside down. The idea of this exercise to help the participant to recognize their greatness as well as to help them develop a sense of destiny. Most of the participants completed the assignment. I moved into a discussion about each individual being on earth  for a purpose and the way I used to prove this to them was showing them how many people had to come together in their personal pyramid in order for them to exist. I explained that each individual within their personal pyramid had to come together exactly at the right time in order for them to exist. I further asked them to imagine that everybody within their personal pyramid was brought together by destiny just to produce them. Then I threw out the question "if these people were brought together in the past just so that you can have this moment what are you do

I am giving away 50 copies of the Player's...

I am giving away 50 copies of the Player's Pyramid....check it out tE The Player's Pyramid edit Here is the book you been hearing about on my podcast, and this is the road map to erecting your personal pyramid of greatness. Simply follow the steps, do the work, and watch the process work. You ca... View or comment on Haatim Gye Nyame's post » Google+ makes sharing on the web more like sharing in real life. Learn more . Join Google+ You received this message because Haatim Gye Nyame shared it with Unsubscribe from these emails. You can't reply to this email. View the post to add a comment.


Saw a bird soaring/ Against the force of the wind/ Without stress or strain/ Ha2ku by ha2tim Simple just enjoy life. While watching this bird i was amazed that there was no stress or strain. the Bird just soared through the winds as easily as i had walked out to the park. Even with the wind blowing against him. I can't explain how the bird was doing this, as a matter of fact I dont want to ruin the experience by even trying. I just want to follow it's example and soar through life regardless of which way the wind is blowing. i hope the Ha2ku help you on your Journey. Nuff said Peace and 1hunidyears

Imagination- tool of success o

Imagination is the tool that we use to develop our life or the weapon of our destruction. When we use our imagination to make away, things begin to happen in our life. When we focus our imagination on things, we recieve nothing. We become stuck where we are with visions of possessing the things, but we come up with no means to get it. Focus your imagination on creating the way to wealth rather than focusing on the things of wealth. When we focus on the the things of wealth rather than the means of attaining them we become stuck. We are burning up our axe' (life energy) fantasizing about the rewards of hard work. We have the ability to create within focus our axe' on that and move ourselves along the path we imagined.

The Warrior Spirit

The warrior spirit is important for anyone who wants change their life. A warrior is "one who is experienced or involved with conflict" and anyone that is looking to change is going to experience conflict. The conflicts that will come will start internally and then work themselves out into the world. Conflict is unavoidable when one is seeking any sort of change. Conflict is necessary in our lives because it is only through conflict we grow. Reflect on your own life and look at all the conflicts you had to endure to become who you are today. I humbily suggest that we are a products of conflict, individually and collectively. When we look at the definitiopn of a warrior we can see that it is bigger than a physical war. When we limit the warrior spirit to the battlefeilds of humanity, we limit are ability to tap into the force. We limit our access to the part of ourselves that has helped man/woman evolve beyond our fear, and self imposed  limits. It was the warrior spirit