"Regard the Dignity" (Algerian Woman)

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"Regard the Dignity" (Algerian Woman)

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Words on cover:
“Through it all I have been calm and self- contained, gracious, beautiful, and strong”
”regard the dignity”
When did you start associating peace with powerlessness? When did you forget that peace belongs to you and can arm you like a weapon or cover you like a shield? Keep your peace. Let them burn.

REGARD: I kept the ORIGINAL END PAGES in this journal to protect the integrity of the binding itself. See photo.

Details:
112pp.
5x7”
Materials: tusk shells, black mini poms, Capiz shell, various paper,

Notes:
Peace is a strength we own and have the opportunity to function in as a shield and weapon against the atmosphere of chaos within which the Western culture thrives. It isn’t weakness to maintain dignity in the face of this confusion and chaos aimed to strip you of memory and a spiritual center and derail you from the truth of your real power. Dewesternizing ourselves as melanated peoples means remembering that operating in peace IS power, and choosing AGAINST fear and stress and anxiety is a way of refuting this system’s desire to control our minds and permanently compromise us at the soul and spirit levels. Peoples without peace cannot walk by faith, stay sick and diseased, and operate in tandem with manufactured fears. We are more.

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