The most Sound Entity in the Cosmos is Unconditional Love. One can know if one is in that flow of the Spiritual Elements if one is in direct contact with ones Spiritual Entourage. I have been in contact with mine since age 5 and have followed their dictates ever since, often not knowing why until much later. Following those dictates led me into situations of self-improvement that were filled with problems in heading towards my destinations as well as “alligators” all along the path. All children will encounter great problems and “alligators” throughout the path of life’s journey. Hence, children must first be made strong within themselves so that they are not bothered with insecurities that will cause them to allow others—the ignorant, stupid, foolish, con-artists, the wicked—to Confuse–then Control their minds—then lead them into self-destruction. Father are to teach children to never hate anything or anybody. I realized early that hating and anger block ones ability to think clearly, precisely, and accurately—and that is what is needed to properly defend, protect, and go on the non-offensive offense to arrive at ones destination. Because of a Self-Declaration (“nothing will stop me from having a masterpiece life), it was necessary for me to take many calculated risks—only to be defeated by losses, lacks, or obstructions. Those who would deliberately cause these would make me really, really angry. So to handle that anger, I would say the worst sort of things about that person for 30 seconds. Then, I would completely stop because it was time to get on with my business of recovery while going “straight ahead”. From those experiences + losing many battles along the path, I would extract lessons from each one. Lessons were applied so as to not make those mistakes again + use those same lessons to help me lay out a better plan for getting to the destination. Fundamental is for children to have Good Manners for the sake of promoting Humanity. Practically, when people in power see that one will be respectful; respond to emails immediately; and listen carefully so as to answer all questions directly with a Bull’s Eye answer, the powerful will think of promoting them at each opportunity.
Pettiness is a terrible thing, particularly of the “Love/Hate” variety—tearing down people that can and do help. Examples include trying to ensure the envied person will not succeed this time or have people like the envied person. A sound African Tradition philosophy of life paves the way for how to think, feel, say, and do things in going through life. It relates to both the internal and external sides of ones Success Coin + acts as a tow-rope to hang onto in “down times.” That “Why” finds a way to the “How”. In that process, Children need to have discovered and developed their Talent, for that is the bridge to their Mission. To do this as young as possible enables children to engage in “what if” thinking about how to get to their Mission and what to do once they get there. This requires profound and daily pondering on the approaches, methods, techniques, manners, duties, obligations, and responsibilities of the Mission + making corrections where indicated. These fashion a Real Self human, a customized “ME/WE” oriented individual with genuine ideas, knowledge of Principles and how to maneuver and manipulate them. All work interdependently to design Human Ideals and a Masterpiece life.
Meanwhile, children appreciate fathers who teach them things to do for self-pleasure, to relieve stress, to survive, or to provide entertainment for others. Perhaps this is about playing a musical instrument or singing or building things out of wood, to play board games, poker, checkers, and especially chess. Children are honored when dad takes them to his place of work or to join him when he is with buddies, or to go fishing in order to discuss plans for that child’s future. The first man a girl loves is her father, using him as the model to measure her choice of a mate. Boys look for a hero to emulate…namely their Father. Thus, an obligation, duty, and responsibility of a father is to be a Jegna type man that is worthy of being a role model. This includes advancing Black People as a whole and the Black Community in practical ways and to the extent reasonable. Such fathers always stress the importance of their children’s studies—whether those taught in school, for hobbies, and/or on ones own—emphasizing what to learn, how to make it fun, and where to go to find truthful information. For example, it is extremely rare to find any truthful information about real Black history in any school textbook or in the library. Help them find it! jabaileymd.com; JABLifeSkills; Theievoice.com