Beat Being Bottom
We have to beat being bottom. When I walk into our neighborhoods I see vast amounts of stuggles with finances. Our people are struggling with making a living. The employment is inadequate at best, for those that have it.
Then there are a some that are without any employment, dragging them down quicker.
We are fully aware of this, yet we lack the solution to solve it.
Our communities are in poor condition. We have neglected the only thing that we have left, our communities and the resources to create improvements.
This has formed a mindset of believing we are less than others and not equal or even greater than our situation.
Beat Being Bottom -Rise
Has become our acceptable condition. Not being in the bottom has become the exception. Cruel as that sound, it is a foundation to start a movement to rise.
The bottom has no end. So you could fall deeper into perpetuity. However; we determine oueselves to rise from it. Some have simply reached their last straw and are determined to reject and accept it as our place in life.
Others have been ready and have made contributions to lift as many of us that they can.
Yet the task of lifting us all as a people has slipped through our fingers.
From Beat Being Bottom To Forming Our Own Country
Mahali is an Kiswahili word meaning Promised Land. This is what our ancestors believed God promised them, a countr, land that would be theirs.
They placed their faith on God’s promise. They believed that they will possess a portion of this country to be their Godly inheritance.
This is the hope that raises those who are stuck in the bottom to pull themselves up to their inheritance, their own country.
This is the only solution to beat the bottom permanently.
Get involved and join the movement to form Mahali our new country in the states of Louisiana/ Mississippi.