Sunday, February 3, 2019

Kissing Feet


Day-39-Thurs.31/01/19-It is now 5:24 in the morning and it has been drizzling off and on for the past half an hour and in the meantime, we have been reading some of the feedbacks in regards to the water crisis we have been experiencing in our community in Labuga Livingston Guatemala for more than forty years. We would like first and foremost to give thanks and praise to the God of the Universe and the Áharis for their interventions in our affairs. It was seven years ago today that Áhari Marcos Sanchez Diaz made a believer out of Tomas Sanchez and would like to share with our readers and the world that it continues to be a reality in my life. Today I am a strong advocate that our Ancestors are always with us, they have always been with us through our struggle, our trials and tribulations.

Today is Day-39 on our calendar and it falls on Thursday, January 31st, 2019 and tomorrow will be Day-40 and it will fall on Friday 1st 2019. In this case the following Day 40- will fall on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019. Between now and then is the end of Chapter- XIII and the beginning of Kissing Feet or Service.     

Day-40-Fri.1/02/19-It is now 3:47 in the morning and have been thinking about some of the events that unfolded in front of our eyes in Gangadiwali Labuga Livingston Guatemala yesterday, for this to make sense, we just got through reading the first paragraph of Chapter 8- Teaching School in a Stable and a Hen-House by Booker T. Washington from Up from Slavery that goes like this.

“I confess that what I saw during a month of travel and investigation left me with a very heavy heart. The work to be done is in order to lift these people up seemed almost beyond accomplishing. I was only one person and it seemed to me that little effort which I could put forth could go such a short distance toward bringing about results. I wondered if I could accomplish anything, and if it were worthwhile for me to try.”

In this case, the message from Áhari Booker T. Washington is clear and it is about Service or Kissing Feet. Today is Day-40 on our calendar and would like to share with our readers and the world that for the next forty days and forty nights we will be kissing the feet of education in the Municipality of Labuga Livingston Guatemala.

Day-2-Sun.3/02/19-It is now 5:11 in the morning and has been thinking about some of the events that unfolded in front of our eyes yesterday while we were in Gangadiwali, Labuga Livingston Guatemala. In this case, the Garifuna Farmers of Gangadiwali has been cultivating a relationship that began with a hundred Mahogany Seeds on the 21st November 2017 and yesterday we were in Gangadiwali to pay honor and tribute to a “Spiritual Monument.”

Booker T Washington is now a Living Spirit-[Áhari] in Gangadiwali, Labuga Livingston Guatemala that is connected with July 4th, 1881. It has taken one hundred and thirty-eight years for something like this to unfold in front of our eyes.  The idea of a School in Gangadiwali Labuga Livingston Guatemala for the “Education” of the coming generation is now a “Seed”

Lúbara Huya      

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