Imani (Faith): To believe with all our hearts in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.
Faith is defined as having complete trust in someone or something. It can also be anchored in spiritual conviction rather than proof.
Under the system of racism, the unheard, recycled pain within our families mean that many of us have lost faith in ourselves and each other.
The restoration of faith requires us to first rebuild the faith within ourselves. To keep our promises to ourselves. As we begin to believe in ourselves, we will attract people, places and things which will restore our faith.
Affirmation: I have faith in the virtues of my ancestors to restore Maat (balance and harmony), and bring peace within myself, across the diaspora and the planet.
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