12:12 pm alarm ring is an African revolution about information, self-awareness, and love. I am on this path to support the breaking of all the illusions and conditioning facing the subconscious or the unconscious minds of my beloved Africans.
Don’t wait for anyone to save you or to unite you! Conquer yourself so no one can conquer you!
Defeat the enemy inside so the enemy outside can have no allies.
We must realize that it is human nature to dwell in comfort zones. We don’t want to imagine that we have been miseducated because it means losing all we hang or hold to. But now that you are aware, you have the power to overcome.
Question everything! Even your name! Ask yourself why. Start questioning everything! Especially the most funded (mainstream) because they create illusions/fantasies, fund and popularize them in the pursuit of suppressing reality.
Unity is voluntary and should be a common practice across Africa and globally. Not only an everyday talk and sharing of memes.
You will even have to double-check your circles because some friends are just there to waste your time and lead you to waste your money and energy. If you are not educating yourself and planning to invest positively, you might need to reduce the contact.
It is at a personal level, but it would help if you worked on yourself. Everyone must work appropriately on themselves, then we meet and join hands with our solidarity alarms at 12:12 pm. This way, we can sing and drum in the same spirit and mission, and vision.
Social networking and social entrepreneurship are what we need to invest in. Let us become problem solvers locally, using entrepreneurial skills and powered by ubuntu.
No envy and competition; everyone is good at what they are good at. Everyone can learn something; everyone can contribute in a certain way. Let us overcome individualism and strive for the collective benefit because competition is a trap!
If you look around you, you can try to Identify at least 12 people with whom you can start this process together. It will not happen overnight. Be patient to avoid burnout. And don’t force but inspire.
I am because we are. The time is ripe look in the mirror and see solutions in the image of God. Ignite the sparks of unity.
As this become our standard practices and a reminder of Africa’s potentials, we shall eventually network locally and globally.
Don’t be left behind
Beware of the Times
GCBM Contributor: Karanja “Jasiri” Afreekahn.
Formula 12, Nairobi, Kenya. Cell: +254-703-334-991