America's Greatest Wound
America's greatest wound is the cultural dissolution of Afrimericans. Cultural restoration and development, solution for and by Afrimericans, is America's most necessary therapy for recovery.
I know it's hard to give up the habit, especially for one who has been so well convinced of the lie that it is good to uplift one's self on the unwilling backs of others, especially when swamped with practicing peers and non-practicing victims. It is the flood of the innocent in which the guilty drown. Tragedy's End offers the raft of humility to stop the thrashing of panic.
The guilt-inducing habit, be it tacit, sublime, or overt, that must be escaped, is the acceptance and practice of white supremacy.
Allow God to work through humanity. Recognize the freedoms and conditions delineated in America's Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and correct their further delineation for the choices of white supremacy, to discover, and ultimately achieve and reveal, the uncorrupted vision.
"The Secular Church of God In Each and All (The Human [Humane] Church)" studies and teaches how equality exists and may be fairly exploited.
Tragedy's End recognizes that equality's greatest wound, which America is called on to heal, is to the Afrimerican population. Having nursed on the blood of chattel slavery, America must now come to the table of the milk of human kindness, and not treat internal bleeding as if only an outer bruise. Cosmetics are not the answer when therapy is the requirement. Tragedy's End is developing and applying the appropriate therapy.
The doctrines of "The Secular Church of God In Each and All (The Human [Humane] Church)" are devised as therapeutic answers to inspire therapeutic actions.
God is a word not for a name, but for a condition: a, the, unique condition that exists in all forms at the base and at the conclusion, of their creation, sustenance, and expression. God is merely the term that assumes and assigns the position of origin and end, being one and the same, to the same entity, be it real or imagined. Having such supremacy as alpha and omega, God is supposed to be present among that which occupies the interim, as well.
In the Tragedy's End outreach, "The Secular Church of God In Each and All (The Human [Humane] Church)", God is considered to be omnipresent and exclusive, except in the free wills of men, which are designed by God to bear unlimited choices among limited options.
Here, the rejection by men of God's omnipresence (and the limiting of God to favorable territory and attribute) builds rebellion against nature, God's creative device, and brings harm and inequity to mankind. This rejection is named "evil" to signify the disruptive effect, and is considered to be of the devil, the creature and spirit in rebellion to God.
Without man, the world is simply the conduit of nature, and has no assignment of good or evil. That assignment results from man's evaluations in concert with man's desires.
As "white supremacy" extends from a perspective promoted by white males, even by them using violence against white females, refering to the origin of "evil" as being with "Eve" (the first human female) is a tactic of sexism that enables racism, rendering both as perpetuating components of white supremacy.
Tragedy's End offers "The Human Interdependence Party of America", because besides religious and worldly faith and understanding, humanity needs political practice that embraces materially one another.
These doctrines are discovered, embraced, and offered for the exercise of political expression and involvment that extends from our individual peace and challenge that we find under God, and practice on one another, to the end that our practice becomes not one of harm to one another.
Our relationships with God are our personal interface with the earth and universe, and are religious, or monotical, consisting of the inner phenomena of spirit, mind, and, soul, and the direction and devotion of our choices. The political landscape consists of the interactions of flesh, for food, for trade, in family, neighborhood, community, nation. Tragedy's End works on the premise that our physical polity is an interdependent one, noting that each single person results from a coupling of two single persons, and is born to a mingling of persons, but is endowed with an isolated identity of person that bears rights and standing equal to those of other persons but characterized by natural and chosen differences. These make the polity the unchosen state of community, and the church, the chosen state of community. The polity is an interdependent gathering of individuals. The church is an isolationist gathering of individuals. The political state is a reflection of the demands upon and of the body by nature, and is properly guided by cultural wisdoms of survival on the earth (in life), among all the people as a single party of individual devotions voluntarily founded. The church is a suggestion of the demands upon and of the person by the creator, congregated for guidance by agreed upon authority, for survival beyond earth (in death), for a single person by communal devotions ritualistically founded. Persons congregated between these extremes are engaged in corporate behavior, typically in the forms of family, school, and business, within which they occupy a post of isolation suited to their efforts and capacities, applied to a goal limited in time and territory by agreements and respects in mutual or regulated regard of custom and tradition.
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Julian Pembroke Steptoe /Founder, Director, HIPAmerican Presidential Candidate for November 2012