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“The implication of this is that the mind’s possibilities are limited by its concept of its potential.”
Na'im Akbar, Breaking the Chains of Psychological Slavery
“Human beings are unable to be about the serious business of living and building societies if they feel compelled to always clown or entertain others. People do not take you seriously if you don't take yourself seriously. A sense of humor brings necessary balance to an organized life, but a life of humor blinds one to life.”
Na'im Akbar, Breaking the Chains of Psychological Slavery
“When young Black boys learn that there are no limits to our possibilities on the basketball courts, we create the athletic genius of Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson and in their genius, they recreate the game of basketball. When our young people know that there are no limits to their potential in the world of manufacturing, communication, physics, chemistry or the science of the human mind, then those same young Black minds who create dances on the dance floor or compose music on their bodies with the ‘hand jive’ will recreate these fields of human endeavor with the same incomparability.”
Na'im Akbar, Breaking the Chains of Psychological Slavery

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