Indigeneity, Race, and Critical Spiritual Literacy in the African Diaspora
Chapter 3. In Dialogue With the Souls of Yoruba Folk: Engaging a Yoruba Worldsense—Overtly Christian, Covertly Yoruba
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IN DIALOGUE WITH THE SOULS OF YORUBA FOLK
Engaging a Yoruba Worldsense—Overtly Christian, Covertly Yoruba
Sometimes we drug ourselves with dreams of new ideas. The head will save us. The brain alone will set us free. But there are no new ideas still waiting in the wings to save us … There are only old and forgotten ones, new combinations, extrapolations and recognitions within ourselves—along with the renewed courage to try them out. And we must constantly encourage ourselves and each other to attempt the heretical actions that our dreams imply, and so many of our old ideas disparage.
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