Toward Supreme Love in Self – (This Is an Endarkened, Feminist, New Literacies Event)
A brief word on prepositions (As indicators of time and place) (Jeanine speaks)
A brief word on prepositions
(As indicators of time and place)
S/He’s not perfect. You aren’t either. The two of you will never be perfect. But if s/he can make you laugh at least once, causes you to think twice, and if s/he admits to being human and making mistakes, hold onto her/him and give her/him the most you can. S/He isn’t going to quote poetry, s/he’s not thinking about you every moment, but s/he will give you a part of her/him that s/he knows you could break. Don’t hurt her/him, don’t try to change her/him, and don’t expect more than s/he can give. Don’t analyze. Smile when s/he makes you happy. Yell when s/he makes you mad, Miss her/him when s/he’s not there. Love hard when there is love to be had [and when there seems to be none]. Because perfect [people] don’t exist, but there’s always one [person] that is perfect for you.
(Bob Marley, quintessential artist, seer, activist. One that I believe was a student of Supreme Love
When considering the ways we might form solidarity with our Black and Brown sisters who suffer restrictions on their rights to love, loving, sex, sexuality, and relating (and, therefore, restrictions on a real, viable, potent part of their sociocultural and socioemotional power), I found, most unexpectedly, that we could align ourselves by becoming particularly clear, critical, and creative in discovering our identities as lovers. When our...