When We Heal, The World Will Heal
In today’s current climate, there are so many things going awry. We have loss and disparity from a misleading pandemic, closed and failing small businesses, violence, hate crimes, rioting, and destruction, but most of all fear and uncertainty.
People are uncertain of the times to come. How will the new normal present itself? Well, for sure, a change is no longer a’ comin’ because it’s here. However, it’s still dressed in a veil with a slow reveal. Things will never be the same, but that can be considered a head with two faces. There are pros and cons to these times of utter chaos. This year, these conditions, these times have produced its purpose, which is change. A calling for the disclosure of inhumanity, hate, deceit, greed, separatism, and injustice has been externalized. The time for crumbing down houses built upon sand and capitalism built upon the backs of the people is here.
Yet, people, my people, more importantly black people, it’s time for our awakening. We must awaken to the fact that dependency upon others to hear us, to see us, to save us is nonexistent. We are our own saviors in this so-called reality. It’s time for us to form an alliance, not out of anger, not of hopelessness, but from a place of strength. Our culture and our ancestral stories have compilations of tribal victories that will develop our sustainability on this quest. When we come together as one, the spiritual energy from the ancestors will support our desires to build in love, a community of self-determination, that meets all of our basic human needs of survival.
But do we just want to survive? Hell no! We’re already doing that; we want to thrive and thrive with those who aligns with our vibratory intent. Do we want to build generational wealth for our families? Yes. Do we want to own, manufacturer and supply our own products and services? Yes. Do we want to be self-reliant? Absolutely, but within our community of togetherness, functioning as an autonomous whole, as a Tribe. When we heal, the world will heal.
So, the parent company of Hanging Out in The D is undergoing a new name change, a new mission, a new trajectory in this new reality. Our focus is to bring our community together using a diversity of platforms, strategic planning, and partnerships in the spirit of forming our Tribe. We are a tribal people and tribes unite. We are denouncing individualism, competition, greed, and the energy of lack.
We are committed to creating a house built upon rocks with a solid foundation to withstand the storms, as an alternative to building on sand. The key is to “believe.”
Very soon our name, Hanging Out In Detroit, Inc. will change to Tribal Marketing Media, Inc. The reinvention will:
· Curate partnerships between businesses to develop new streams of revenue
· Brand management, bringing your ideas to life
· A marketing platform that encourages tribe building and revenue production
· Takin It to The Streets, a weekly business vlog bringing consumer awareness to products & services of businesses in Detroit & the metro area
· Our Black Business Directory representing Detroit & the metro area
· Hanging Out In The D, our newspaper publication, representing the voices of black residents and black businesses in Detroit and the metro area
We’re planning MASSIVE things for Detroit, in the pursuit of togetherness and rising from the pebbles of what was intended for destruction. We’re seizing the opportunity to initiate a REBIRTH of a new mindset, new material, a new vision of TOGETHERNESS and PARTNERSHIP. We’re partnering with G>MartAds to offer Business to Business and Consumer to Business training because we believe that tribal synergy can create a greater effect with a longer duration.
The Universe is abundant, and there’s enough gold in the pot for everyone, so competition is unnecessary.
Tribal Marketing ~ Sharing is the new marketing.
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