Thoughts and Observations: Improving Our Lives through Elevated Awareness

Afi Makalani (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$12.00  $11.04
Publisher
Mind B. Free Publishing
Publish Date
November 03, 2018
Pages
148
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.32 X 9.0 inches | 0.46 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780692152720
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About the Author

Afi Makalani draws his conclusions from several areas. He has a B.A. in Psychology from VCU (Virginia Commonwealth University) and an M.S. in Personnel Management from Radford University. Afi's educational background is supplemented with 33 years of self-directed study, particularly in the areas of African (Black) history, spirituality, health and nutrition, Anthropology and music.

Reviews

Thoughts and Observations: Improving Our Lives through Elevated Awareness

"BRAVO! Upon completion of reading an excerpt of Land of the Free, I give a standing ovation to the author, Afi Makalani. This article takes the American reader in a virtual conference room where all thoughts and beliefs about our freedoms are placed on the table and examined. Makalani, having the essence of a therapist, addresses each position on the freedoms of speech and self-expression: how Americans choose to protest and how Americans respond to them.

Makalani's reflections are logical, non-political, and backed with historical evidence. To the open mind, this well-written article is most enlightening to show the hypocrisy of supporting our first amendment rights, yet criticizing the use of them in response to a non-violent protest. This article clearly explains how patriotism is often measured with a double standard. I found it refreshing and most therapeutic during this time of social and political unrest."

Bridgette D. Williams, M.A.T.

Owner of Koa Publishing Company

Author of Honor Thy Spouse and Mama's Diary

Co-Author of Freeing My Soul by Amanda Boone-Brown

Co-Author of Racism Doesn't Matter by Dr. Steve Parson