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Sista Let Me Tell Ya, Bruh if You Only Knew: Real Talk for Parents and Educators, From Me to You
     

Sista Let Me Tell Ya, Bruh if You Only Knew: Real Talk for Parents and Educators, From Me to You

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by Marquis Cooper
 

What you and I have experienced in life began before we came into existence. One of the greatest enemies of the present is the ability not to understand the historical foundation that is the structure of our lives. Have you ever heard the words, âwhat you donât know wonât hurt youâ or âwhat goes on in this house stays in this

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What you and I have experienced in life began before we came into existence. One of the greatest enemies of the present is the ability not to understand the historical foundation that is the structure of our lives. Have you ever heard the words, âwhat you donât know wonât hurt youâ or âwhat goes on in this house stays in this houseâ? Many of us have spent years living behind these words. We have allowed these words to stunt our growth. The author expresses to his readers the importance of understanding the quote; âthe past holds the key to the present, and the present holds access to future.â The author explores some historical implications that have had an effect on the current lifestyle of many individuals. He elaborates to women the importance of knowing what your name means. Leaving women with the quote; âI was Responsible for waiting on you, I was Accountable in my search for you, I was Consistent in finding you, and now I have to be Persistent that I donât lose you.â He helps women/men to understand the difference between Bruh and Men. Leaving men with the quote; âWhen the man is out of place, the woman becomes displaced, and the children become misplaced.â He goes on to express to parents and educators that the key to saving our children is through communication. We must learn to meet our children where they are by understanding the language they speak. He leaves parents and educators with the Cherokee proverb; âIf you listen to the whispers, you wonât have to hear the screams.â The author leaves his readers with the words: âIf you leave and grow, you can come back and plant.â

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452040066
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
07/13/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
540 KB

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Sista Let Me Tell Ya, Bruh if You Only Knew: Real Talk for Parents and Educators, From Me to You 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Hello people is anyone there
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beast for being a book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My last post at AC.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bruh (real name Sergio). Male. 17 in both rl/rp. Parents Apollo and a mortal woman. Other just ask.
KCStoryteller More than 1 year ago
I've heard so many good reviews about this book. Just downloaded it and I couldn't wait to dig in! So far so good!