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Monday, November 3, 2008

Peace ~ today's Supreme Mathematics is Understanding (3). Understanding is to see things clearly for what they are, and is also the best part. It holds the numerical value of three because Understanding is the result of drawing things up through Knowledge (1) & Wisdom (2). Being that it is the best part and we preserve the best for ourselves, dismiss nothing and accept nothing on face value. This is why we were taught these tools of Knowledge & Wisdom, walk where we want and not be easily lead in the wrong direction. Everything holds weight! Even BS.

I seen a quote by Robert C. Savage that said "Most people are willing to pay more to be amused than to be educated". So here are some educational events going on in the Buffalo, NY area, that appear to be free. I usually say "If it's free, it's for me, and I'll take three".

Native American Speakers at Buffalo State College
Wednesday November 5th 2008
7:30-8:40 p.m.
Communication Department Class "Minorities and the Media" with Professor Michael Niman (Bulger 2 East). Open to the Public.

Thursday November 6th 2008
4:30-7:15 p.m.
Undergraduate history class "People of the Longhouse" and graduate history class "General Survey of American Indian History Since 1871" with Prof. Lloyd Elm (Ketchum 111). Open to Public.

Native American Community Services
Thursday, November 13th 2008
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Impact of the Residential Boarding Schools in the Native American Community
Featured Guest Speakers Geronimo Henry (Six Nations Territory) & Dr. Lori Quigley (Buffalo State College)
Lunch is provided and you must RSVP Pete Hill (716)874-2797, ext. 309 or email at

So, enjoy. Places that usually hold events like this don't have Microsoft advertising money, so this one's on me.
Divine King Allah

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