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And the walls came tumbling down - Lecture 16: 1989 -- The Walls Came Tumbling Down



We experience life in a form existence filled with perpetual walls. There are not only walls of supposed physical content. There are also walls that consist of nothing more than mind induced ideas and images. Mentally constructed walls are surprisingly very durable and more difficult to surmount then the physical walls.

We are responsible for the establishment of these mental walls. We can also easily pulverize these walls with a single moment of true awareness. There is a type of energy frequency that manifests through life-forms. A higher state of consciousness indicates a higher frequency output. The frequency is pure until it is filtered through our mind’s thought and emotion content. The life energy frequency only appears to be contaminated by a mind that is not actually conscious. Consciousness in its totality can not be truly altered or contaminated by the influence of our mind; or can it?

A more advanced development of species mind consciousness determines the frequency level input – output into the universe; the more conscious you are…the more conscious you will be.

Some twenty years after the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., his friend and partner Ralph David Abernathy has published a memoir of his own life that is closely interwoven with the history of the Civil Rights movement in the United States. Citing two basic reasons for writing the account, “to show how life was lived during the era of Jim Crow” and to describe the experience of being “at the center of the civil rights movement as it operated on a day-by-day basis,” Abernathy has provided a comprehensive overview that reveals much about the black experience in America.

The Great Depression years of the early 1930’s were difficult for the Abernathy family, but there were certain advantages to living from the land and thereby avoiding some of the more severe aspects of the Depression that plagued the large cities. Nevertheless, in a family of twelve, young Abernathy learned the limits of a small Southern farm. The children had to scatter to find ways to make a living; they went out, as he puts it, into “a cold and hostile land somewhere east of Eden.”

Also during his formative years, Ralph Abernathy met and married Juanita Odessa Jones from Uniontown, Alabama. By the time of their wedding in August, 1952, Abernathy was the pastor of the black First Baptist Church in Montgomery. In

We experience life in a form existence filled with perpetual walls. There are not only walls of supposed physical content. There are also walls that consist of nothing more than mind induced ideas and images. Mentally constructed walls are surprisingly very durable and more difficult to surmount then the physical walls.

We are responsible for the establishment of these mental walls. We can also easily pulverize these walls with a single moment of true awareness. There is a type of energy frequency that manifests through life-forms. A higher state of consciousness indicates a higher frequency output. The frequency is pure until it is filtered through our mind’s thought and emotion content. The life energy frequency only appears to be contaminated by a mind that is not actually conscious. Consciousness in its totality can not be truly altered or contaminated by the influence of our mind; or can it?

A more advanced development of species mind consciousness determines the frequency level input – output into the universe; the more conscious you are…the more conscious you will be.

We experience life in a form existence filled with perpetual walls. There are not only walls of supposed physical content. There are also walls that consist of nothing more than mind induced ideas and images. Mentally constructed walls are surprisingly very durable and more difficult to surmount then the physical walls.

We are responsible for the establishment of these mental walls. We can also easily pulverize these walls with a single moment of true awareness. There is a type of energy frequency that manifests through life-forms. A higher state of consciousness indicates a higher frequency output. The frequency is pure until it is filtered through our mind’s thought and emotion content. The life energy frequency only appears to be contaminated by a mind that is not actually conscious. Consciousness in its totality can not be truly altered or contaminated by the influence of our mind; or can it?

A more advanced development of species mind consciousness determines the frequency level input – output into the universe; the more conscious you are…the more conscious you will be.

Some twenty years after the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., his friend and partner Ralph David Abernathy has published a memoir of his own life that is closely interwoven with the history of the Civil Rights movement in the United States. Citing two basic reasons for writing the account, “to show how life was lived during the era of Jim Crow” and to describe the experience of being “at the center of the civil rights movement as it operated on a day-by-day basis,” Abernathy has provided a comprehensive overview that reveals much about the black experience in America.

The Great Depression years of the early 1930’s were difficult for the Abernathy family, but there were certain advantages to living from the land and thereby avoiding some of the more severe aspects of the Depression that plagued the large cities. Nevertheless, in a family of twelve, young Abernathy learned the limits of a small Southern farm. The children had to scatter to find ways to make a living; they went out, as he puts it, into “a cold and hostile land somewhere east of Eden.”

Also during his formative years, Ralph Abernathy met and married Juanita Odessa Jones from Uniontown, Alabama. By the time of their wedding in August, 1952, Abernathy was the pastor of the black First Baptist Church in Montgomery. In

"The two things of major importance to me have always been quality, and aesthetics, followed closely by efficiency and productivity. My top hobbies since childhood are nature photography and painting wildlife, landscapes, old broken fences, and cabins beside lakes. I built my first treehouse when I was 8 years old, and two black spruce log cabins in my teen years after school. The last thing my younger brothers and I would think to do was play video games and watch tv; we were out there wasting dad's nails, and destroying lumber building something!

I definitely believe my younger brothers and I brought this engrained appreciation for detail, creativity and beauty into the workforce when we started building homes, and custom wood cabinets as employees. After some years of custom wood cabinetry, house framing, and lots of temporary asphalt roof installs along with a few metal roofs, my younger brother Abe Wall started his own company " Walls Cabinetry Plus inc " while I started "Walls Metal Roofing inc" intending to give people what they really wanted: permanence & lifetime beauty.

Walls Metal Roofing inc is fully insured, with Workers Compensation protection, and to date has two locations; one out of Truro operated and managed by my brother Ben Wall, and one in Bridgewater managed by myself.


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