What does Holipsism mean?
Benefiting the whole via mastery of the self
Who are you, Mr. Holipsism?
Who I am is irrelevant. What is of primary importance is the formation of a socio-economic & political infrastructure (get used to that phrase because you are going to hear it quite often on this site) and the establishment of an Afrikan nation both domestically & internationally.
What is the purpose of this site?
This site is dedicated to ideological clarity amongst the members of the Afrikan nation, the formation of a socio-economic & political infrastructure and the establishment of an Afrikan nation both domestically & internationally.
How does Holipsism’s Haven feel about individualism?
The concept of individualism, as an absolute, is boo-sit. As per our great elder, Prof. Amos N. Wilson, human beings are not born independent but dependent. We are dependent on our mothers our fathers and our community to protect us, raise us, and instill the cultural values of the whole into us. This protection does not come without a price tag. The price tag is that we take the cultural values of the whole and add to it and benefit it. The phrase is often uttered:
“It takes a village to raise a child.”
What you do not hear is why it takes a village to raise a child. The reason is because the village has a stake in whether or not the child will be a benefit to the community or a detriment to it. You are not an individual just for yourself. Your individualism and unique way of looking at the world was given to you so that you can incorporate your individuality and perspective into the collective. We cannot all see things the same way. If we all thought the same way the culture would become stagnant and we wouldn’t be able to solve problems. By utilizing your unique individual perspective you can see things from another point of view and help the collective culture be dynamic and creative.
How does Holipsism’s Haven feel about Cliques?
This site is dedicated to forming strong networks of people of like mind. We have no interest in being a part of your individual crew, clique, club, group, lodge, church, mosque, temple, tabernacle or synagogue unless you are reaching out to other groups and forming alliances and coalitions and networks. Your individual cause is irrelevant. If you refuse to connect with other brothas and sistas of like mind and form strong networks outside of your own clique, then do not expect a collective response from the Afrikan community when the beast turns its claws on your clique. If the community wasn’t good enough for you or your clique to connect with then the community shouldn’t be expected to help you or your clique with your plight.