What six-letter word strikes fear in the hearts and minds of men?

Today I want to share with you a six-letter word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of men. 


Now we all can agree these are transitioning times that we are experiencing in the world we live today. 

In fact If you scan the horizon on a global level we see hyper inflation is on the rise. Escalating trade wars,  rumors of world wars, pandemics & plagues abound, Social upheaval envelopes our planet.

Along the journey in the midst of these upheavals often times it seems like there is no hope no clear path. But I am here today to share with you that very same six letter word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of men also is capable of ushering in a Renaissance era of epic proportions.   Some would go so far as to say a Golden Age.

Well I don’t know about you but I am plenty curious to find out what exactly is the SIX letter word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of men and has the potential to increase humanities progress exponentially   

The truth of the matter is that simply embracing this six letter word has the potential to eliminate wars; not to mention increase communication and understanding world wide.If this is true, if this six letter word can end humanities turmoil why has man not embraced this word.

And thus we come to the root of our discussion.  Lets begin to unveil the nature of  this the six letter word that has all the answers to man problems yet strikes fear in their hearts and their minds.

Let me start by spelling the word out, I will take the first six letters of  the word and provide an attribute of the word with each letter.  So you can get a better visual of the essence and character of the word and the impact it carries.So the first letter of the sixth letter word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of humanity is 

The letter C.  The attribute is COURAGE To walk the path of this six letter word is not for the faint of heart as it requires tremendous courage.

The second letter of the sixth letter word that causes the leaders of the world to tremble in their boots starts with H.  To stay on the path in pursuit of this sixth letter word one must remain in a state of HUMILITY

The third letter of the sixth letter word that causes Politicians to cower in silence begins with the letter A.  Just as cream rises to the top after being churned with much agitation, so must we ASCEND to higher grounds in the midst of trials and upheavals.

The fourth letter of the sixth letter word that strikes fear in the corrupt judges and lawyers of the world starts with N as this word is a NECESSITY to get things done.

The fifth letter of the sixth letter word begins with G.  The Attribute is  GrowthOnce you embark on this path in pursuit of the sixth letter word be prepared to be overtaken by opportunities for you to expand and grow to.

And at last we are at the last letter of the sixth letter word and that letter is E for EVOLVING VISIONOne must be able to keep an open mind to the possibilities.

If you haven’t figured it by now the sixth letter word that strikes fear in the hearts and minds of Humanity is: 


That’s right man is fearful of change even when his survival depends upon it!  Change requires the COURAGE to take the clear steady INWARD gaze at ourselves confronting our inner demons our weaknesses our shortfalls Our biases, our prejudices, our fears, our complacency in outdated traditions that are crumbling right before us as we enter into this new age of incredible change.

We have the technology to answer our most pressing problems. 

But our leaders are settled and stuck in the mire of traditional ways, purposefully holding back all of humanity from ascending to higher ground.  All for the sake of selfish greed and impotent power.   As they know not yet how to wield power in its true form. True power is wielded with grace, humility and compassion.

We have seen time and time again that we choose to embrace war because that is what we are conditioned to resort to.  We choose to resort to assassinations of our counterparts because it is much easier than to take the time to cultivate relationships to gain mutual understandings and respect to agree to disagree.  


We can all agree that CHANGE IS DIFFICULT, 

But what is of greater importance is understanding that NOT CHANGING CAN BE FATAL!

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As an enlightened being of a higher vibration you would never seeks to destroy!

Mallence Bart-Williams speaking unadulterated Truth. Speaking on common public knowledge, the media would paint a different picture to save face on the political fu$@ery that abounds. So there will come a time when enough is enough, as the light exposes the hypocrisy and all is self-evident.

That time is approaching, and I see it arriving quicker than expected. The fear is that there is an expectation of retribution. And in preparation, there are preparations for destruction and annihilation. This reaction exposes the heart and intentions.

As an enlightened being of a higher vibration you would never seeks to destroy, but rather gravitate to how to heal, how to reconcile, how to make the system in question whole.Therein lies the problem, one has to have the desire to evolve and grow. You cannot force change, so again we are back at this discussion of how to effectively transform and remove the cancerous units preventing the whole from progressing?

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Commentary:  By Darric May

A challenge to the individual readers and the world at large.  The Challenge is in understanding the current times that we are in.  This will require knowledge and understanding of our past so that we may direct our future.  Let us come to a full understanding of the fullness of our current condition so that we may embrace the Human experience in its wholeness.  The hope is that we realize that man is ready to move forward out of his cocoon and transform into a new creation.  But the new creation requires new thoughts, mental expansion beyond the known familiar territory into the unknown out of your comfort zone.  New ways of being and doing.  The old ways must be shed for they are no longer beneficial, In fact they act as restrictive boundaries cutting off the creative flow of source.


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WEDNESDAYS IN MISSISSIPPI: The real housewives of Jackson Mississippi

This Op-ed was written by Marlene McCurtis & Cathee Weiss, producers of the Wednesdays In Mississippi Documentarty Film.

There been a lot of buzz recently about (the book and movie) The Help – Is it “true”? Who is represented fairly? What’s good and is not so good. Many question the actual merits of movie’s “feel good” approach to race relations. As filmmakers this controversy has confirmed our belief that we need more books, more films, and most importantly more talk about what really happened in Mississippi during this time of enormous change.
Set in the middle of the civil rights era in Mississippi, The Help depicts the relationship between two groups of women– middle class white southern women and their black maids. At the end of the day, it is a piece of fiction, one writer’s interpretation of the complexity of racial relationships in the south. Yet, during this same time period there were real-life black and white women in Mississippi quietly, and some times not so quietly, working hard to dismantle the dehumanizing Jim Crow system. These women were obsessed, not about their toilets or polished silver, but rather about the abject terror incited by such racist stalwarts as the White Citizens Council and the Ku Klux Klan. They were determined to do what they could to help create a more just society for themselves and their children. A few years ago we discovered a story about a few of these very real and committed Mississippi women. As documentary filmmakers, we felt compelled to add their story to our shared history. It is the story of an amazing, yet little known organization called Wednesdays in Mississippi.


During the summer of 1964 under the banner of Wednesdays in Mississippi, over 400 women, both black and white met behind tightly drawn curtains to discuss how they could support the civil rights movement. These were middle class women—white women who did have ‘help’, yet could clearly see the cruelty and the untenable nature of the segregated system. They were also black women who were not maids, but who were business owners, schoolteachers, nurses and librarians. They all were women with power and the will to invoke change.




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Dorothy Irene Height and Polly Cowan, co-founders of WIMS. From the WIMS website

These revolutionary meetings were organized by Dorothy Height, the head of the National Council of Negro Women and her close friend and colleague, Jewish political activist, Polly Cowan. Dorothy and Polly were northern, yet they knew women all over Mississippi were working to support civil rights.


The summer of 1964 was Freedom Summer. Thousands of Northern college kids came into Mississippi to set up Freedom Schools and register people to vote. That same summer Wednesdays in Mississippi brought black and white women from the north into Jackson to meet with their southern counterparts. Here’s how it worked: every week a team of women from a different northern city flew into Jackson. They came in undercover, as respectable ladies- wearing white gloves and pearls. They went into the heat and terror of Jackson, often against the wishes of their families, sometimes with great risk to their personal safety. Their goal was to listen to and support the women of Mississippi who sought peaceful and lasting change.

dorothy height, polly cowan, fanny lou hamerFannie Lou Hamer, Dorothy Height and Polly Cowan


While in Mississippi these northern women met with women like Elaine Crystal, a Jewish woman who decided, “to stop playing bridge and be a part of some thing that made a difference.” Elaine helped form Mississippians For Public Education and fought to keep the public schools opened. And women like Jane Schutt, who was an active member of the integrated organization Church Women United and served as the chair of the Mississippi Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights. When in December of 1963, the Klan burned a cross on Jane’s yard, she decorated it with Christmas lights and kept right on working for racial equality.





In the black community they found women like Clarie Collins Harvey. A prominent businesswoman, Clarie had the economic freedom to boldly stand up to racist policies. She started WomenPower Unlimited, a grassroots organization to support young civil rights workers in the state and to register black voters. Clarie also developed the Chain of Friendship, an informal network of white women outside of Mississippi who supported the efforts of women fighting for integration inside the state. Jessie Mosley was another mover and shaker in the black community. A professor’s wife, she started the first chapter of the National Council of Negro Women in Mississippi in the 1950s. While her husband’s courses at the Jackson State University “were often observed by members of the Klan or White Citizen’s Council”, this didn’t deter Jessie. She was a huge supporter of Wednesdays in Mississippi and worked closely with Fannie Lou Hamer and other women activists to develop Head Start programs.


Throughout the 1960’s Dorothy Height and Polly Cowan continued to work through Wednesdays in Mississippi (which later became Workshops in Mississippi) to join black and white women together. They spread throughout the state helping women work together to develop everything from home ownership projects for low-income families to community-based farm co-ops.


In the end, it doesn’t seem fair to place the burden of truth on just one story, like The Help. Wednesdays in Mississippi offers another perspective on this “truth”. As those who were involved in this project are now reaching their 70s, 80s, and 90s, it is crucial that their story like so many others from that time be documented before they’re gone. The truth will be found when the stories of those on the front line and in the living rooms, those who were the backbone of the movement are told. Wednesdays in Mississippi is just one of those many stories.



To find about more about Wednesdays In Mississippi and other women in the movement, please check out the following links: