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Seex Anta Joob

Seex anta jóob a ngi judd ci 29 tabaski ci 1923 ca Jurbel- dee ci 7 diggi gàmmu ci atum 1986 ca Ndakaaru doonoon ab taariixkat bu di doomi Senegaal. Moo fésal li Afrig, rawati na Afrig gu ñuul gi indi ci xayug àdduna bi. Doonte yenn ci ay yebbeem(thèse), ba tay, am na ñu ko nanguwul rawati na ñenn ci waa Tugal ñi, li ëpp ci li mu bind wér na ñépp.

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The Bean Pie is a highly nutritious treat that Muslims in Amerikkka have been eating for at least 80 years now. The other day, I had a hankerin’ for one and decided to make it. The NOI dietarty requirements laws allow for dairy, but my own don’t, so I decided to try to make a vegan pie. I will put non vegan ingredients in parenthesis.

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We are working on Archiving all the works of literature that can be used for the upliftment of the Black Family

Confucius| author of The Analects Chapter: Part 1: Learning

The Master "Is it not pleasant to learn with a constant perseverance and application?

"Is it not delightful to have friends coming from distant quarters?

"Is he not a man of complete virtue, who feels no discomposure though men may take no note of him?"

The philosopher Yu said, "They are few who, being filial and fraternal, are fond of offending against their superiors. There have been none, who, not liking to offend against their superiors, have been fond of stirring up confusion.

"The superior man bends his attention to what is radical. That being established, all practical courses naturally grow up. Filial piety and fraternal submission,-are they not the root of all benevolent actions?"

The Master said, "Fine words and an insinuating appearance are seldom associated with true virtue."

The philosopher Zeng Zi said, "I daily examine myself on three points:-whether, in transacting business for others, I may have been not faithful;-whether, in intercourse with friends, I may have been not sincere;-whether I may have not mastered and practiced the instructions of my teacher."