THE MUTUALITY WARRIOR: HIS INITIAL COMMISSION ASSIGNMENT


 

THE MUTUALITY WARRIOR: INITIAL
COMMISSION ASSIGNMENT
by Uriah J. Fields
                           
We cannot avoid
                            Using power,
                            Cannot escape the compulsion
                            To afflict the world.
                            So let us cautious in diction 
                            And mighty in contradiction,
                            Love powerfully.
                                    
- Martin Buber
                                     from Power and Love

     "On the Mutuality Warrior path of power you will learn to accept and
     embrace your nature with gratitude and joyfully. The dominion of your
     nature is more vast than anything else you will ever encounter during
     your sojourn on planet earth. Indeed, there are worlds of your nature
     and most of them have not been discovered by you. Others have not
     been explored, and only a limited amount of your inner territory,
     including your inner space, has been claimed and befriended by
     you. You have not chosen yourself in a full measure. Being  your
     own best friend means that you will make friends with every part
     of and parcel of yourself. To do this you must go deeply within and
     tap the power that still lies dormant within the depths of your
     being. Within you there is a dynamo which is capable of sending
     worlds of your being spinning and catapult you into the Full Life
     obit - Eternal Life in the Eternal Now.
                                          - Uriah J. Fields
                                          from The Mutuality Warrior, pp. 51-52

Decadency, feelings of hopelessness, disease, pollution, poverty and corruption are present nearly everywhere.People are despairing and the garden once beautiful and nourishing is now barren. It is more like a cesspool than a river. There is so much to be done before the garden, our embattled and life-sucking world may bloom again and dispense fragrances that will remove the bitterness we taste and keep us from becoming the modern dinosaurs of planet earth. We are the gardeners and the seeds which together have the power to bring forth a rich harvest, including healing. Let us tend this life and our living with care that the harvest might be beautiful. Remember, it is in your hands, Mutuality Warrior. Unless you tend the garden there will be no harvest desirable for humans, no rejoicing, no victory over defeat and just maybe, the end of hope.
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The Mutuality Warrior profiled in this story has completed his basic training which focused on self-discovery and the practicum which is the intern for a Mutuality Warrior. He is now about to embark on his initial assignment  which is to culminate with establishing a self-discovery and human development center in Los Angeles.

On this journey on his way to fulfilling his assignment he will be involved in a number of events and challenges prior to fulfilling his ultimate assignment.

Each Mutuality Warrior has his own journey - his own unique mission - and, in a real sense, he must make it alone. This is well understood by every Mutuality Warrior assigned to perform a task of monumental proportion and significance.

Omoro Kinte is the name of this Mutuality Warrior, the same name as that of Kunta Kinte's father as recorded by Alex Haley in Roots. He is an American of African descent and in his early thirties. He is about to assume the mission which his preparation and dedication have readied him for.

Omoro Kinte has come to a national park where he found a place to be alone. For three days he waited, mediated, listened and experienced silence and stillness. Returning to the city he joined the Iluminati and city people who had gathered to welcome him in the midst of the celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, that had as the theme: "They Killed the Dreamer but not the Dream." The ceremony had ended and many of those who attended the event had left but the Iluminati and some of the people remained.

Observing Omoro Kinte with his sword and staff at his side and his robes across his shoulders, the people inquired as to who he might be. Standing in the Warrior's stance, he said nothing. But soon the people began chanting, "Who are You Mutuality Warrior?" That chant became a song, the first song to capture the Mutuality Warrior's soul so forcefully since he heard a master sing in the Temple three years earlier. Omoro Kinte joined the people singing and creatively composing a song. This was as moving experience for the Mutuality Warrior as it was for the people there. Omoro Kinte accepted this as a christening experience. For him it was a deepening of his awareness and enlightenment experience which is possible only when hearts and minds meet in a climate where spontaneity  empathy, honesty and appreciation constitute the atmospheric environment.

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Omoro Kinte was now eager to begin  his journey. His experience with the city people had been a deeply moving one. He was aware, however, that some of the people he encountered doubted him and others accepted him. He thanked them all, extending a kiss of friendship, and departed from their presence. He then left the city and began his journey.

The adventure of a lifetime had begun for Omoro Kinte and he did not know what awaited him but he knew that he was in the  flow. It was not long before a flash of intuition moved him to a forty-five degree angle, but he could tell that he was still in the flow. As he proceeded, he encountered an evil force which caused him to retreat, not because he had been attacked or afraid but it was obvious to him that he would be attacked if he confronted a group of young hoodlums who were ready, even looking for trouble. Wisdom dictated that retreat was the thing for him to do.

After summoning the power within, he faced his shadowy adversaries. As he approached them, one of them stepped into his path as if to offer a challenge to him. But the Mutuality Warrior was not intimidated. He stopped and stood in his Warrior's power stance. It was then that one of the would-be-gang perpetrators pulled the coward out of the path of the Warrior. They all, feeling the power generated by the Warrior became humble and repentant. Wisdom suggested that the Warrior move on without saying anything to them except what was communicated by his power walk. That is what he did. But it was not long before they overtook him. These young gang members got out of their cars and the person who had threatened to challenge the Warrior earlier said to the Warrior, "We just want you to know that we are sorry about what happened earlier" The Mutuality Warrior thanked them and wished them well. He could see that they were hurting from being in an identity crisis. As these young men returned to their cars and proceeded ahead the Mutuality Warrior drew his healing power and released it, bringing healing to them.
                                                           ******
It was not long before the Mutuality Warrior encountered some homeless people and prostitutes along the way. Some asked him for money to buy food. He offered a loaf of bread to them, which they accepted. Three prostitutes propositioned him. They bided among themselves, seemingly with confidence that the Warrior, whom they knew not, not even knowing that he was a Warrior, would go whore-mongering with the lowest bider.

Standing in his feminine nature Omoro Kinte told them that he loved them very much and asked them if there was something he could do for them that did not require money. The youngest one still in her teens asked, "Do you have a pencil and piece of paper?" On that piece of paper the Warrior gave her she wrote a telephone number and her name and asked him to call that number. He said "he would." Later he called and a man answered the telephone. The Warrior gave him the name of the person who had asked him to make the call. The man with whom he was talking was the father of the teenage prostitute. He then spoke with her mother. They both were greatly grieved and in a certain way pleased. Their sixteen-year old daughter, only fifteen years old when she left home some nine months earlier had not contacted them and they had no knowledge as to her whereabouts or what had happened to her. The Warrior told them where they could find their daughter. They thanked him for his compassion. He then released healing over the sound waves of the telephone.

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Knowing of Omoro Kinte's uniqueness and deep spiritual consciousness, a group of ministers invited him to speak to the Interdenominational Ministers Alliance of Los Angeles. They had heard that he was a Mutuality Warrior and they did not know what new or radical venture he had embraced. Omoro Kinte was not a stranger to them,for he had served as secretary of their organization. They also knew that he was the original secretary of the Montgomery Improvement Association that directed the Montgomery Bus Boycott and as such the first civil rights secretary of Martin Luther King Jr, president of the Montgomery Improvement Association. These ministers had admitted more than once that he was an excellent secretary and a man of integrity, but somewhat an enigma. On one occasion they had honored him with a plaque and he had been commended for being a "multi-talented man." But now he was to speak to them as a Mutuality Warrior about  "The Way of the Mutuality Warrior." These ministers were people who said almost in ritual-fashion, "Jesus is the way." Now they were about to hear a talk on "The Way of the Mutuality Warrior."

The hour had come for him to speak to that interdenominational group of Christians except for one Muslim minster. The Mutuality Warrior did not wear a suit and necktie as did the other men present. He wore his African robe (dashiki). He began his talk by pointing out the broadness and diversity in the term "interdenominational." "Flexibility, ecumenicity and inclusion," he said, "could be a part of what Christ meant when he said "'I pray that they all may be one.'" (John 17:11). Realizing that these ministers saw the Warrior as a soldier or fighter, especially trained in the military or paramilitary weaponary tradition,  Omoro Kinte quoting from the Bible said, "For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword." (Hebrews 4:12) Briefly, he expounded on the "word as a weapon."

Sharing with them the principles of Mutuality, he asked them to see if these Mutuality principles correspond to any Biblical principles. "The principles of Mutuality," he said are "responsibility, freedom, love-power, creativeness, commitment, self-transcendence and enjoyment" "The methods of Mutuality are "dynamic insistence and altruistic pragmatism." Then he challenged them to consider the value of applying Mutuality principles and methods in assisting people to have more productive, creative and happier lives. He also emphasized that employing Mutuality principles to the human condition spares people of much misunderstanding and makes it less likely that they will get tied down with non-essentials while essentials go unattended.

Omoro Kinte told them why we need Mutuality Warriors. "People in general," he said, "are not prepared to live in the present environment which is crime-infested, plagued with poverty in the midst of affluence, drug-infested and polluted. We all must surely agree that the home, school and church are not effectively addressing the existing problems and conditions of the people. Mutuality Warriors are prepared to survive and to secure or maintain freedom and peace. They are prepared to fight and that means using Mutuality weapons, that is, peace instruments, some of which people call war weapons. Before departing he sang "Who are You Mutuality Warrior?" the song that had been the prelude to his journey. For the encore he sang "O Mutuality Warrior, Lift Your Right Hand Against Destructiveness and Extend Your Left Hand in Caring."

Omoro Kinte stretched out his hands, briefly assumed the Mutuality Warrior's stance, and pronounced the Mutuality Warrior's benediction. Sensing some need beckoning him gracefully he departed and moving into his Warrior-speed he continued on his adventure.
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Omoro Kinte's next appointment was a special one, for he had been invited to speak to a group of prisoners about "Mutuality" at the California Institution for Men, located near Chino, California, a 2,500-acre facility located east of Los Angeles. Arriving at the prison, just at the appointed time, he found a captive audience waiting to hear him. He was introduced by a prisoner who was the leader of a prison group committed to "self-rehabilitation." This man, in his sixties and gracious was obviously in much agony.

Omoro Kinte began by playing his Native American drum. Afterwards he said, "I want to sing a song made popular by Paul Robeson who was himself a warrior. Included in that song are these words, "I must keep fighting until I'm dying!" Paul Robeson used this song as his fight song while endeavoring to bring about more justice in society. Omoro Kinte sang "Ol' Man River." to the delight of the audience. Continuing he discussed the principles and methods of the Mutuality philosophy. He admonished the prisoners to go within and find what many people seek  externally but miss. There is a freedom and peace," he said, "that nobody or no situation can deprive a person of. Those who understand this even though in prison, they are free."

No sooner than the question and answer period began several prisoners,in near-unison, requested that Omoro Kinte play his drum and sing another song. He complied with  their request, singing the African American National Anthem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing." A prisoner complained that they did not have adequate books in the prison library.  Omoro Kinte told them that he had brought two of his books with him for their library, namely,"Mutuality the Full Life Process" and "The Twenty-first Century Salute to Paul Robeson." The prisoners wanted to continue the question and answer period but the employee in charge said that the allocated time for the meeting had been spent and that the meeting would have to adjourn. She joined the prisoner in charge of the group that invited Uriah J. Fields, the Mutuality Warrior in thanking him for sharing his message with the prisoners.

At the close of the meeting Omoro Kinte was approached by the man who introduced him. The man thanked him for being there and told him how he, a realtor, had been framed and fallen a victim of racism. His enterprise had been taken away from him and he had been sent to prison on trumped-up charges. He wanted to know how he could contact Omoro Kinte. He would be released from prison after serving another six months of his twenty-four month sentence.

Having completed that task, Omoro Kinte departed, leaving healing and enlightenment energy with those who had heard him. Again a sense of urgency beckoned him, and he assumed Warrior--speed to advance him rapidly toward his next adventure.
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As Omoro Kint's pace slowed down, while reflecting on his experience with the prisoners, suddenly his mind focused on values and simultaneously on Africa, "African Americans," who he prefers calling "Americans of African descent," he said to himself, "need to go back to Africa." He didn't mean that they should necessarily go back to Africa physically, but that they should go back and claim and embrace those values Africans had, including those values their free fore-parents had when they were a proud people...when they rocked the cradle of civilization, built empires, erected eternal-like pyramids and practiced community. Then he began to sing "Coming Home to Africa."

               Coming home, coming home,
               We're just coming home;
               Africa is our home,
               We're just coming home;
               It's not far, just close by
               'Cross he deep blue sea.
               Here too long we've gotta go
               Going to fear no more;
               Mother's land O' Africa,
               Father's faith is there;
               Lots of proud folk are there,
               Folk who look like us,
               Folk who look like us;
               Africa...Africa...
               We're coming home;
               Minds made-up to come:
               No more alibis;
               No more crying poor and black;
               Going to leave right now;
               Africa we're on our way,
               Coming home to stay
               Freedom's light is in sight,
               Real life soon begins.
               There's no turning around,
               Just a moving on:
               At the break of day
               We'll be home for good;
               Coming home, coming home;
               We're just coming home;
               Africa is our home;
               And we love our home!
               We're just coming home!
               Coming home to Africa!
                                                      ******
No sooner than he stepped into the Warrior-speed suddenly a fear of the unknown gripped him. Omoro Kinte prayed an intercessory prayer  on his own behalf. In quietness and stillness of the moment that followed his prayer an angel delivered this  message:
               It's all clear
               It's all known
               What does Known
                     mean other than
                     to know that
                     both the known
                     and unknown are
                     children of destiny.
                Embrace them both;
                They are your friends.
                                                         ******

With a feeling of assurance and knowing that the inner atmosphere had been cleared of all uneasiness, Omoro Kinte continued on his way. Facing the setting sun and viewing  the rainbow bedecked sky Omoro Kainte stretched forth his arms toward the horizon and stepped into the Warrior-speed syncopated stride. As the lengthening shadows greeted him he danced to the beat of the moon light and gracefully moved toward his next adventure. Aware that his journey would soon end and that his most important task still lay ahead, he shifted from dancing to galloping. He began singing "Praise, Praise, Praise" a song which he had sung in part or in its entirety several times since embarking upon his journey:

                  Praise, praise, praise...
                  It's praising time.
                  I will give praise
                  And I will do it now.
                 Praise God, the Creator
                     Giver of every good gift,
                     and the Supreme attraction
                     of my affection;
                Praise the people, my brothers
                    and my sisters. You are
                    beautiful, my friends in
                    jubilation 
                Praise the earth and all that
                    is in it, mountains and valleys,
                    rivers and streams, fields
                     and woods
                Praise the Heavens above, the
                    stars, moon and sun .
                   space, heavenly inner space,
                   and beyond space.
                Praise yourself, you are worthy
                     to be praised;
                We will praise each other;
                We are members of a mutual
                     admiration society; we call
                       it mutuality,
                 Praise everyone and everything
                 I resolve to praise, praise, praise,
                 It's praising time
                 Give all to praise..
                 It's praising time.
                                                         ******
Omoro Kinte had been commissioned to establish and illuminate a center for enlightenment which would focus on self-discovery and human development, so that other truth-seekers might have a guiding light and a sanctuary to assist them in their journeys along the paths of power. As he came near to the place where the center was to be  established,he took seeds from his satchel and in keeping with an African blessing practice sprinkled some of them in the entrance to the center and threw some of them toward the heavens. it was then that he saw the sanctuary emerge before his eyes.

While rejoicing and celebrating he acknowledged the four vortices of the four-dimensional path: the Teacher, the Healer, the Joker and the Warrior path of power. Waving his arms in clock-like fashion, he dispensed life and light outward in a powerful wave and invited truth-seekers to come into the Center for self-discovery and Human development for the dedication and celebration.

As the people approached him, Omoro Kinte extended welcome and embraced them, knowing they would experience the joy of entering a place of peace, love and compassion. After greeting and embracing the people he faced the standing-room only audience and said "Beauty in diversity!" Following a pause he raised his hands high above his head and then lowed them. Then he sang jubilantly in his troubadour style this welcoming song:
                  My dear friend we welcome you;
                  We are glad you are here;
                  Partake freely of all the gifts
                  We have for you.
                  And feel free to share yourself with us;
                  We are honored by your presence;
                  Your love permeates our surrounding
                  And we are inspired because you are here.
                  We greet you with a kiss of friendship
                  And extend to you our love...
                  And extend to you our love... .

In a call to celebration,Omoro Kinte delivered the following message:

                  This is a you-me celebration
                  Of you and me, by you and me;
                       and for you and me.
                  Let us be here now;
                  Experience what is,create by
                       choice what we want and relate
                       fully with each other.
                  Let our presence be evident.
                  Real presence is real love - the
                       sharing of self with the other
                       the giving of ourselves completely.
                  We celebrate life.
                  So in pain or in joy there is meaning.
                  We are glad, we rejoice, life is
                       delectable.
                  In celebration our deepest feelings are
                      revealed,and whether there be pain or joy
                      we are enraptured as we experience ourselves
                      and our brothers and our sisters.
                  They look at us, they listen to us,
                        they understand us. They care deeply about us.
                   In celebration we strip naked,
                  We lay bare soul to soul.
                  We embrace each other and the universe
                        in the eternal now.
                  We create a human chain of friendship
                       in which no link is any weaker than its
                       strongest link.
                  You and me, partly human and partly
                       divine are all organismic process:
                  You are me and I am you;
                  You plus me make one, not two.
                  That's what it means to celebrate.
                  So let us celebrate now!

Omoro Kinte invoked the power and light from the heart of the Cosmos and declared that many seekers will have their consciousness raised who enter this sanctuary and learn how to love. He blessed the sanctuary and all the people .Expressing gratitude he said, "I am Thankful," and continued by chanting:
                  To you I say, Thank you:
                   I am thankful to myself:
                   And above all else
                   I am thankful to God.
                   I am thankful...
                   I am thankful...
                   I am thankful.

Bowing and extending a holy kiss to these, his beloved brothers and sisters, he release into the hands of the chosen guide the keys to the Center for Self-Discovery and Human Development. "This Center," he said, "shall be formally known as The Mutuality Center for Creative Living." Omoro Kinte, having completed his journey said "I am a troubadour. I make music."

Then he performed his final act before returning to his abode where he would await the dawning of a new day. He sang "The Mutuality Warrior's Song."

                  REFRAIN
                  I write the song, I sing the song,
                  I live the song, I sing about.
                  It's the song of my journey as a
                  Mutuality Warrior.

                 That journey takes me near and far,
                 But most of all it is a journey within;
                 That journey though at times a battleground
                 engaging my Warrior's soldiering power in
                      a fight for my survival.
                 Yes, I can say Sweet is the
                  journey on the Warrior's road
                 And I wouldn't take anything for my journey.

                  I see the people reaching out
                  And I hear them say,' "Oh Warrior, Please stay."
                  I share with them as best I can before moving on
                  to be alone listening to life sing the song
                  that says we are one...
                  Yes, I can say Sweet is the
                  journey on the Warrior's road
                  And  I wouldn't take anything for my journey.

                 That journey is an encounter
                 With life and death and celebration of life;
                 My journey gives me hope that travelers like
                 myself will demonstrate how real love makes
                 whole and sets free all who are unfree...
                 Yes,I can say Sweet is the journey on the Warrior's road
                 And I wouldn't take anything for my journey.

As Omoro Kinte was leaving the guide who had received the keys to the Mutuality Center for Creative Living and all the people joined in singing the "Goodbye For Now" benediction:

                 We are leaving here with heart inspired;
                  Our lives have been enriched:
                  As we depart let us shake hands...
                     let us shake hands... shake hands...
                     shake hands.
                  Let us shake hands and bless others gathered here.
                  Goodbye for now we're shared our hopes and
                     dreams.
                  We ask in faith that we may meet again.

                  CHORUS:
                  The time we spent here was time well spent;
                  It showed us how love can meet our needs..
                  Goodbye for now
                  Let us go away rejoicing
                  Goodbye for now
                  Let us live life in all its fullness:
                  Goodbye... Goodbye.

              Now before we leave this hallowed place:
              To go our separate ways:
               Let us extend a warm embrace..
                 a warm embrace...embrace... embrace...
              Let us embrace to express how much we care.
              Goodbye for now we've learned, we've lived and loved:
              We now depart better than when we came.

 {The aforementioned text is a portion from
The Mutuality Warrior by Uriah J. Fields, pp. 81-101}

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