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America is losing touch with her young African American male population. Parents are losing touch with sons, and sisters are losing touch with brothers. Why is this? Why are adolescent black males becoming lost to their own self-destructive behaviors? Most parents aren't going to like to hear it, but it's due to a lack of spirituality in upbringing. If a young man does not build his foundation on spirituality, he is left to build it on society. Dr. Thomas Page has spent much of his career studying and counseling the African American males of America. He has seen the devastation caused by a…mehr

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America is losing touch with her young African American male population. Parents are losing touch with sons, and sisters are losing touch with brothers. Why is this? Why are adolescent black males becoming lost to their own self-destructive behaviors? Most parents aren't going to like to hear it, but it's due to a lack of spirituality in upbringing. If a young man does not build his foundation on spirituality, he is left to build it on society. Dr. Thomas Page has spent much of his career studying and counseling the African American males of America. He has seen the devastation caused by a life without spirituality, and it is partially the fault of the parents. Parents force their children to get up and go to school every morning, and yet on Sunday they allow the children to choose whether they will go to be spiritually fed. This choice could lead to the children's downfall. When Love Is Not Enough calls for a return to the notion of spirituality as the center of the household. By identifying with spirituality, young men can avoid identifying with drugs, alcohol, and illegal activities. Children must be spiritually fed in order to become spiritually satiated adults. It's not too late. Turn back to the strong foundation of spirituality; your children will thank you for it.