FAQ
Dear EbonyJanice,
What if I don’t have an altar?
What should I do?
 
Dear Reader,
You should build an altar and place this book there and then visit often to remind you of wholeness and holiness.
 
Dear EbonyJanice,
I am not black folk, can I read this book?
 
Dear Reader,
You should absolutely read this book – even if you are not black folk. Why? Because you need to understand black worthiness and apply this scripture accordingly.
 
Dear EbonyJanice,
Why is there a naked black femme form on this cover?
 
Dear Reader,
Because this is my body which was made whole for me. It is the sacred text and the altar. Once you have read the book you will understand this even more.
 
Dear EbonyJanice,
How should I read this book?
 
Dear Reader,
You should read this book on repeat. One strategic way to read this book, after reading it straight through, is to come to your altar with your intention set and open to any page and meditate on that one word/scripture.
 
Dear EbonyJanice,
Why did you name this book Sacred Text For Black Folks Soul?
 
Dear Reader,
Because this book is going to make whole. Black Folks deserve that.
 
Dear EbonyJanice,
Why do you use the word “sacred” so much?
 
Dear Reader,
Because I’m very clear that we have been so disconnected from holiness that we don’t know the difference between what is sacred and what is profane. Too often – we see blackness as nearer to the profane than the sacred and I came to say, “No. Not on my holy watch.”

Sacred Text For Black Folks Soul: A Book You Should Leave on Your Altar