From slavery to Jim Crow, through segregation and colonialism, the black man has endured. If we look a tree that is one black man, we see him doing well, but if we look at the forest we see a culture where black manhood is still suffering from mental slavery and spiritual depression. Still today the black man must live in a world where he is treated with contempt. This book will show black men how to defend their manhood against the sorrows of racism and the gluttony for material consumption. The enemy is fear and weak self-affirmation. This book will show people how to defend their manhood against all enemies. This book is about spiritual redemption, brotherly love, and happiness for all black men.