They year is 2010, a time of spiritual transformation, a major shift has taken place, a paradigm shift; and for two years the USA has been governed by President Barack Obama, the first African American President. This "Yes I Can" mantra and attitude brings new dreams to the table not only in the United States, but Africa and the European nations and the world.
Rap music or the hip hop genre has not disappeared as believed, but has become an acknowledged and respected component of the culture, be it media, music or film. Oprah Winfrey has had the most successful and longest running talk show, is the first African American female billionaire, who has garnered a reputation for being a proponent of pseudo-spirituality; and Jay-Z and Beyonce are in the top 1% of the wealthy, imitated to be members of a secret society called the "Illuminati". Thus, there is still much ignorance and division in our culture and yes the world. Women have been allowed to tap the glass ceiling and in cases such as Oprah's have exceeded it, but in so doing have moved away from God.
Yet there are many women still struggling spiritually, psychologically, and socially not experiencing the same successes as others. There is a huge chasm between the have's and have not's, and although with technology we have more exposure to everything, that is not necessarily a blessing.
The woman I am speaking about are the majority lacking knowledge of their personal power, awareness, and a knowing of who they are particularly in Christ Jesus. Not having the guidance as Oprah and many others who have "arrived".
Deeply ingrained in their psyches are beliefs that dark skin is not beautiful and the long hand of being sub-par continues to influence them and their descendants. Victims of many abuses, with no real understanding or awareness of how to extriate themselves. The long hand of slavery still shackles them.
Soliloquy is about some of these women and the generational curses and sins that belie their self-worth and spiritual dignity. A conversation, a talking out loud, talking to themselves and one another about these issues and the changes necessary to make them spiritually filled, and transformed to wholeness.