The sixth-youngest head coach in the Football Bowl Subdivision, Brown has transformed the culture of the Troy football program, which has led to wins on the field, in the classroom, in the community and on the recruiting path.The wins have been plentiful for Brown’s Trojans with 22 victories over a 27-game period dating back to the end of his first season in 2015.To be, to exist, means to be so for the community and for the other, with the emerging from relationship with others and the natural environment.The human is never alone but in constant communication and communion with others and nature; in a permanent listening to the pulse of the world and in close contact with the universe. One of the top young minds in college football, Neal Brown has taken Troy football through a renaissance over the past three years.In three short seasons, Brown has led the Trojans to the nation’s eighth-most wins over the 20 seasons, a Sun Belt championship, two bowl victories, back-to-back record-breaking win totals, the nation’s best turnaround, the first top-25 ranking in school and Sun Belt history, record-breaking attendance numbers, NCAA statistical leaders and much more.
The main theme of two African religions ( and Karaism) for example that are based on the African philosophy of origins, is that All is One, and its aim to awaken man to the fact that it is one with God and nature and that we are immortal.
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All of life together with God forms a unified whole in which everything is inter-related, inter-connected, and inter-dependent.
According to Ancient African world-view God and man is never seen as separate from one-another and all of life is considered to be Sacred BEING HUMANPersonhood in the Afrikan setting is ‘earned’ through an on-going process of incorporation.
Once we understand u Buntu and Ma’at in its fullest sense we realise that the two concepts are interchangeable.