“Man to man is so unjust…children you don’t who to trust. Your worst enemy could be your best friend and your best friend your worst enemy. Some will eat and drink with you, then behind them susu pon you. Only your friends know your secret, so only he could reveal it. So who the cap fit let them wear it. I throw me corn … me no call no fowl. Some will hate you pretend they love you now…but behind your back try to eliminate you. But who JAH bless no man curse."
-Robert Nesta Marley
Once a Visionary Never a Blindman.
How good is your sight?
"There are seven things that will destroy us: Wealth without work; Pleasure without conscience; Knowledge without character; Religion without sacrifice; Politics without principle; Science without humanity; Business without ethics."
— Mahatma Gandhi
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The lone wolf has an infinite number of possible reasons for its solitude. Either they are in a transitional stage in which they are hunting for a pack to be a part of. They could lack the social skills to interact with other packs. They could be recently removed from a pack due to multiple reasons. Regardless the reason. Solitude is not a solution its a stage. No wolf should shun the pack that only seeks its growth.
“Because one believes in oneself, one doesn't try to convince others. Because one is content with oneself, one doesn't need others' approval. Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.”
― Lao Tzu
One thing taught in speech class is to understand your audience. I believe this is true but with the goal that is LYMLife both sides must understand each other. While I must constantly consider my readers I also believe my readers must understand some things about me. LYMLife: is not simply the selling of a clothing line, but more importantly living in a manner which inspires others to make a positive change in their environment.
Stuck in a world where, scrolling, double tappin, and right swiping is considered human interaction or support. We used to be connected, who detached us.
Why do I feel unaccomplished all the time? Why am I constantly questioning if I made a wrong turns in my travels? The confusion caused by chasing a dream while trying to fund it yourself is almost physically painful. The fear of complete failure is enough to whip the mentally weak and the undecided into a life of zombie-hood. I mean no disrespect to the technical minded i'm just saying if your going to do it, do it better than those that came before you. Don't settle, don't repeat another mans process until it becomes standard. Improve the damn thing. I believe all humans and animals have a purpose on this earth. If we didn't why did someone go through the trouble of creating us?
SAVAGES NEVER STRAY, NEVER SLIP THIS IS WHAT WE STAND FOR AND THIS IS THE CODE WE LIVE BY. WITHOUT IT WE SHALL FALL VICTIM TO FALSE IDOLS AND THEIR PROPAGANDA.
- LOBO SAVAGE
Many people are of the cliche belief that the grass is greener on the other side. I see this belief heavily applied in the younger generations. I watch the children of the ghetto apply themselves and attempt to enter a life of opportunity while the children who were supplied spoons of some sort attempt to throw opportunity away and enter a life of unnecessary hardship. This post is to enlighten the privileged children of the world to their savage duty if they ever seek to live a life worthy of being described as "Civilized Savagery". Its also to let the unprivileged know to stay the course their hearts originally set out on because the sad truth is they know not what grass really is. Being raised in the concrete jungle it is difficult to spot healthy grass.
"Civilize the mind but make savage the body." - Chairman Mao
-"For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken even that which he hath."
- Matthew 25:29, King James Version