I got inspired and I saw it fitting that I should share these wise words with my community. As we are chasing our dreams we need to be in the right mindset so that we can achieve optimum results. Be motivated and share with others.
“There is no prize out there. The only prize is this one [points to self], and what you feel, and what you want to accomplish…
I mean, to want and to be ambitious, and to want to be successful is not enough. That’s just desire.
To know what you want; to understand why you’re doing it; to dedicate every breath in your body, to achieve… If you feel you have something to give, if you feel your particular talent is worth developing, is worth caring for, then there’s nothing you can’t achieve.
You’re going to grow up with your colleagues. You’re going to watch them have success and watch them have failure, and you’re going to watch how they deal with it. And they can be as much a teacher for you as anyone here, or anyone who’s privileged enough to come here and speak to you.”
– Kevin Spacey
As I place my glass of bubbly down. I am totally convinced that being “Black” has nothing to do with complexion; it is a mindset.
Complexion was a default which was used to identify who to train to be “black” and who to train to be “white”. I literally would love to sit down and have a conversation with the architects of apartheid and American slave mastery. What they did was genius because it was social engineering which will forever place the “black” man at a disadvantage against his white counterparts.
All I want more than anything in the world is to use the same method to elevate my “black” people. This method of engineering is proving to have generational repercussions. And that is all I want for my people, I want us to win and create generational wealth, exactly the same way slave masters did; the only difference is that we will use modern technics so that it can be politically correct.
My people started being wealthy, they had everything life had to offer. “White men” came and made them slaves because they offered everything men had to offer. They worked for free as slaves, then the system changed, now they work for wages so that they can buy from their slave masters to make them richer. Today they are beyond poor because they owe their masters, so basically what are they working for? To pay debt? They will never pay it off, because they use their pension funds to get credit. These people are still slaves, they were just changed to employees and slave masters to employers to make everything politically correct.
“Black” people are conditioned to work. Employment is a big trend today, and I want to engineer my people to remember their roots of being trades men and women. Work for yourself by creating your passion and trade it when you want something else like money. In that way you will never be poor.
Pablo Picasso painted his passion, today it sells for millions, Jay Z raps his life today his music makes him millions. He doesn’t even work, he is just living his life and records it so that we can listen to how he lives it. Passion doesn’t count as work because you could do it for free anyways. Why is Art so expensive?
The only reason why they are called black is because there is no light in the brain, they are clueless about life and therefore they are living dark poor lives.
What do you love? Create it and sell it the shit out of it. That will be the day you realize that you are actually “White” because everyone will suddenly treat you like a white man, and you will realize that you are actually living like one.
Think about this. The reason why I say “Black” has nothing to do with complexion is because everyone who owns the system they are in doesn’t work. There is no employee which spends the whole day in restaurants. There is no employee which spends the whole day in shopping malls and definitely there is no employee that goes on random holidays, because employees are working and when they are not; they don’t have money to do that shit. We wouldn’t observe that because slave masters are no longer just “white”. Class is the new discriminator.
As I pick up my glass of bubbles, all I can say is observe society, and do what you love.
Saw the traps and been avoiding them ever since.
“Dreaming and working on your uncertain dreams is a privilege for people who can afford…”
When I heard a man tell his son that I was like “wait, what kind of bull nonsense is that?” Dreaming can never be a Privilege. We aspire to live in our dream worlds and we cannot afford to allow our financial state determine whether we live in our dream worlds or not. What if his son stops dreaming, finds a job and never saves up enough to allow himself to afford to dream? That is what employment does once you enter the system.
I have the privilege of enjoying the services of a gardening service. Every time the gardener comes to work in my small garden all I see from his work is passion, he does what he loves. I have conversations with him every time he comes cut the grass and he told me that he is living his dream. He doesn’t earn much but he wouldn’t do anything else besides gardening. All he wants is to grow his micro business and take care of his family. He told me that his family is happy and that makes him happy because they allow him to do what he loves.
I also have regular conversations with a cook I buy lunch from. Now he has an amazing story to tell. From nothing he built his restaurants and catering business. He told me that “all he dreams about is cooking and seeing people enjoy his food.” He told me that he started his business with borrowed equipment and borrowed cash to buy his first stock. He never stopped ever since “I would never trade living this dream for anything”… very clean food from a passionate cook.
There are many more people who I can tell you about, people who didn’t afford to dream however they are living their dreams today because of the passion they have and the hustling spirit which couldn’t allow them to quit. The guy I buy vegetables from, the guy I buy confectionery from and even the guy who cuts my hair… they are all successful in their fields they are all living the dream and they all couldn’t afford to dream.
Many young people today have expensive dreams, dreams their close ones tell them not to consider. Only a few continue to dream, only a few continue to work towards living these dreams… my dream is to see more people consider to live the dream. My dream Is to see more people who are persistent, people who will do whatever it takes to protect their dreams because “Every dream is valid.”
Once we stop discouraging and start encouraging the world will be a happier place to live in… The kid told his father that “I will live my dream whether you are part of it or not.” Unfortunately he did not receive the support he wanted from his father but fortunately the dream is Alive!
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