Words of wisdom

As I walk through valley of  the shadow of death

I know that I ain’t got much time left

And they don’t really want to see the good in me

Ain’t satisfied until they see the fool in me

And I know my business, so my sin is great

And I thank the hood for all the love they gave

And I forgive ’em all, they did they best to hate

Oh, let there be light

Nas (chorus by Tre Williams)

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3 responses to “Words of wisdom

  1. I am enjoying your blog. I check it every day.

  2. Tres Cool Marty 🙂

    Keep up the good work.

  3. Two of my favourite quotes:

    “The hardest task one can have is to continue to love one’s fellows despite all reasons he should not.
    And the true sign of sanity and greatness is to so continue.
    For the one who can achieve this, there is abundant hope. For those who cannot, there is only sorrow, hatred and despair, and these are not the things of which greatness or sanity or happiness are made.
    A primary trap is to succumb to invitations to hate. There are those who appoint one their executioners. Sometimes for the sake of the safety of others, it is necessary to act, but it is not necessary also to hate them.
    To do one’s task without becoming furious at others who seek to prevent one is a mark of greatness—and sanity. And only then can one be happy.”
    What is Greatness.

    and

    “DEFINITION: Responsibility is the ability and willingness to assume the status of full
    source and cause for all efforts and counter-efforts on all dynamics.
    There is no compromise with full responsibility. It lies above 20.0 on the tone scale and
    is descended from in order to effect randomity but is descended from with the full knowledge
    of its assumptions. It means responsibility for all acts, all emotions on every dynamic and in
    every sphere as one’s own. It includes such “disrelated”data as the death of an individual one
    has never met on a highway on which one has never travelled at the hands of a stranger no
    matter how culpable. One does not send to find for whom the bell tolls without full willingness
    to have tolled it and to have caused the cause of its tolling.”
    Advance Procedure & Axioms

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