At some point I’ll return to photographing things that matter to me. At some point I’ll return to creating from my soul.
At some point… because that’s all I really am.
All the rest is just a system of survival
“I am in competition with no one. I have no desire to play the game of being better than anyone. I am simply trying to be better than the person I was yesterday”
or better yet, call them my weapons. It’s through them that I live and without them may as well be dead. The Divine dictates my life and has anointed me with a skill to enable these, my weapons, to extract meaning or purpose from what seems like an inescapable maze of which I stumble to navigate.
I’ve dropped you from my news feed and you’re welcome to leave my friends list if you’re so inclined.
Yeah, we’ve got a lot of issues in this country (and world) with race relations, but returning evil for evil and walking around with bigoted attitudes won’t solve a thing. NO ONE IS BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE.
If you want me to share in your hatred and bigotry forget it. I’m not having it.
My brothers and sisters stop trying to define yourselves by your blackness. Define yourself by your humanity for that is what you are. When you do you’ll find that your blackness is defined by your humanity.
wanting to cause harm
America is not a godless nation, not by a long shot, but part of the greatness of our nation is how we are allowed to believe (or not) in a god.
Paula Deen said niggers – CRUCIFY THAT RACIST BITCH!!!
Hip-hop culture – nigga this and nigga that. Niggas be like.. niggas be like.. nigga, nigga, nigga.. It’s embedded in rap lyrics. Spoken on every street corner. Passed off as “we don’t mean it that way” “We mean it affectionately”
I believe in God.
I believe in God as a positive force.
I believe in God as a spirit and not some real old man with magical powers that lives in a far off magical place.
The damage has been done. Nothing I can repair. Consequences are mine to bear
… old men and depression
If you look at me and see a black man then you fall short of recognizing, understanding, and appreciating the real person that I am.
But if you look at me and see a man who happens to be black, now we (you and I) are on our way to true freedom.
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