Innate Behavior

Never be a shame To bare yourself God made you perfect Like no one else Similar in likeness Yet individually unique A carbon copy of the origin Most intelligent species Never take for granted Your gift to reason If you allow someone to think for you It defeats the purpose of you living You were born with a miraculous gene To question, experiment & explore Stand upright in your power Never allow those traits to be destroyed Never stop asking yourself that question What is the purpose of life? That’sRead More

The Tools Malcolm Used

The Tools Malcolm Used  “I always ask the question, “Did you read the book?” (Autobiography of Malcolm X) and everybody raises their hands. They all read Malcolm! So then I asked the question, ‘How many of you bothered to read the books, that the book said Malcolm read?’ Now all of a sudden nobody is raising their hands. But wait a minute… I thought you said you read the book? If you read the book and it mentioned some books that Malcolm read. Why didn’t you go read them? Since y’allRead More

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

The Economical Education of The Worker “What do you want to be when you grow up?” A definition from Wikipedia reads, “Economics is the social science that analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.” An etymological search lead back to the meaning stating a “science of wealth.” The owner estimates the supply and demand of their product. The goal of course being to produce and profit. Every business doesn’t need to hire manual labor, some owners do their own labor. But if you designed a product that hasRead More

The Importance of Etymology

In the year 2010, I was introduced to the science of etymology by a man by the name of Dr. Clifford Black. He taught me that there is a difference between a meaning and a definition. Definitions change over time and a word can be defined in many different ways. But the meaning of a word never changes, it stays the same. The root intent is the root. The word “define” means “to limit, set a boundary or outline.” “De-“ means “to take away, from, down or out” and “-fine” means “to finishRead More

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