“I would tell each and every person out there
Doh-Forget about that click n up Sh-thing, you know what I mean?
Be to yourself, stay to yourself, trust nobody
After dark, you know what I mean?
Straight up, my closest friends did me in
My closest friends, my homies, people who I took care of they whole family
I took care of everything for em, look out for them, put em in the game
Everything! Turned on me!”
Sometimes we don’t understand the word friend. Some people say
” I have no friends!” That of course is coping mechanism utilized by those who are fearful of chance. You ALWAYS have friends. The human mind will ignore blessings to
purposely drive it’s self into a world with no responsibilities or failed attempts of love and trust. You have friends!
The person that trusted you with their money for a business proposition is a friend. The person that prays and hopes you recover from an injury or disease is a friend.
The only people who repeat the mantra, “I have no friends” never learned how to be a friend.
One person will hurt you, maybe 15 will break your spirit but never give up on love and loyalty.
Never be a coward!
You will eventually meet a friend that will always BE by on your side.
“Whoever wants to know a thing has no way of doing so except by coming into contact with it, that is, by living (practicing) in its environment. … If you want knowledge, you must take part in the practice of changing reality. If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself…. If you want to know the theory and methods of revolution, you must take part in revolution. All genuine knowledge originates in direct experience.”
“Where do correct ideas come from? Do they drop from the skies? No. Are they innate in the mind? No. They come from social practice and from it alone. They come from three kinds of social practice: the struggle for production, the class struggle and scientific experiment.”
“The oppressed peoples and nations must not pin their hopes for liberation on the “sensibleness” of imperialism and its lackeys. They will only triumph by strengthening their unity and persevering in their struggle.”
“[Our purpose is] to ensure that literature and art fit well into the whole revolutionary machine as a component part, that they operate as powerful weapons for uniting and educating the people and for attacking and destroying the enemy, and that they help the people fight the enemy with one heart and one mind.”
“Our duty is to hold ourselves responsible to the people. Every word, every act and every policy must conform to the people’s interests, and if mistakes occur, they must be corrected – that is what being responsible to the people means.”