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    Black Line

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    ​“With so much drama in the L-B-C, it’s kind of hard bein’ Snoop D-O double G but I some how some way keep comin’ up with funkin’ ass hits like every single day”. - Snoop Dog 93’

    I went to a youth conference with my daughter this weekend and as I listened to the dynamic speakers that garnered the stage, one message was central. We must be collective innovators. We must invent a new wheel and we must protect it, market it, distribute it, sell it and respect it locally. This innovation needs to flow like streams, that support fruit into season. This innovation needs to be conscious, calculating and consistent. We have no time for errors and we can’t wait on the other man. We can’t accept the forbidden fruit. We can’t be moved by the drama. That’s why in doing my 5 am prayer/writing session, Snoop came to mind and as he so poetically coined, there is so much drama locally and it’s hard to be who we truly need. But some how, some way you need to come up with your funky ass hits, like every single day. Innovators. Change is local. If you can’t find 32 businesses in your community, you need to open a business. If you can’t secure $33 for what some spend in a day, “Houston we have a problem”. Together we must blast out enterprise, businesses, entrepreneurship instead of bullshit on social media. This is the time, through word of mouth, paper publications and social media. Get in line. Black is the darkest color and without it, there would be no light. Black Line, lining up to facilitate light. 



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