Don’t Count Out Nothing (if its meant to be then its up to me)

2009 help me help u  / what are you doing with your self
2009 help me help u / what are you doing with your self

To reach inside your self and look at your self for who you are and how you are. You have to learn to see your self for who you are. Nothing is hard nothing is a struggle … you can make anything happen that you need and want out of a situation. Love is endless and we must continue to share passion infinitely because its boundless the energy is. Make love to your self (forever) … go with the flow … AND MAKE sure what you need happen. Sometimes we need to make things happen as two not as one. So if you get help from some one you should give help …

Jackson Pollack on some Charles White meets Kerry James Marshall
Jackson Pollack on some Charles White meets Kerry James Marshall

Learn … to share information that build a stronger world and society .. and every ones idea of Gain will take place.

We must absolutely help not tear each other down. If you experienced a bad situation why would you turn around and recreate that situation. Don’t be a negative Mirror Image be Postive!
Mural David Alfaro Siqueiros - en el Tecpan Tlatelolco "José David Alfaro Siqueiros (December 29, 1896 in Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico - January 6, 1974 in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico) was a social realist painter (muralist), and also a Stalinist, known for large murals in fresco that established the Mexican Mural Renaissance together with work by Diego Rivera, Orozco, and others. Although many have said that Siqueiros’ artistic ventures were frequently “interrupted” by his political ones, Siqueiros himself believed the two were intricately intertwined. By 1921, when he wrote his famous manifesto in Vida Americana, Siqueiros had already been exposed to Marxism and seen the raw images of the working and rural poor while traveling with the Constitutional Army. In “A New Direction for the New Generation of American Painters and Sculptors,” he called for a “spiritual renewal” to simultaneously bring back the virtues of classical painting while infusing this style with “new values” that acknowledge the “modern machine” and the “contemporary aspects of daily life"."

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