I want my own Woof Woof doll so bad…
aesop rock + kimya dawson = the uncluded. ♥
this is their debut album, released today. it’s unlike anything else i’ve ever heard before. it’s quite invigorating, actually. like a deep fresh breath of indie hip hop. inhale & enjoy. :)) ♥
i’m trying to reach that place of humility- deep down inside; i’m tryin’ to do the best that i can, & be thankful for what i have.. ♥
“I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made…” (Psalm 139:14, NIV)
Throughout life, people are constantly sticking labels on us, telling us what we can and cannot become. And sometimes this is good. People speak faith into us. They encourage us. But then, there are times that people put negative labels on us. You cannot stop the negative comments. You can’t prevent the negative labels, but you can choose to remove them.
As a teenager, Walt Disney was told by his art instructor that he wasn’t creative. He didn’t have any imagination. Disney was smart enough to remove that label. He went on to do pretty well. Lucille Ball was told that she didn’t have any acting skills. She should try a different profession. She removed that label. Winston Churchill failed the sixth grade. He was told he wasn’t smart enough. He went on to become one of the greatest Prime Ministers that ever lived. The common denominator in the success of these people is that they chose to remove the negative labels.
we get high like everyday, we smoke weed like everyday, we’d rather die than be dry- so don’t play; if you don’t wanna smoke get the fuck out the way! ♥
what’s the saying? life’s a bitch- nah, it’s what you make it. nah, it is what it is, that’s my statement. put the world in a word? i would have to say patience, & we wonder why we call them patients. everything was a game & now all you got’s the doc & this clock, i think the metaphor is heaven’s door
knock & listen for some kinda echo back but i heard it’s just black; don’t tell me that- tell me you saw paradise, clear blue skies; tell me you saw christ, tell me lies.. ♥