Philosopher have long conceded, however, that every man has two educations: “that which is given to him, and the other that which he gives himself. Of the two kinds the latter is by far the most desirable. Indeed all that is most worthy in man he must work out and conquer for himself.
It is that which constitute our real and best nourishment. What we are merely taught seldom nourishes the mind like that which we teach ourselves.
Excerpt from, “The Miseducation of The Negro, by Carter G. Woodson
Life happens then death will come,
All your deeds in between will add up the sum,
Then that’s what your life will be worth,
Your legacy lives on while you are dressed up nice in a coffin that’s in the back of a hearse.
The young shall lead the old,
The young shall break the mold,
The young shall become old,
It’s a pleasure to watch my young grow.