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  • nothing like the last one, thoughts crossed but not from having that grass spun, i was told ,”they said…”, but i never got to ask “them”, food for thought but some of us never had none, hunger for that knowledge young man, im not kicking that knowledge young man, not even that shit that make ya soul burn slow, never know when its my turn to go, so my remedy for these thoughts that rendered me in the devils kitchen shivering is these word prescriptions  im delivering, i guess its that sleeping in the attic living,that sleeping next to addicts living, savage living, encountered some of the most ravenous women…

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Something to think about.


Akingstruth's Blog

Good advice should be treasured, but remember that good advice for you may be bad advice for someone else. We are all different in our own way, so the way respond to certain things may be extremely different. I suggest not giving advice unless you really know the situation and person. The wrong advice, no matter how well intended, can ruin someone’s life. Be careful of who you take advice from as well. You do not want to take advice from a bitter person who is bitter. Bitterness is accompanied with resentment, and thats a bad combo.  That doesn’t mean a bitter person can not give good advice, or that you can not learn from them. My point is just be wary who you seek advice from and who you give advice to. Peace!

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Word of the Day




adjective: ignorant

  1. lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated.

    “he was told constantly that he was ignorant and stupid”

    synonyms: uneducatedunknowledgeableuntaughtunschooleduntutoreduntrainedilliterateunletteredunlearnedunreaduninformedunenlightenedbenighted;inexperienced

    antonyms: educated

    • lacking knowledge, information, or awareness about something in particular.

      “they were ignorant of astronomy”

      synonyms: without knowledge of, unaware of, unconscious of, oblivious to, incognizant of, unfamiliar with, unacquainted with, uninformed about, ill-informed about, unenlightened about, unconversant with, inexperienced in/with, naive about, green about; More

      informalin the dark about, clueless about

      “they were ignorant of working-class life”

      antonyms: knowledgeable
    • informal

      discourteous or rude.

      “this ignorant, pin-brained receptionist”


      easily angered; quick-tempered.

      “she could be very ignorant and he had no intention of getting involved in an argument just now”


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