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Who Am I

Me

These days life is taking me further away from my affiliations and bringing me closer to my family, friends, and love. I’m starting to find that all of the labels provide little insight into who I am and even less value to me personally. Poet, Christian, Que Dog, Black Man, Manager, Engineer, Activist, American, or whatever else I’ve been called.

Who am I? I am a child of God trying to use the gifts God gave me to walk in the light and to be a blessing to everyone I come in contact with. I am an incomplete work of art being painted one stroke at a time. I am a traveler who hasn’t yet reached my destination, therefore my story is incomplete. I can not change what I’ve done or where I’ve been, but every second is a new stroke that leaves my portrait slightly more finished.

Who am I? We’ll have to wait and see what the portrait looks like when it’s complete. Even then, the interpretation will be debatable to everyone but the painter. Even then, only God will know what he intended me to be.

Who am I? I am not an artist, I am a piece of art in God’s collection of love.

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To All God’s Vessels

Messengers and Vessels

Note to all my friends in the arts, educators, community activists, church leaders, revolutionaries, and/or anyone else working as a vessel to improve the conditions of our community: “The Messenger will be Judged”.  So please, try to be the change and live your life in accordance with what you’re preaching. Otherwise, you’re more than likely wasting God’s good word on deaf ears.   The message will either be received or rejected based on how you are living. “The Messenger will be Judged”. ~ Sean King

 

The Ingredients of Change

To make change, you need a Poet’s soul, a Dancer’s passion, a Musician’s charisma, a Singer’s voice, a Visual Artist’s vision, a Soldier’s willingness, a Slave’s perseverance, an Entrepreneur’s creativity, an Intellectual’s intellect, a Leader’s integrity, a Revolutionary’s heart, a Mother’s love, a Father’s tenacity, a Grandmother’s honesty, a Grandfather’s patience, a Divine purpose, and a Jesus like willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice to save souls. — Sean King

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