If that doesn't uplift your spirit, then I don't know what does... I know many of you do not listen to the art form known as Hip Hop or Rap Music,
but this song goes beyond that. You have to ignore what this video looks like and listen to the lyrics very carefully.
There is a powerful message contained in this video... There is an idea.
It's time for me to stop worrying about changing the system that I have no control of, and focus on the system that I can change... myself. One Day
at I Time I will focus on living a healthy life the best of my ability
Quitting Smoking is a must, and I will tackle that goal starting today. There are several other bad habits that must be destroyed, but for now it's
time to make a change within myself... Spiritually and Physically.
Yea... when you approach the age of 30 you start to realize that you won't be young forever.
Anyway... I'd like to thank you guys here in the ATS community... It's good to know that there are other people like me with similar views on
It's time for us to get Motivated to make that change within ourselves. It's gonna take alot hard work, but we can do it.
We have to believe in ourselves. We have to. It's time to quit procrastinating and move forward with the changes that need to made that only we as
individuals can make. The Change is within you. Make it happen.
Cool post, and happy birthday. I sure wouldn't have expected this here.
Dead Prez always had some of the most beautiful messages (in between all the angry cop killing stuff). What other rappers have songs about just being
happy and healthy and enjoying the heck out of life. Good stuff.
Good luck on the smoking. I figured I would get a jump start before my 30th and was able to kick the habit with sunflower seeds and altoids. I
myself will be turning the big 3 0 tomorrow and can say I now feel slightly older
Happy B-day, cool song. HOWEVER....(this being ATS) I must point out it's kind of ironic that this guy is rapping in front of Budweiser logos,
whilst talking about getting rid of addictions. That's more the directors fault, but the rapper should have been paying attention to the set. I'm
surprised Budweiser wouldn't sue them but, maybe that's because Budweiser paid to have that logo in the back ground?
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