"When your mind begins to think, stop it, catch it, put an end to it. Many of you are still under the impression that you come to hear lectures, talks. Let me ask you, how many lectures, how many talks have you been to all of your life? And what has it done for you? It simply adds more confusion. Always remember what you are trying to do. You’re not trying to add more knowledge to your ignorance. You’re trying to empty yourself of all your knowledge, all of your ignorance, everything that you have accumulated. You want to become empty. Yet most people seem to go to different teachers, read many books, and they add on. They keep adding, adding, adding, adding, adding. Yet the day must come in your life, when you STAND NAKED before God, so-to-speak, when you have no crutches to hold onto. All the books are gone, there are no more teachers for you, there’s no one to ask for help, there’s no one to ask if you’re on the right path. It is then that your sadhana actually begins. Ponder this very well. Your sadhana, your spiritual practice does not begin when you’ve gone to many teachers, and you’ve read many books. It actually begins when you give up everything. That’s when real sadhana begins, when you have surrendered everything, when you’ve emptied yourself of all knowledge, all desires for liberation. When you have become an empty shell, then your spiritual life begins. Until that time you’re only playing games with yourself."

-Robert Adams


Best Review I Ever Got.

..last night: he performed stand up for the first time at an open mic in manhattan. i loathe myself for not taping it..he told a room full of strangers that he “punches” me in the “pussy” and he made white girls who play the ukele uncomfortable. he impressed mature caucasian gentlemen with his knowledge of Fyodor Dostoyevsky and recited one of his most beautiful rhymes a capella, right after asking the audience if they cared to hear the story of how he lost his virginity. he crammed all of that magnificence and alot more into 4 minutes of stage time. we ended the evening by having a loud discussion on the sidewalk in the cold nyc air about the black community and the role our men and women play in relationships. i couldn’t have asked for a better night.

1000 years of war in 5 minutes

Feminism and the Disposable Male


B.A.S.H.I.R. // Ski Mask Way

My Brother got bars for days though. Check this out.

my boy #bknj