Everyone You Didn’t Meet Could Be Your Teacher Funkadelic Style


T his is sort of a follow up to a post I composed in August of 2017. I was born at the very end of the 60’s, the Summer of 69 to be specific. A time of shift I’m distinguished the days of peace and love hippie motion to the Funk of the 70’s, LOL.

This previous week I have actually been re-reading an actually terrific book about Jarvis Jay Masters, A Buddhist onDeath Row A lot more on that terrific book to come in the future. If you have not bought it yet, I extremely suggest it.

So in this book, among the lots of lessonsMr Masters discovers has to do with finding out to see his mind and releasing it from the preconditioned restraints that life itself had actually placed on him. As he is pondering this a tune that would be played typically in his youth entered your mind by the Funkadelic’s, “Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow.”

Everyone you didn’t meet could be your teacher.

Funkadelic’s, “Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow.”

Funkadelic’s “Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts”

Have you discover anybody or anything in your course that has opened your eyes to assist you understand a mentor that you have been pondering?

Have several of those mind-blowing minutes originate from an anticipated source?

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