Movin' On...

Ok so...I figured, I've been spewing alota negativity lately but hey can ya blame a sista?! Faith is our greatest gift and sometimes it takes a while to remember to realise that fact. Allah gave us death but before that He blessed us with life. If there's a reason to die, there's a reason to live.

''Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things with which to renew humanity.''
-Some Buddhist guy-

For all the poor souls that went before us, we can't live life selfishly anymore (& I mean quit complainin')...we just can't live in vain. & yeah, I hate to see a ''positive'' side to all that's going on in the world today...but that's the only way forward right?! Gotta stop watchin the news all-together (maybe I'm just uber-sensitive). Bring back the hippie years...


''Ah, verily, the help of Allah is (always) near!"

"Or do you think that you shall enter the Garden (of Bliss) without such (trials) as came to those who passed away before you? They encountered suffering and adversity and were so shaken in spirit that even the Messenger and those of faith who were with him cried: ‘When (will come) the help of Allah? Ah, verily, the help of Allah is (always) near!"

- Quran (2:214) -


Banksy is a quasi-anonymous English graffiti artist. His artworks are often satirical pieces of art on topics such as politics, culture, and ethics. His street art combines graffiti writing with a distinctive stencilling technique.

In August 2005, Banksy painted nine images on the Israeli West Bank barrier, including an image of a ladder going up and over the wall and an image of children digging a hole through the wall.

Banksy's feelings about the barrier are made explicit in a statement which says the wall "essentially turns Palestine into the world's largest open prison."

On Banksy's website, readers are reminded that Israel's 425-mile-long West Bank barrier, separating Israel from the Palestinian territories, is considered illegal by the United Nations.
Banksy also records on his website how an old Palestinian man said his painting made the wall look beautiful.

Banksy thanked him, only to be told:
'We don't want it to be beautiful, we hate this wall. Go home.'

"Sometimes I feel so sick at the state of the world I can’t even finish my second apple pie."

- Banksy -

Left Senseless...

This...tongue of mine tasted a nearing end
but not before the promising essence of hope overwhelmed
and sent me into a trans,
I must admit I almost swallowed the bait and fell for it
but alas like a fleeting dream
colours faded till white became black
and all I could taste was a nearing end
with this...toungue of mine

This...nose of mine breathes in a familiar scent
of a peaceful beginning only as it was imagined
like being in a phase you knew existed but never did,
the trail of the old mixed in with the new
the hint of reds, greens and blue,
& the sweetness of what could have been true
yet I breathe
through this...nose of mine

These...eyes of mine sees history repeating itself,
I keep picturing a race that's fallen from grace
so fast it couldn't count it's pace
but when it slowed down it only went back,
came back to retake the path it took
I try to relate and find a mistake
somewhere in time before it was too late
but I see no more
than the 'us' that destroy the 'we' in 'them'
with these...eyes of mine

These...ears of mine hears everything
through space and time,
it's all in a rhyme,
rhythmic cries and souless whines,
I hear them all.
I hear the murderous words that pierced into my past,
wounded my tommorow and left my today for dead
It sounds deafening, grungy and hollow
yet thats all I hear
with these...ears of mine

& These...hands of mine that feel each dew on a leaf like braile,
air's so humid, temperature's frail,
I reach for someone but to no avail,
I know we've sinned, I feel I've failed
and now I'm left crippled & homeless
a refugee nomad walking this earth
But I'll leave my mark
with these...hands of mine


World of Rage

''For those who have seen the Earth from space, and for the hundreds and perhaps thousands more who will, the experience most certainly changes your perspective. The things that we share in our world are far more valuable than those which divide us.''
- Donald Williams -

Fredwreck creates Leila

Fredwreck is a genius...beyond talented!

Leila Khaled was a Palestinian revolutionary. She stood as a front-guard fighting for national liberation. She excercised as an activist dedicating her life to free Palestine from colonial occupation and to the international struggle for socialism. A truly phenomenal heroine.

Can you hear 'em?

They're out there bleedin
cryin, beggin', pleadin
for justice or an end
to an on-going treacherous trend
Whatever happened to fairness and equality?!

- A

Happy New Ye.....?

Moment of Silence....

New New!

So Umm...

One of my new year's resolution is to ''Be more commited''. I suck at sticking to one thing for a long period of time, well except for my family I haven't had a constant medium in my life. I've changed schools, homes, cities, rooms, friends, get the picture.

I figured I'd take it one step at a time.

As for a brief intro - I'm more of a modern mix between liberal & conservative and no I'm not talking politics. Things I value on this earth come up to a handful, and the magnificence of my creator constantly overwhelms me. I'm a mad music listener and appreciate the arts. Scattered thoughts and empty epiphanies..that's what you'd be getting I suppose!

I dunno if I'm gonna stick it out with this but's worth a shot.
I've had this lying around with no purpose... Besides, I spend all day bummin' for free anyway so...

Here goes nothin'...