Beliefs, freedom and dreams

Life is some array of individualistic ideals and conscious thought. Behaviors and personality arise because of our individual variations in perceptions of life. We tend not to think of these things because they’re of broader definition than the dictionary’s own definition.
There’s something to self thought and mental selfishness. Not that I would call myself a truly selfish person, but to be realistic at the core we are all animals and self centered. However, we tend to make major life decisions based on others.
What I’m saying is that you should be open minded. You should see things in many ways. You should never look at a situation one way. Your beliefs, your dreams, your freedom, mental conscious framework and schematic are all at stake. You are the ultimate reason, however for the abandonment of any of these. Realize that life is golden and that you are life. You are your own being which harbors the force of life. You make your decisions, and sometimes you have no choice but to stick with them. But when you make a choice. Ask yourself. “Will this affect me, my happiness?” Value yourself and your happiness, but don’t be afraid to be alone. If something is right for you, you will know it.

Compton today… doesn’t look that bad now

Rosecrans Avenue, the infamous main traffic street of Compton, seems to have come a long way from its high homicide rate that peaked in 1994. Now, in 2014, the City of Compton has hosted a website for quite a while in an attempt to redraw the image of the city of Compton.

Piru Bloods and South Side Crips, the two infamous gangs that are most noted for the brutal violence that spanned through the early nineties, came about after the fallout of the “crack epidemic” that plagued the mid-1980′s. Drugs, violence, prostitution, retribution killings, drive-by shootings and public executions to mark turf – these were all problems that Compton was known for. Drugs

A Compton search reveals this nice stash of drugs and stolen weapons found in a parolee's house. The second bag has 56 individually wrapped baggies of weed. 28x2=56

A Compton search reveals this nice stash of drugs and stolen weapons found in a parolee’s house. The second bag has 56 individually wrapped baggies of weed. 28×2=56

are everywhere nowadays, but probation doesn’t seem to stop them in Compton (as it doesn’t seem to stop use in most cases).

N.W.A. was the first to admit that they were coming straight outta compton, but many followed the five-man group. Other rappers came out of Compton, too, but N.W.A. is pretty much the face of Compton if you ask an outsider. But what about today? What happened to the violence and bloodshed?

The violent gang lifestyle and drug dealing has not stopped by any means – however, it is not nearly as bad as it was before. It seems as though a majority of the “true OG’s” are incarcerated or dead, by any reasonable thought of what happens to people who kill. But now, Compton’s got a changing face (not Two-Face, Batman)

Compton is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. It is home to almost 100,000 citizens. Known as the “Hub City” because of its unique position in almost the exact geographical center of Los Angeles County, Compton is strategically located along the Alameda Corridor, a passageway of 25 percent of all U.S. waterborne international trade. Compton is rapidly emerging as a large industrial center in Los Angeles County for transit and distribution, business services, high technology, home and lifestyle products, metals, financial services, and textile manufacturing.


Now, we don’t live in a perfect world. In fact, I think that over 20 some years, law enforcement probably has done the area much good. Just a couple months ago, a gang sweep got even more gang members incarcerated. But one problem that is outstanding, that makes Compton a true place for Gangsters, aside from dealing illegal drugs is the real illegal black market: milk.


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What is the road

So when I come to these roads, I ask myself “Why hasn’t anyone gone between these paths?” Humanity is obsessed with these paths we have laid and set for social standard. Rarely does someone go outside the lines, rarely does someone take the paths made by scuffling feet over the ones set in stone. Maybe that’s what causes our problems.
If we are given two choices, we are expected to make one of two, never one of many. Give a stereotype and people will fulfill it because of social expectancies. Create more roads. Create more paths. Create more decisions. Look for ways to combat the cons and highlight the pros. Nothing is black and white, everything (including black and white) is a shade of gray. You choose what colors to add.