Left to Wright w/ Abdul-Rahim Shaheed


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ABOUT ME:  I’m an American, a son, a brother, a father, a friend, a seeker of truth and knowledge, conscious, and an unconventional conservative who thinks freely.  A quote or a divine sign, you decide, a little jewel bestowed to me:

“Nature is, what is Nature isn’t…those are the instructions”


THE SHOW: ‘Left to Wright’

Left:  On, toward, or relating to the west when standing north

To: Expressing motion, approaching, or reaching the results of a process or action

Wright: A maker, builder, or someone who makes repairs

‘Left to Wright’:  A step towards self-determination, self-rule, or autonomy.  Liberty is not a passive discussion of theory amongst ‘experts’ or legislatures’…Rather, liberty is the practice of pursuing universal truth and knowledge, the realization of self and its natural relationship with creation.

The truth is, society is conflicted, most worship fictional instruments and characters as demigods (ex: money, government, politicians) leading to their acceptance and love of servitude.  Ask yourself, who or what fictional entity owns you?  Do you make your own decisions, do you have choices?  Are you powerless?

The complexity of the world distracts us from reality, the reality that we the people hold the power to effect the necessary positive changes we seek and not the fictional characters created by the ‘powerful’ few.  This show is an attempt to break the constraints of self-censorship and to allow the free exchange of ideas to spur or to invigorate the spirit of Liberty and Freedom.

The truth always triumphs over fiction.  We all have the natural ability to achieve prosperity, peace, and liberty.   Here’s the key, we must be willing to cultivate our natural gifts and defiantly reject anything that attempts to separate us from our natural self or consciousness.  This concept is better explained by a quote from an American Freedom Fighter, revolutionary, a man of character:

“Education means emancipation. It means light and liberty. It means the uplifting of the soul of man into the glorious light of truth, the light by which men can only be made free.”

– Frederick Douglass, Blessings of Liberty and Education 1894.

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