💭I was in the 7th grade... I was getting in trouble a lot at school - You name it! Detention, suspension, and weekly meetings with the guidance counselor, but nothing seemed to break through.... My English teacher at my public art school in Harlem was this small Jewish lady who saw my love for Hip Hop, and my passion for writing so she decided to buy on her own for me a book called “Tupac Resurrection”. The book had poetry, rhymes, thoughts, and other things from Tupac’s life. It was a release with the film documentary and album soundtrack. Pac’s passion and words motivated me while I was in a place where I felt as if there was nothing to aspire to. My younger childhood dream of being a “superhero” saw its fulfillment in art, music, and activism by looking at Pac. I began to explore more of his music, and became sort of consumed by his ambition... I remember hearing him say “I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” And I remember thinking to myself “He’s talking about me.” So many years have gone by, and so many more experiences have continued to shape me and I know the Holy Spirit allowed me to see it all through this lens for this specific mission.... #SainthoodInTheCity 🗽✝️🙌🏽 #2pac #ministry #chh #hiphop #encultured #eucharisticworldview @allislovemedia
- The Symbol
- All is Love
The Symbol's MUSIC :
These are my thoughts . . . My Beliefs . . . My Actions . . . Everything I do. This is the documentation of my quest towards creating more unity in the community by authentic #LOVE.
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But now, as I have matured in my understanding as "The Symbol" and no longer Brandon Feel-X Morel you can continue my journey with me here.
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