posted January 10, 2018 12:35 AM
To everyone else.
I am not talking ish or throwing shade at anyone here. I don't have time for that. When I post it is to self-promote my blog. I am really a lurker on here if I am not posting. I rarely comment and just like to read.
It's open to interpretation. I know a lot of you are not from the US/English isn't your first language. So maybe there's a lost in translation thing going on here. Who knows? Maybe you can let me know.
To break down the song a bit. It's two people talking/arguing having a debate with each other.
The first & last verses is one person; that is very critical of people that claim to be "WOKE" when in fact the critical person believes these SPIRITUAL WOKE PERSON are afraid which makes them oftentimes self -righteous, hypocritical and judgmental.
The second & third verses is the other person that is Spiritual/WOKE. This Spiritual/WOKE person is behaving self -righteous, hypocritical and judgmental and affirming/proving the critical person's comments/observations.
The last verse is the critical person asking the spiritual/woke people to stop with the act and just keep it real.
The irony is throughout the song the critical person is also being self -righteous, hypocritical and judgmental. Except they are keeping it "real" and "being honest".
I guess they are each other's mirror.
The first reason I wrote/rap this song cuss I wanted to. When i started writing I really didn't plan on talking/writing about this at all.
Mirage29 hit the nail on the head in terms of the witness part. The second main reason is as an internet user I am witness. I see SPIRITUAL WOKE PEOPLE condemn/judge others for being less woke/enlighten than them.
Some use spiritually to lift themselves and others up and some use spiritually to lift themselves up by bringing others down/shaming others.
It's not really personal and don't really know people that is like that (well actually I know one person that is like that lol but I still love them).
The song is not really about religion (but religion can be included in this). It's more about social critics, politics, and mainly spirituality and alternative beliefs/ideals. And how some spiritual/alternative people behave and express their spirituality like it's a religion (and a cult).
Neptune in Pisces is really fuuccking up all of us. We are all confused and lost. Society is breaking down and reshaping, it's a Plutonic mess lol. People are afraid and insecure so they cling to things and lash out. Random but I think of Brene Brown and her talks on how we as a society (USA/The West) are afraid to be vulnerable.
The realm of spirituality is vulnerable and in this day and age (actually since forever) we cling to uncertain things and make them certain when they shouldn't be.
This also doesn't just apply for spirituality it especially applies for politics and how it seems that everyone on all sides is hypocritical. Random but I also think about Alyssa Sharpe's astrology/politics video too.
Btw i am not condemning alternative spirituality or politics. I myself consider myself spiritual. This is too friggin long, which is the main reason I really didn't want to respond. I wanna move on and be my mercury in Aries self.
The older I get the more I really got to take the good with the bad especially when online. Being critical/disagreeing doesn't automatically make someone a hater imo.
I honestly think a hater is someone that is mentally stubborn and lazy, lacks compassion, and doesn't want to critically think or understand where someone else is coming from. They prefer the easy way out which is to criticize and move on.
A hater is someone that disagrees without giving a proper explanation and without adding value to a conversation. Kinda like crop dusting. I'm rambling bye!!!!