The lie about truth

Q: What is Truth?
A: Truth is anything that produces after itself the nature and character of its being.

Q: What is the truth about a Lie?
A: That the Lie re-animates after its true self reproducing after its kind.

Q: What is the truth about a White Lie
A: That a Lie will never be the Truth

Q: What is the Lie about Truth?
A: That we Lie about the Truth

This happens when the truth is not in us.
And we lie to ourselves (half-truths you say, ha)!
Refuting to the death we will say “Really! … it is the Truth.

Remember to tell yourself this truth:
“You can’t get grapes from a bramble bush.”
(although its fruits are edible)

And no matter how much you may boast of lofty expectations, immaculate conceptions or holy alliances;

One’s: offspring, results, outputs, produce, reaping, calculations, predictions, outcomes, report, ruling, analysis, forthcoming, come-upins, verdict, and fruit of labor etc… will show itself after its kind.

Game of life

I. We play by its *RULES

Life is and isn’t

Life is hard.
Life is inspirational.
Life is expirational.
Life rules us.

Most of our lives we play as we go.  We play with a hand we’ve been dealt with.  Some things we didn’t have a choice in; our parents, our gender, color,  nationality –our name.

We are still uncertain of what is certain.
But one thing is ascertained by those of us living.
And what would this be you ask?

Why awareness of course.
That we exist.
And everything else after that has a price.

Life isn’t fair.
Stacking the deck.
But life isn’t to be played with.

Life can be blissful and blistering all at once.
One thing may work today but by tomorrow fail.

Life isn’t tricky.
It’s just intricate.

Life isn’t just a teacher.
It’s a broker of opportunity.

It leaves clues and evidence.
Some are laid bare in the open.
Others are locked away entombed.

Hints can expire in a moment while hard fast truths never fade from overuse or forgetfulness.

*Excerpt from The 7 Mills of Production

More questions for transformation


“Everything in a creative process is a work in process;
progress remains to be seen” DC JAMES

When you finish a read,

“Are you concluding you’re finished?”
You’ve acquired new revelation about transformation now what?

Here’s some good advice,
Whenever you or someone else finishes something that’s where the beginning starts.

Don’t treat eye-opening experiences like an endeavor to complete or an accomplishment to conclude.

Life of endeavors should end in never.

Treat it more like a new birth of AWARENESS to take on the RESPONSIBILTY of commitment of a TRANSFORMING life.

Finding the questions to progress


“How am I progressing?”

Create windows into your process.   Make access panels for trusted sources to speak into you.  Establish Checkpoints, Check-ins, Relay stations, and Service stops with peers and mentors.  Does this sound like something you’d use for construction? Yes? Then why would your life need anything less.  This is not maintenance for vanity’s sake or an extreme obsession with life.

It’s for the “REALITY CHECKS”.

If you don’t check your life, who will check it for you.  Just as a dentist checks on your teeth, shouldn’t your life undergo a checkup as well? For starters, I highly recommend a daily dosage of these antidotal prescriptions before progress starts regressing.



“If I’m not investing in my health, where am I subsidizing to my death?”

“Where is help when I may need it?”

Lastly give yourself what I call the Dr Phil,
“So how’s that working for you?”


Keeping tabs is not the lost of liberties or micro-management.
It’s a healthy approach to having competent accountability.


Inspect what you Expect
Tend what you Expend
Reprimand what you Require
Reward what you Recognize

CONCLUSION: Life is full of risks, so adapt the practice of risk management.  Life is also full of rewards, so adapt the skill of checks and balances to celebrate them when they arrive.  Develop immunity for conflict, challenges, confrontation and chaos.  Stay Alert! Watchfulness may require intervention.

Finding the questions to recognition


“What am I recognizing?”

The eyes are the windows of the soul.

Q: If the eyes are “windows” what does the real “seeing?”
A. The Soul.

Q: What is a soul?
A: It is the immaterial part of you.

This is worth noting; your unique design and fashionable traits.

For example, your mind and your brain are not one in the same; one is hardware (grey matter) the other is software (image matter). Your mind is one of the immaterial components that make up the soul.  The two other parts are the will, and emotions.  Your physical eyes can take in an unlimited volume of images and never become full.  As stated earlier, it is the soul that does the real observatory work.

Here are some Quantum-plating questions for, “Of what kind is your soul?


1. What Objectives are necessary?              (Strategic/Tactical Assessment)

2. What Obstacles are my challenges?        (Surrounding Conditions)

3. What Objects are my examples?              (Character/Behavioral Traits)

4. What Obedience is required of me?        (Actions for Ascertaining)

Word Picture:  Think of the letter “O” as a symbol for the open eye.

What’s before your eyes for a moment can affect your soul long after the glimpse.  Your soul is not just the “observatory” but also a “laboratory”.

Proverb: “Everything seen outside the windows doesn’t belong inside the house.” DCJAMES

CONCLUSION: The greatest nation is not China or the United States of America. It’s the IMAGE-NATION which is the Imagination.  Think about what you think about… You’re as strong as your weakest “think”.  And fondling with illusions & fantasies only create legends in your own mind.