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By Brian C. Sanchez 1 Dedicated to My beautiful wife, Aimee, My daughter, Daysia Sky, And my son, Nariyan Dominic. I am yours forever. 2

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  • OBSERVATIONS OF ONENESS2004 2006

    By Brian C. Sanchez

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  • Dedicated toMy beautiful wife, Aimee,My daughter, Daysia Sky,

    And my son, Nariyan Dominic.I am yours forever.

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  • CONTENTS:

    I Am an Expression of the One . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 4

    A Call for Awareness tothe Hip-Hop Generation:The Realization of Hip-Hop'sUltimate Purpose and Destiny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 5

    Oneness and Attachmentto the Illusion of Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9

    Oneness Against the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 11

    To Live in the Moment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14

    God and the Glass of Water. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 15

    Always Darkest Before Dawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 16

    Mosquitoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17

    Reaffirmation through Resonance,Evolution through Adversity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 18

    When the Least ofMy People are Blamed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 19

    Left Behind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 21

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  • I Am an Expression of the One(2004)

    I am an Expression of the One. A Reflection of your hopes and dreams, your fears and your love. A Microcosm of the Universe and all there is, seen and unseen. I am no better than you, nor am I worse. I am as equally unique in my experiences as you are in yours. I humbly offer my observations of Oneness in a Self-induced and Self-perpetuating Illusion of Separation and Suffering. Suffering exists because we believe that it is a part of our Reality. But Suffering, like all things, is an Illusion -- a vibrational frequency pattern of the One. To break free from the Illusion is to realize that we are All One. Infinite Oneness is the only Truth. All else is Illusion. To realize that All Is One is to realize that Suffering is but a Reflection of our Self. A manifestation of our Fear. To break free from the Illusion of Fear is to realize that our Fears are but a Reflection of our Self. To realize that what we run from is our own Shadow, and that Shadow will continue to haunt us until we turn around and face our Fears. Once we turn around, we realize that our Fear of the Unknown is in reality a mirror image of our Self. The Suffering that exists in our Reality is but an Illusion brought about by our Fear of the Unknown. But to know thy Self is to Know that there is no Unknown, for All Is One. All is Known. Separation from All that is and can be Known is an Illusion. When we stand face-to-face with our Reflection and we do not like what we see, changing the Reflection does not change anything. In order to change the Reflection, WE must change. We must BE the change. Only then will our Reflection change. Only then will our Enemies change. Only then will the World change. Only then will Reality change. Only then will Suffering end. For everything is but an Illusion that perpetuates so long as we believe that the Illusion is our fixed Reality. But it doesn't have to be. The Illusion need not control us, for the Illusion is merely a frequency pattern of the One. Rather, we can master the Illusion, for we are One with the Illusion. And with that Awareness comes Power. Power over the Illusion. Power to defy the Illusion. With Awareness comes Unlimited Potential. The Potential to literally move mountains. To bring an end to War. To bring an end to Suffering. To literally change the World. To be the Solution. To be the Miracle. But the change begins with the You. The Revolution starts from within.

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  • A Call for Awareness to the Hip-Hop Generation:The Realization of Hip-Hop's Ultimate Purpose and Destiny

    (2004)

    Our generation has personally witnessed and experienced the birth, maturation, manipulation and degradation of Hip-Hop as a culture born out of injustice and adopted as the quintessential voice to those for whom justice and equality has turned a blind eye. Like government, religion and all other institutions, Hip-Hop is also a tool, and like all tools it can be used either to build or to destroy depending on who's hand wields it. Unfortunately, as we have clearly witnessed in both government and religion, Humanity has once again handed over yet another tool -- the mighty hammer that is Hip-Hop -- to those who wish to strike us down and remodel the culture we have slowly built from the ground up into an abomination that serves their material self-interests. Today, we see in Hip-Hop the results of a culture hijacked by a corporate machine engaged in a war against all of Humanity, bent on dividing us from other cultures, fueling our mistrust and hatred towards one another, and ultimately controlling us through fear. Hip-Hop as a tool is now a weapon of mass destruction aimed directly at the Hip-Hop culture, and all other cultures interwoven with Hip-Hop shall be considered collateral damage.

    It is simply human nature for us to seek to control that which we fear, and there is no question why that from its inception Hip-Hop has been seen as a pariah in the eyes of the powers that be that continue to control the populace that gives credence to their power. Rock n' Roll is an empty shell of what it was and what it could have been thanks to the corporate machine, and like Hip-Hop, Rock n' Roll was a music and culture born out of injustice and adopted as the voice for the voiceless. This is no coincidence, for these cultures have one thing in common: they were a threat to the consensus norm governed by separation and fear. Like Rock n' Roll in its heyday, Hip-Hop is seen by the powers that be as a unifying force capable of dismantling the conformity of the consensus norm and ushering in a new age of Unity that they no longer have control of. Within a span of two decades, Hip-Hop was capable of reaching out not only to the urban youth of the Bronx and Brooklyn, but to the urban youth suffering injustice throughout the entire East Coast. It reached out to the youth suffering injustice in the inner-cities of Los Angeles, Oakland and the entire West Coast. It reached out to the youth suffering injustice in the Dirty South. It reached out to the youth suffering injustice in Chicago, Detroit and the entire Mid-West. Hip-Hop reached out to all those who have suffered and witnessed injustice and inequality from every corner, every city and every suburb of the United States. But it didn't stop there. Hip-Hop extended its reach over to the youth suffering injustice in the isles of the Caribbean. It reached over to the youth in South America. It reached over the Atlantic Ocean, inspiring the youth suffering injustice in South London, the UK and all of Europe.

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  • It reached out to the youth suffering gross injustice in the African motherland. It reached out to the youth in Eastern Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Australia, the Philippines and the islands of the South Pacific. Within a span of two decades, Hip-Hop managed what many within the consensus norm deemed impossible: it became a worldwide culture. It became the voice for the impoverished, marginalized and disaffected youth living in countries throughout the world, suffering injustice at the hands of the globalist elite. Hip-Hop became a unifying force capable of waking up Humanity from its arrested state of awareness and spiritual development. Hip-Hop soon epitomized what the power elite and the corporate machine feared most: losing control over us, the very people that -- through our ignorance, self-doubt and fear -- continue to keep them in positions of power, persistent in our delusional belief that they are serving our best interests. But we are nothing to them but slaves born and bred to unwittingly build their globalist edifice, making us use our very tools to destroy the cultures we built, and remodel them into their own materialist abomination fueled by separation and fear. The powers that be could not destroy Hip-Hop, so it instead decided to take it over, for it is simply human nature for us to seek to control that which we fear.

    The Hip-Hop music we listen to and the "culture" it now represents is the result of the corporate takeover of Hip-Hop. The denunciation of the glorification of violence, misogyny and materialism in Hip-Hop music by the powers that be merely hides the fact that it is their own corporate machine that continues to proliferate and perpetuate this glorification into our Hip-Hop culture and subsequently into other cultures. Hip-Hop is now another corporate vehicle used to peddle its goods to the impoverished and shallow youth, conditioned to believe that materialism equals happiness. Conditioned to believe that Hip-Hop is synonymous with aspirations of money, fame, expensive cars, fancy clothes, name-brand sneakers, pimpin' hoes and the violence that comes with keepin' it real. The corporate machine has effectively taken advantage of the inequality, injustice and insecurity felt among those of the Hip-Hop culture in order to properly mold the Hip-Hop generation into obedient consumers. The effect of this is a Hip-Hop generation systematically dumbed down in order to keep it