Celldweller journal: Use time or it uses you – entry 4

Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

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Whether I was here. Dwelling in this 'cell' or outside dwelling in the 'ghetto,' the same amount of time [illegible] passed me by, 10 1/2 years, would've elapsed regardless. Regardless of our wherebout's, 'time' is all the same. Think about it, if I did nothing to better myself or improve myself, out there in society, for these past 10 1/2 years? If staying alive, is all I did? Yet while I'm here, I obtained (two) college degrees, became physically healthy and learned how to counsel people. And mentor others, while in these cell's, well. Who's really free? Who's in prison? A, self-constructed prison? One can contain us out there too, even tho we're free. Time is an invention, that was 'created' by early mankind. In order to have a system for which he could track. His endeavor's and measure results, using 'time' as the measuring stick, to do so. As a celldweller we can still to the same. what has changed? Whenever in my 'time' is up here. I, would like to look back and exactly what I've accomplished while I was in this cell, Whether I was living as a celldweller or living as a ghetto dweller, what did I do, to leave my mark behind, on this planet? Who's lives did I impact and in what way? Transcribed by: acadet

Author: Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

Author Location: Arizona

Date: August 4, 2013

Genre: Essay

Extent: 1 pages

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