I am going to make a living or starve writing fiction and non-fiction. My life depends on my community’s decision to support and use my work.
I am highly criticized for putting my life into my community’s hands. Everyone’s lives are in the hands of their community. Our ability to leave home and return home safely depends on how violent our community decides to be.
When I was a high school English teacher, my life depended on confusing young black people. The parents had to send their children to buildings for me to confuse, so I was at the mercy of my community. Most black people work for government in some way or work on persecuting other black people. You can only do this because the black community has surrendered its minds to whoever want to abuse us.
Some say that it is hard to make a living writing. I see other people sustaining themselves doing less than what I do on the internet. Members of other ethnic groups have told me that I should be getting more support from my community.
I want young black people to know that psychological analysis should be one of their career choices. We can’t all be entertainers, parasites to other black people or criminals.
Some of us stand up for our community and our community owes us support. This is a natural expectation. I’m not going to stop trying to feed myself with my work. I enjoy offering mental improvement to my community. When I starve, you’ll have to ask my community why they let me starve.
I publish my work so that others can read it after I am gone. Maybe I will get the proper amount of support, either way I have done my part to make our world slightly better. – July 26, 2019