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June 11, 2024 10 mins

There must be a balance of sunny days and darkness. You reap what you sow. This is nature's law.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Today show is pre recorded. Y'all know what's time? Y'all
don't know y'all all at all, So don't given them
back a million bus buss ye listening to to I

don't joy?

Speaker 2 (00:45):

Speaker 1 (00:50):
Yeah, joy? You know you love you know you.

Speaker 2 (01:13):
Turn, you gotta turn. Well, I.

Speaker 1 (01:41):
Got to turn the mouth turn. You probably got to
turn the mouth.

Speaker 2 (01:45):
Mouth turn.

Speaker 1 (01:46):
Ald the morning up looking at me, come.

Speaker 2 (01:56):
Me come out, You'll think, huh, I sure will coome
morning everybody you are listening to the voice, come on now,
dig me one and only Steve Harvey Man got a
radio show.

Speaker 1 (02:13):
What God doing, y'all? Huh?

Speaker 2 (02:16):
What he doing? What he doing in your life? He
doing something? He moving, he working. Don't lose your patience though,
see I did that before. Don't lose your patience. Don't
get so sick of waiting that you take matters into
your own hands. Don't do that. Boy, you're blowing it.
Listen to me. You're listening to somebody who's done it

that way. I had a dream, I had a vision.
I had some hope, I have some faith, I had
some aspirations. But I got a little impatient waiting on it.
So I tried a couple other things. Move it along. Boy,
I can't tell you how I messed it up. Then
I messed it up then because God gave me the
power of decision. What I had to do was then

after I took matters into my own hand, messed it up.

Speaker 1 (03:03):
Now I guess what. He still got something from me.

Speaker 2 (03:06):
But nah, I gotta fix all the mistakes now, I
gotta straighten them out, gotta I gotta suffer some consequences.
I gotta pay for my transgressions. All of that, All
of that, it's gotta go down. You can't do something
wrong and not pay for it. It's just you call it, calma,
call it whatever you want to call it. Every action

has an equal and opposite reaction every action. If it
just stays sunny all the time, you might think it's cool,
but there's gonna be a reaction to it.

Speaker 1 (03:37):
Ain't no dark, ain't no shade, ain't no break, ain't
no rain.

Speaker 2 (03:41):
Gonna be hard if it's just sunny all the time,
vice versa. So you need you need the opposite. You
need the darkness so you can get your break from
that sun. You need the rain so you can nourish
the roots so that sun can it can soak up
the sun and get the benefit of the sun. If
you don't get the opposite, you got a problem, man.

And it happens throughout nature, it happens throughout your life.
Don't think that you can do wrong and not have
to pay for that. You think this see is man.
We think, man, because we'd have made a decision that
we think is best for us, and no matter how
to affect nobody else, we got the right to make
that call.

Speaker 1 (04:22):
No, you don't.

Speaker 2 (04:23):
Whoever is telling you that, whoever's misguiding you into the
gang life, telling.

Speaker 1 (04:28):
You, yeah, man, you need to be this way to
be down with us.

Speaker 2 (04:30):
I'll tell you what. Get yourself stuck on chuck with
that gang. See how many them be there for you. Oh,
they'll go around the corner with you and start shooting.
But look, okay, when it's time to do some time
and they can lessen they sentence, you gonna get that time.

Speaker 1 (04:44):
They gonna point their finger dead at you.

Speaker 2 (04:46):
I watched for eight hours all the time, man, I
watch Lock Up Raw all the time, all the time, man,
all the time. Ain't no real cold dudes out there,
just holding to the mantra and sticking to it. Even
the mob turns state side evidence go fed all that.
Now we in now the hood, we dine created this
ignorant mess called no snitching. With that ignorant mess, you

don't even understand. No snitching was created by criminals as
a cold of honor. If you do dirt and you
get busted doing the dirt, don't bring my name.

Speaker 1 (05:16):
Up if I was with you. That's a code of
honor amongst the thieves.

Speaker 2 (05:19):
Now, so many code of honor thieves that then came
out of prison. They ain't got no honor. They done
brought that stuff back to the street. Now that's all
in the neighborhood. No snitching, No snitching, You got to
be crazy. That's for people who disobey the law. That's
who people have made a cold of honor amongst themselves
as thieves. Hey, man, if you get busted, don't drag
me down with you. Just do your time. Oh man,

you can't bring that stuff out here to me. I'm
a law biding citizen.

Speaker 1 (05:45):

Speaker 2 (05:46):
I'm trying to live right over here, man. I don't
want no crack house up street from my mama's house.
I'm trying to do right out here. Man. You can't
do wrong and expect wrong not to come to you.
You got to make a decision every day to do right.
God ain't got no protection you on dirt. You got
what you got coming. You made a decision. You go
down there to get some you might get got See,

we got to come on. I'm talking to so many
men out here right now. I should have said that
in the beginning, but a conversation that kind of got
away from me. I was gonna talk to you about
something else this morning. But it's just only man. Because
our communities. Man's just going to the pot man because
it ain't nobody can about nobody else. Don't nobody care
when they see that young dude over there doing wrong.

Look at them foods over that man, Go over there
and talk to one of them.

Speaker 1 (06:34):
Pull them to the side.

Speaker 2 (06:36):
Man, you might not be able to approach the group,
but you can approach an individual. Come in, young man.
Let me talk to you. I saw you the other day. Man,
you look like you got something going on in your life.
What's happening with you? Let me talk to you, man,
Let me share something I learned. I was doing what
you was doing. You know, It's like Tommy did a
prank phone call one time as a limo driver, and

the dude the prank was he called this limo company
to ask this limo driver to take him to this
location late at night, and the limo driver got a
young business he going, yeah, okay, I got you. I
don't normally work like that. But how long you need it?
He sayd for just about an hour. He said, well,
I'm gonna have to charge you for the full three though,
because a three hour minimum. Tommy told him, now, I

just need it for one hours. He said, okay, I'll
give you a break, young man. You're trying to do something.
Where you want to go? He gave an address. The
man stopped writing. He said, that's a bank. He said yeah.
He said, you want to go to the bank at
twelve thirty at night. He said yeah, and I'm gonna
be in for a few minutes. And when I come
out that bank, I need for you to flow it

that to do with the limo. He stopped writing. He said,
hold on, hold on, man, you want me to take
you to a bank twelve thirty at night. You gonna
be hitting there for a few minutes and you gonna
come out and you want me to flow it. He said, sir,
I don't do stuff like that. He said, you got
the wrong company. He said, what made you call here?
He said, hey, man, don't worry about that. You a

limo company. You just drive. He stopped and took the
time out. He said, young man, let me tell you something.
He said, I've been down before, I've been locked up before.
It ain't pretty. He said, that's what's wrong with you
young people today. Instead of going to get a job,
trying to work your way, you're always looking for some
fast money.

Speaker 1 (08:20):
He said, I'm gonna tell you what I already know.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
Don't go down there messing with them people's money like
that because they love that money way more than they
love you, and they gonna do something to you down there. Now,
you stop this foolishness. And I'm not caring you nowhere,
but I'm gonna take a little bit of time out
to tell you something. Don't go down here with messing
with these people's money because it ain't gonna go good.
They gonna take care of their business when they come
to that money. Tommy kept insisting to this man to

pick him up in the limbo. It was a plank
phone call But the point I'm making is the man
took our time. He could have just hung the phone up.
But you know what he said. He said, hold up,
young man, let me hip.

Speaker 1 (08:54):
You to something.

Speaker 2 (08:55):
Because the brother had been locked up before. He said, no, no, no,
see I've done that when I was young. Now I'm
gonna stop it. I'm gonna take some moment out to
tell you I'm up here, working man, trying to earn
an honest living. I ain't going back down there because
I don't. They make you eat what they want you
to eat. You don't want the food. You got to
get up when they say get up. You gotta stay
where they say stay, live with who they say live.
He said, man, you don't want that, and he just

tried to talk the young man out of me. You
can change a young man's mind with a conversation. A
conversation can change a young man's mind. Most of these
young men that are misguided ain't having conversations with real men.
They're just not having them. And it's up to us,
who know what manhood is. It is to start delivering
the message. The problem that we have in our communities

we can solve ourselves. It's to escalate it to a
point because we who are men, won't stop on our
corporate climb and our day to day making money and
trying to ball out. We won't stop and grab some
of these young soldiers and tell them the truth about manhood.
That's the real deal. Okay, Sah, I went there. I
don't know where they came from.

Speaker 1 (09:57):
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