I took several months off from this site to collect myself. To be honest, I just had lost the motivation that I had when I first started this venture. After countless hours of thought and reflection, I’ve come to understand that this is my life’s mission and am now fully committed to seeing it succeed.
Lucramotives, as I think I have explained here before, is much more than an attempt at a catchy gimmick: it is a lifestyle, a movement. What exactly does this word mean? To me, it means progress; it means inspiration; it means creativity. Lucramotives is a hybridization of the words “lucrative,” “motives” and “locomotive.” Lucrative is not wholly used in a capitalistic sense, but also in a figurative sense. Whatever you can gain from spiritually, physically, or mentally–that is “lucrative”. And that is what our “motives” consist of: gaining for the betterment of ourselves in the interest of helping others do the same. It plays off of the word “locomotive” because once this idea is set into motion, it is a force that cannot be stopped. My ultimate goal with Lucramotives is to become a beacon of hope unto the world and future generations. I, as well as those whom are proponents of this movement, strive to empower and uplift the broken, hopeless, misguided, “underachievers,” downtrodden, overlooked and unheard members of society.
So in conclusion, I encourage all those who stop by this page to feel free to leave comments on our posts–and please like our Facebook and follow us on Twitter @Lucramotives to keep up with us. We have much more in store as we continue to build and grow. Right now, our primary focus will be on spreading our message and building up our name. Thank you all for your time and visiting our page.
A lot of us are so caught up in other people’s opinions and approval that we have little to no control over the things listed above. But honestly, what does their perception of us really matter? What do they do for you? We can’t spend our lives trying to appeal to everyone because it’s not going to happen. Be your own man/woman.
I think we all should adopt this attitude. We’re going to be wrong and we’re going to make mistakes. All we can do is be sincere in the process of doing so. Nowadays, it seems like a lot of people are in the habit of being sneaky, deceptive, and liars. A lot of people look at making mistakes and being wrong as a bad thing even if it’s done in sincerity. On the other hand, many of us are quick to attack someone who makes an honest mistake or is wrong. In our minds, wrong is wrong whether they’re sincere or not and need to be put in their place. How can we be mad and chastise someone for being honest and sincere? Aren’t we only perpetuating the same sneakiness, deception, and lies that we despise so much? Just a thought…RIP Malcolm.
We allow too much to transpire without addressing them. People must be held accountable for what they do. It is our responsibility to correct the ways of wrongdoers or we are only perpetuating the same kinds of evil that we claim to be against. No matter how big or small we perceive another’s transgressions to be, they are transgressions, nonetheless. We must address them.
We all must strive to be the best we can possibly be in life. Follow your own path. People come and go in our lives and objects don’t provide everlasting happiness. Set your heart on progress and transcending the boundaries of what you thought possible for yourself.
Before being Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Taoist, Luciferian, Wiccan, Jewish, and so on…be human.
UK’s own Lowkey pens an ode to the people of Palestine and gives listeners a brief look at the Palestine-Israel conflict. This song is a few years old but is just as relevant now as it was then. Peace to all oppressed people of the world.