Being unnoticed is like being dead in the media world.

So how do people “raise” the dead in life?

By “Pre-Raising” aka “Praising” them through Art first.

It’s social pre-conditioning to the max… “Think Hair Treatment”.

Basically it goes like this, “Jordan will come on stage on this date so for many years before that date we will start slowly “embedding” him into the system more”.

That way people have heard of me already even if they do not recall it at first. ⁂

Matthew 24:36

“However, no one knows the day or hour when these things will happen, not even the angels in heaven or the Son himself.

Only the Father(Love) knows.

“There are times when a man should be content with what he has but never with what he is”
― William George Jordan
“Men who pride themselves on being shrewd in discovering the weak points, the vanity, the dishonesty, immorality, intrigue, and pettiness of others think they understand character.

They know only a part of character.

They know only the depths to which some men may sink; they know not the heights to which some men may rise.” 

― William George Jordan, The Kingship of Self-Control: Individual Problems and Possibilities’s_a_stage
The best way to pray is by expressing yourself through social media and otherwise.
“You have to wonder at times what you’re doing out there.

Over the years, I’ve given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started.

It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement.” 

― Tom Jordan, Pre: The Story of America’s Greatest Running Legend, Steve Prefontaine: Story of America’s Greatest Running Legend Steve Prefontaine
“Seek freedom and become captive of your desires.

Seek discipline and find your liberty.” 

― Frank Herbert, Chapterhouse: Dune
Pretty much what happened today at Tim Hortons, lady apologized to me for taking too long ordering her food.

I replied, “Aslong as you are not committing a crime or trying to confess a sin to me?

You have nothing to apologize for.”

She responded with a question, “Are you a priest?”

My reply, “No I am worse than the Pope.”

She then just smiled confusingly and turned away.
“Ingratitude is a crime more despicable than revenge, which is only returning evil for evil, while ingratitude returns evil for good.” 

― William George Jordan

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