KNOWLEDGE!

I collaborate with great creators and visionaries, and today we bring you KNOWLEDGE!

Luciano Lagares, Illustrator/Graphic Designer wove my voice into his Creative Writing, Animatics, and Storyboards as we put together a breathtakingly stunning narrative of Knowledge at Open The Door Studios!

It starts like that, without light, without form, without anything, before amounting to KNOWLEDGE.

Knowing becomes something of necessity and appeal.

At first, it does not require much effort, even exploring suffices.

Naturally, KNOWLEDGE fills the available spaces until it almost overflows.

But all at once, a huge effort is needed for it to brim over.

In many places, its conquest is overcome by strong persistence and resilience.

Over time, we adapt as the scars of adversity heal.

We form small groups to discuss and distribute KNOWLEDGE, which follows on to be measured and attributed value.

In many cases, part of the acquired KNOWLEDGE ends up becoming a kind of personal wealth.

Used merely as a bargaining point for better positions.

Much of what is obtained, does little to contribute.

However, the urgency of having KNOWLEDGE sticks out, giving rise to the first questions:


The Hows? The Whens? The Wheres?

The Whys? The Who’s? The What’s?


Along with these are the leaden unearthings of the past, the contradictory experiences of the present and the forecasts full of hope that design the future, all to build a climate of KNOWLEDGE that allows us to evolve as a species…

But that is still far from reality in many places.

Nevertheless, KNOWLEDGE goes beyond the shadowy borders. dominated by its own defaults.

And, even if the assimilation takes two or three generations, KNOWLEDGE creates and brings with it such stubborn beings, that surpass whatever impossibility and improbability.

Brilliant people who diffuse their encounters with KNOWLEDGE, producing and stimulating new questioners, are sharper still.

But, not everybody tolerates being questioned.

And, in spite of the legitimacy of their actions, they tear down, prevent, and delay hundreds of years of germination of a seed planted, there at the beginning of the first light by KNOWLEDGE.

Luckily various contributions have been and will be made.

Even under the most appalling and adverse circumstances.

Yes, this is the premise of KNOWLEDGE:
to understand the Whys by asking questions – right or wrong, it doesn’t matter, so long as it’s happening.

May the questioning be one of the most guarded inheritances passed down from generation to generation until the answers mature, and nurture the humanity of KNOWLEDGE.


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4 comments

  1. Anderson L Amaral

    Excellent! This was well said:

    “to understand the Whys by asking questions – right or wrong, it doesn’t matter, so long as it’s happening.”

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Wayne Charles II

    👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

    *My favorite part. The animation brought it too life*

    Brilliant people who diffuse their encounters with KNOWLEDGE, producing and stimulating new questioners, are sharper still.

    But, not everybody tolerates being questioned.

    And, in spite of the legitimacy of their actions, they tear down, prevent, and delay hundreds of years of germination of a seed planted, there at the beginning of the first light by KNOWLEDGE.

    Luckily various contributions have been and will be made.

    Even under the most appalling and adverse circumstances.

    Yes, this is the premise of KNOWLEDGE: 
    to understand the Whys by asking questions – right or wrong, it doesn’t matter, so long as it’s happening.

    May the questioning be one of the most guarded inheritances passed down from generation to generation until the answers mature, and nurture the humanity of KNOWLEDGE.

    Liked by 1 person

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