Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Episode 124: Unapologetic and Colorblind Through 2020 — PART TWO BuddTalk's Podcast

Because I love hearing myself speak, I recorded a part two. But honestly, there were a few points I forgot to mention in episode 123. And it's why I enjoy creatively speaking. As a form of creative, free, and inspiring love, I myself don't know what's approaching out of my mouth sometimes.But I trust it, I can defend it, more importantly back it up! Thanks for listening…-BuddTwitter: @BuddHansenVDFacebook: TheDigestIG: BuddWriteswww.VehicleDigest.netVehicleDigest, LLC
  1. Episode 124: Unapologetic and Colorblind Through 2020 — PART TWO
  2. Episode 123: Unapologetic & Colorblind Through 2020 — PART ONE
  3. Episode 121: All We Need Is One Bite…feat @marqjacobs
  4. Episode 119: Speaking A Creative Journal With The Self
  5. Episode 117: Listening Above The Uncertainty Of White-Noise

On The Latest of BuddTalk’s Podcast

EPISODE 123: UNAPOLOGETIC & COLORBLIND THROUGH 2020, PART ONE — LISTEN ON iTunes!

I’ve stayed far away from identity politics, and speaking about the racial tension. Today, however, I shed a bit of my heart around it. Proud to be black, honest about what I feel, my personal journey through self-fulfillment out shines the mass perspective that black men are victims. I may be speaking for myself, but understand I wouldn’t know myself without having explored my dark sides…

Where do you think it comes from?

I am one man, one black man, far from any representation of my brothers of color. I speak here as an example of where we stand after taking leaps of faith and subdue to portrayals of the victim. 

EPISODE 124: UNAPOLOGETIC & COLORBLIND THROUGH 2020, PART TWO — LISTEN ON iTunes!

Oh yeah, I did a part two because I love hearing myself speak! There were also a few points I left out in episode 123. Although I creatively speak, inspire and live, I often find myself laughing at the things that come out of my mouth.

But it’s from the heart, so who’s laughing now?

-Budd

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Budd writes to encourage readers to explore the depths of their inner ocean, an unexplored self, because it's fun once you get through the emotional part... “The world around us is our vehicle, what you'll read is how I digest it.” -Budd

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