Growing up with no cable allowed Jackman substantial time for self-discovery. His love for step-by-step processes was the spark to evolve making music in the studio of his room in New York to creating music videos, movies, and his own personal eye shadow palette. A display of the lengths Keats would go to sacrifice his ego for the world.
Why do we put so much effort in giving our time and energy to an entity or corporation for the sake of living? We have the ability to provide for ourselves despite being unaware of it. To ensure a satisfactory lifestyle of having a place to stay, a vehicle to transport us to our desired location, and to hold onto a status we feel gives us value of success in our oh, so happy little lives. Invisible shackles to a beast in which we give energy to flourish. A beast that will not die until unique individuals realize they are beasts themselves. Wait. Not beasts. Gods. Because a beast is meant to be tamed and it cannot survive unless it eats. A God does not need such thing as it knows it IS the source.
Con’s absence in 2020. Mark, Ben, Aff, John, Desmond, Dylan and Leland experienced a two-year time skip no different than the Straw-hat crew that proved beneficial to them as a group and individually. Getting to meet J Cole while also being featured in a music video. Also, meeting LeBron James within a one-week span at the Space Jam: A New Legacy premiere, a sequential movie that began 25 years ago. And let’s not forget the spectacular finish in a dodgeball tournament that allowed them to rack $250K. No GTA cheat codes were used in this successful venture whatsoever.
Later in life, Jereme became a part of the matrix like all of us by pursuing a career in graphic design and HTML. Being color-blind was just a small setback for Jereme as it birthed the ability to remember HTML and Hex color codes by memory. (Turquoise is his favorite out of the blue series by the way). It’s a way to make a living that expands on his gift for drawing and aligning it with business modalities.