Let us evoke a conversation with this: Are you #WOKE?


To some degree all people regulate the worth of their lives based on whether or not their needs are met. Both subconsciously and consciously, we are hardwired to the following root concept: when our needs are met, then we have achieved our relative level of peace.


This, my good people, is THE universal purpose of existence.


Let's think: If it does not induce what you consider to be solace or contentment then what is it actually worth? When we dissect this question we uncover two premises: (1) action is coerced by an individual's need for serenity and (2) the worth of that specific action is solely dependent upon its direct relation to what they define as peaceful (that’s a bit of a tongue twister).


When these premises are evaluated it can be concluded that an action is deemed worthless if it does not meet the needs of someone attempting to attain peace.  


Experienced thinkers like to call this process Self-Actualization, as characterized by psychologist and theorists such as: Kurt Goldstein, Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow.


is to be (1) conscious of one's self within their mind, (2) aware of self within the tangible reality, and (3) mindful of self within the eyes of the world.


The strategy presumed here involves a person's systematic effort to meet the various goals presented to us as humans. So, basically everything I already said has a fancy term for it. It is universally believed that anyone who embarks on this journey becomes more accessible in ways that can promote literally anything, including unity and empowerment.


This, my good people, is the TCKway.


A #WOKE person handcrafts their needs around how they wish to self actualize. WE must understand that no two people will ever be identical in this endeavor. Ultimately, a transformation occurs allowing people to not only create change, but also become the change they wish to see. ThemCloudKids focuses on embodying aspects of this ideology as well as the Ubuntu lifestyle. If and when this shift occurs, the possibilities prove to be endless.


What will you wake up and do?


For more information feel free to explore this link:

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs


"Finding happiness is like finding yourself. You don't find happiness, you make happiness. You choose happiness. Self-actualization is a process of discovering who you are, who you want to be and paving the way to happiness by doing what brings you the most meaning and contentment to your life over the long run."

– David Leonhardt