What My World's Like

A Book of Questions With One Answer


A Book Of Questions With One Answer by J. Sakiya Sandifer

“The questions challenge the beliefs, morals and foundation of
“your world”…Sakiya proves his innovative talent as a
wordsmith and utilizes each word to its creative capacity.”

Melody Hoffman, JET Magazine

“The contents of this book possess a concept which is as vital
to the human mind as water and oxygen are to the human body.”

Harry O’Brien, Collingwood Football Club

All pre-orders will be shipped prior to release date of March 22, 2010, PLUS the first 250 fellow thinkers to order will receive a signed and numbered metallic ink cover edition.

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We Think Radio: holidays or holidaze?



TOPIC: Holidays–why do, or don’t, you celebrate them?  Have you received scrutiny for your decision?  Tune in and share your thoughts and experiences.

We Think Radio: the price of fame



TONIGHT’S TOPIC: The price of fame…is it worth the cost?

Personal power and self love


v for vendetta

The topic of last night’s We Think Radio show was power. We asked with whom does power reside: people, industries/systems, or the government? Ultimately, we came to the conclusion that power should be with the people, but for various reasons, people don’t believe they have power, and accordingly, don’t. When people decide they do have power and begin to act with that power, there will be a monumental shift in the understanding of who wields the most power.

Power belongs to the entity or individual(s) with the least fear and/or with the ability to induce the most fear. Fear and power go hand-in-hand, the same way that fear and powerlessness do. When we, as individuals, no longer carry so much fear in our hearts, collectively, we will exercise the most power. Check out V for Vendetta.

After the show, I thought of a question I wish I’d thought of during the show: Maintaining one’s personal power doesn’t necessarily preclude a love of self, but can people truly love themselves and give away their personal power?

I don’t have an answer, but I’m sure you have some thoughts. Please share.

We Think Radio is thinking about feminism



TONIGHT’S TOPIC: Feminism! What went wrong? What went right? And most importantly, where do we go from here? Be sure to tune in and join the discussion.

We Think Radio: Let’s talk about drugs…



TOPIC: Drugs: Why are they illegal?  Which illegal drug has the biggest pros and cons if it was ever to become legal?  And what legal drug is possibly as harmful as what’s illegal now?  Be sure to join us tonight!

Tune in tonight to We Think Radio



TOPIC: Join us as we discuss if there’s such a thing as a genuine consensual relationship (business or personal) that involves abuse.

The power of a moment



The other day, I read “the greatest mistake that you can make is to be afraid of making one.”

This very moment, right now, excites me. Its power is so dynamic and immense.

If you don’t like something, change it. If your thoughts don’t serve you, change them. If the shoe doesn’t fit, find another.

There’s so much power in a moment. It’s potential energy ready to transform into kinetic energy at our will, whenever we decide to take action.

We’re trained to live passive lives like they’re something to aspire to. Don’t reach for passivity and mediocrity; if nothing else, fail to it.

For me, part of finding the good is understanding the power of a moment. Knowing that it doesn’t last forever. If it’s painful, it’ll be over soon. If it’s enjoyable, know that you should cherish it because it, too, will expire. We live in the eternal moment of now. The future is now. Einstein told us that “everything you can imagine is real.” So imagine. Dream. Experience. Celebrate. Move in the direction you want to go in. Don’t resist change; that’s constant.

Start your action now.

“The secret of the creative life is often to feel at ease with your own embarrassment. We are paid to take risks, to look silly. Some people, like racing car drivers are paid to take risks in a more concrete way. We are paid to take risks in an emotional way.

The film critic is like a medical examiner. He gets the cadaver on the table, he opens it up, and tries to figure out why it died. The filmmaker is like the pregnant mother who is simply trying to nurture this thing. You have to keep the medical examiner out of the delivery room because he will get in there and he will kill that baby.”

– Paul Schrader, interviewed by Terry Gross, Fresh Air

We Think Radio:



TONIGHT’S TOPICS: Join us on the discussion of “Death”. What do you think happens when a person dies? Is that it? Or is there more?

“There has never been nothing that came from something.”
– Robert Thurman, Indo-Tibetan scholar at Columbia University

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.”
– Steve Jobs

“I believe nothing to be true if it cannot be proved. If you believe something,
then you don’t need proof of it, and if you have proof, you don’t need to believe it.”

– Maria Spiropulu, physicist at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva

There is a stark difference the attitudes and language of losers and winners. Losers defined as those who consistently do not get what they want out of life and winners as those who do consistently get what they want out of life.

“Positive continuous action is the best antidote to worry.”
– j. saKiya sandifer

We Think Radio: using the power of sex


TheThinkMovement.com by j. sakiya sandifer

Tonight we discussed how to develop and channel the power of sex to obtain your goals. Napoleon Hill discussed transmuting sexual energy in his book Think and Grow Rich. See chapter 11 to find out how.