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October 22, 2017

Dust to Diamond #Wubet

Make sure to check out associated article below; if you like the video spread it all over social media using #Wubet (wubet means beautiful, apropos for this article for there is beauty in all and all about us if we only choose to see it)

All of us have have astounding gifts, unique talents, that resides at the core of who we are as individuals. Sadly, too many of us get mugged by pragmatism as we let “practicality” be our guiding light instead of chasing our passions. The “Dust to Diamond” Ghion Cast talks about this very thing, the notion of pragmatism versus passion and introduce an open competition of sorts—think of “America’s Got Talent”. We encourage people to send in YouTube clips of their talent and the top 10 will then be featured in a separate article where the readership of Ghion Journal will vote for the top talent. In addition to the talent showcase, we also encourage our readers to submit nominations of people who are doing their best in their communities to affect change in a positive direction for others around them. The Ghion Gift and Ghion Giving nominations are discussed in further detail on the Ghion Cast above.

Spread the word and let others know to tune in, this same post will be used to write a detailed article about how we can all use our talents to disconnect from the “matrix” and do our part to change the world for the better. This is a much needed conversation in the “uber economy” where it seems our talents are being leveraged to enrich other people. It doesn’t have to be that way, we can feed ourselves instead of nourishing the dreams of the 1% who feed at our expense #message

The reason why this is called “Dust to Diamond” is because all of us have gems (talent) which are diamonds. Sometimes we disregard diamonds because they are not polished. It’s only when a value is placed on the diamond that we appreciate the dusty diamond for the jewel that it is. But the diamond was always a diamond, the dust was just camouflaging it’s worth in the eyes of the beholder and the viewers. So blow the dust of your diamond and let your diamond be wubet (beautiful). #Wubet

Contestant number One for Ghion Talent: Richard Allen (LINK)

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Teodrose Fikre

Founder at Ghion Journal
Teodrose Fikre is a published author and a prolific writer whose speech idea was incorporated into Barack Obama's south Carolina victory speech in 2008. Once thoroughly entangled in politics and a partisan loyalist, a mugging by way of reality shed political blinders from Teodore's eyes and led him on a journey to fight for universal justice.

Teodrose was born in Ethiopia the same year Emperor Haile Selassie was deposed by the communist Derg junta. The great grandson five generations removed of Atse (emperor) Tewodros Kassa II, the greatest king of Ethiopia, Teodrose is clearly influenced by the history and his connection to Ethiopia. Through his experiences growing up as first generation refugee in America, Teodrose writes poignantly about the universal experiences of joys, pains and a hope for a better tomorrow that binds all of humanity.

Teodrose has written extensively about the intersection of politics, economic policies, identity, and history. He is the author of "Serendipity's Trace" and newly released "Soul to Soil", two works that inspect the ways we are dissected as a people and shows how we can overcome injustice through the inclusive vision of togetherness.
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Steve Schmidt

Sometimes we have diamonds (talents) that we value and put an expectation on them, that for whatever reason, doesn’t live up. They may have born fruit or a modicum of success but compared to the energy expended or the spiritual release required it is not creatively economical for us to continue. It usually requires an appreciation and prodding from the different perception of another party to get us to reevaluate this talent.



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