They say that the elders should pass the torch to the youth. In this day and time I believe in “sharing the torch”. None of us is blind to the harsh realities of this world we call home but very few are willing to confront the status quo and demand a better reality. Last year I was blessed to open up for a poet/activist/father and a strong revolutionary . He performed and toured the world before I was born and decades later he is still on the stage giving the world the hardest pill to swallow which is The truth. Abiodun Oyewole well known as one of the founders and member of the “LAST POETS”, had a lot of wisdom to share with me that night and I happened to carry my camera to capture the experience. After Blessing the same stage with him at The Dock Bookshop the previous night, I had tons of questions and lessons to learn from him. we spent about an hour discussing politics, the state of hiphop, and activism. I would like to share with you all about half an hour of this experience. The elders truly have some solid advice for us especially the artists and poets who want to change the world.