K is struggling to walk the line between living in a violent and aggressive world while at the same time trying to avoid the government surveillance and interference in his life.
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There’s no pain in this world worse than the pain that you create for yourself.
A comment upon the way people mistreat mothers who bleed for us (in labour, so that we can be born) and teach you almost everything you knew about the world as a child.
K feels that he is one with the universe. He is one with all, and all is one within him.
“I tell you the truth,” he continued, “no prophet is accepted in his hometown”
Nobody in K’s town is feeling his deepness, so he has to travel across sea’s to spread his message to the people.
K watches all of these bragging ignorant rappers make their moves. He has the power to end them if he wants, but he lets them do their thing.
The class is an analogy the rap game. K is a relatively unknown rapper.
K can’t become part of, or accept a world that cant accept him for what he is and constantly tries to make him something he’s not
The song the angels play on the harp symbolizes the love and grace of heaven that K needs
God’s guidance helped to steer K away from the path of evil, but never truly showed him what path he should take to find happiness.