Legacy of Chaos

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses
2 min readAug 20, 2021

It’s almost as though anarchy isn’t the end of the world. And the human race, like every other living organism, has always found a way out of a large prognosis of disaster. It’s like seeing the light at the end of a tunnel! Keep on reading!

photo credit to daniele levis

I’m going to be quick tonight because I haven’t had much time to study today and I’m well aware that someone on the other side of the table is anticipating what I intend to write today.

So, if I may ask when was the last time you wished for something fantastic despite the chaos around you? The lovely thing about life, space, and time is that wherever there is a level of chaos, order and great accomplishment almost always follow.

In the aftermath of World War II, in 1955, in the middle of widespread discrimination in the United States. Martin Luther King Jr. increased public awareness about racism and the need to eliminate racial discrimination and segregation. While his ultimate goal was racial equality, King devised a series of lesser goals that included local grassroots efforts for African-American equality. And, in the end, he was successful in achieving his goals.

In the midst of the burgeoning slave trade, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, declaring all slaves in the Confederacy free for all time. It wasn’t like something was handed to him on a silver platter; you know how much he had to pay.

I have a simple piece of advice for you today: take your time and study the turmoil that surrounds your current situation and surroundings. Your prizes are linked to a giant scoreboard that must be marked with the completion of your work.
Keep in mind that there are things to accomplish and people worth living for.

(ref: tolerance project, whitehousedotgov)



Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.