Hey. How you doing? I’m alright too. Y’all have a good week? Shit homie, this week marked an end of an era for me. But remember, in order to build new things, old things must be torn down. Just as with Vajrayana Buddhism, one of the main actions is to turn anything that’s against you into your ally. Turn negative energy into positive just as Padmasambhava turned Bon demons into protectors of the Dharma. When I had this thought I had my moment of revelation and truth. It’s time for a new beginning.
Who would of thought that making PVT Runners would create an art form. And like all art, some will get inspired and even BITE. But that’s the whole point of it. There’s that quote by Picasso: “good artist borrow, great artist steal.” Look at all the philosophers and artists in history. People are still trying to decipher their teachings and paintings. PVT Runners ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT AURA; that’s spiritualism. So it seems that some people pick and choose what they like from PVT but not as a whole. They leave out the spiritual part of it. And that’s fine. But to fully grasp PVT you must understand it as a whole, not what you choose to like about it.
Keep being who you are. Change is a choice for some. I will never try to change anyone. I will never attack nor talk down on someone for their choices they make towards PVT. As long as you’re not causing harm to PVT we are good. I’m too old for dealing with shit talkers. People like that will always exist, don’t acknowledge them. Life is too beautiful to think other wise. If you become aware of how powerful your thoughts really are, you would never think of anything negative again. Alrighty then. Ima stay in my hermitage and continue to observe and watch. Using the streets as my microscope and telescope! Haha! ✌️
Live like you’re already dead. Haunt the streets! – PVT Runner
Live like you don’t exist. Bless the streets. – Run The Monk
E’S Club Sports was a company that focused on speciality parts aimed at the Civic (AT & EF) as well as the AE86. They’re known for their muffler and coilovers: Eikoh! After the debut of the EG6, Eikoh! parts where no longer made. The company ended up becoming a car maintenance shop.
Imagine, the creator and members of E’S Club Sports probably never would have imaged their parts to pop off like it did. Little would they know that it would end up creating a sensation back then, and a feeling of nostalgia when reflected back on present day. You have OG Kanjozoku’s who opt for their parts and swear by them.
Though the company quit racing parts sales and racing activities about 20+ years ago I bet you they still own some tuner cars with Eikoh! parts on them. It’s good to hear that they’re still around and in business. Something we should keep in mind within ourselves. If you are passionate about something, stay in that mindset one way or another. Stay in the game yo! Be around the things you love and never give up on your dreams. ✌️