Post: "How to Start a Movement"
Lyrics: Understand this before you make a comment/ Because there's always a meaning in a Heavy D statement/ In this life I strive for improvement/ Be your own guide follow your own movement"
No one's going to believe in you or your dream as much as you do. Waiting for other people to validate your wants and needs is ridiculous. Using cancer survivor Jim Gilliam as an example of someone who created movements based on unnerving beliefs, Horowitz makes it clear that when you want to do something, you should, as the late great Heavy D said, "be your own guide follow your own movement."