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A funny coincidence I saw there, was a plaque with a definition of wisdom, which reminded my of my article, Wisdom, what is really is?
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The plaque said the following:. Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding. Exalt her and she shall promote thee. She shall bring thee the honour when thou dost embrace her. She shall give to thine head and an ornament of grace. A crown of glory shall she deliver to thee.
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I found the definition even more interesting as it was written in old english and it seems to belong to King James , as every search on the internet leads to him, although I have the impression that the origins lie into the Bible. If you have some information with regards to this proverb, please enlight me. You can get there by underground, the nearest stations being High Street Kensington three minutes walk , Notting Hill Gate eleven minutes walk and Holland Park thirteen minutes walk. Monday: 9. Indeed, this knack for being where the action remained with him until the end.
Born in , Paul was one of six siblings, born to parents who had moved to Britain from Jamaica. Complications at home would see Paul spend much of his childhood in care being moved around care homes and foster families across England.
As a student, Paul did well enough at his studies to pass the eleven plus exam and gain a place at a grammar school. However, it was at sports that he would excel with his ability at football such that he was on the books with a variety of London football clubs during his youth. While physical activity would remain a passion throughout his life, it would take a second place to his first love, music. Starting as a pop fan, by his teenage years, Paul favoured the reggae and American soul and funk records that he heard and brought himself to the youth clubs of the early seventies.
When he was old enough to start going to clubs, it was as a dancer rather than a DJ that Paul would initially make his mark. As cutting edge in its fashions as it was with its music, the Crackers dance floor would pioneer many of the looks later associated with punk, and its alumni would go on to dominate the London club, music and fashion industries over the following decade.
At a time when the category of young black British DJ barely existed this was a significant development.
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A genie was out of its bottle, and a generation of young black Londoners took note. Bringing the streetwise swagger and showmanship of the dancefloor to the DJ booth, Paul would think nothing of jumping from behind the decks to take to the dance floor while the record he selected played. Naturally vain and fastidious about his appearance, in general, Paul realised instinctively that the way he presented himself was also part of what he could offer.
In his early years choosing cut down t-shirts and vests that emphasised his athletic physique. This early form of self-branding never left him, and in his last decade, he cultivated a new look with colourful suits and hats making him immediately recognisable. However, it was at another George Power venture that Paul would make his mark and cement his place in London clubland folklore. Paul had already dabbled with mixing and was quick to rise to the challenge.
With a natural gift for any physical activity, Paul approached mixing with the same confidence and single-mindedness he did football and dancing before it. There were skills to be learnt, practice to done and finally a performance to be given.
His mastery of this new skill and his eclectic electro sets electrified the crowd at Electric Ballroom and gave a distinctly British edge to this new American style. Paul was a hometown hero and role model. It is no exaggeration to say his nights at the Electric Ballroom launched a thousand DJ careers with.
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Paul convinced his Uncle to let him transform his reggae sound system and chose the name Trouble Funk after his favourite Washington Go-Go band. A new dimension was added to his career when he was asked to join a new pirate radio station Kiss FM which sought to capitalise on this varied and growing dance scene. This style that had evolved and lived on in the production of revered New York producers like Leroy Burgess and Patrick Adams. As a dancer, Paul had been an original boogie boy, and over the years this was perhaps the music closest to his heart.
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