vectors3rd person singular present, plural of vec·tor
In figures of speech heard our whole lives through,
limits and cautions are stated not true.
These statements govern those passionate souls,
and dampen live currents of growth to be known.
Generations of humans curtailed at expansion
perpetuates dullness and loss feeds this stance on
and on for hundreds of years of this stunting
eventually pruning lead all to growth fronting
the leading edge wave of all that is coming
prepare for expanded growth in all your sectors
inside and outside yielding your epic vectors.