What it means to be Somebody.

The purpose of this blog is to reveal what we believe about everybody. What we mean when we say “Everybody’s Somebody” has to do with the value and worth of an individual despite the circumstances of a current or previous situation in his or her life. What we say may seem repetitive but it may be quite necessary to get the point across. We just feel so strongly in what we believe and hope to positively influence whomever this may concern.

To be somebody means to be important. It means to take up space in this world. It means to exist, and it means to matter. Everyone is entitled to life’s greatest experiences, rights, and benefits from those things which consist of:

  • Love (genuine affection from the environment around you)

  • Liberty (freedom to act liberally and to live without fear for righteousness or normal doings)

  • Respect (treated with love and care, not enforcing or inflicting, valued beyond measure)

  • Family (people who always accept you no matter the circumstance)

  • Relationships (deep ongoing connection with other people)

Whether you a doctor or a patient, a manager or an employee, a teacher or a student, rich or poor, young or old, ignorant or informed (whatever contrast you can think of), your life is no greater than anyone else’s life. We can’t think of ourselves as more than an individual neither can we view ourselves as less than an individual.

No matter what we accomplish in this life we can never become more important than our neighbors. All life is precious an invaluable. There is no price, there is no scale, and there is no thing to measure the values of a man’s life. God created us all to be equal.

Ultimately, our belief in the equal value of all human life is rooted in our faith in the supreme being we call God and his divine objective truth given unto us in a book we call “The Holy Bible”. God created us all and he gave us our own minds to freely choose what we want in life. He even offers salvation to all people which we can have if we ask him and if we choose to obey his word. Whether we pursue salvation or not, all people are still to be treated with dignity and respect.

Gen. 1:27, 1 Peter 2:17, Isaiah 40:6,7, 1 Thess. 3:12, 5:14,15, Acts 17:26, John 3:16.

There are a lot of things that can separate us and they rightfully do, but when it comes to the value and worth of an individual, there is no measure. We all are important. We all matter. We all are somebody.


By: Titus Duncan II

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
— Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence, 1776

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  • I could not be more prouder of my son. I love you so much and believe in you that you will accomplish all that you were put on this earth to do. Never give up son cause you got this!

    • Tamyra