February is running fast. Just thought the other day about preparing for my post about the 9th, a day of life-changing revolution that took place last year in the University of Botswana. And bamm! It’s the 9th today, I’m barely prepared and #BreaktheCycle by MarriedandYoung.com challenge has turned me inside out. Breaking the cycle is hard..Joh. I... Continue Reading →
Can the spirit of a mortal Live beyond the reach of trouble? Knowing not a painful struggle, Ever joyful in the Lord? -D.S. Warner (1893) Joy is not the absence of pain or trails; but the peace and security that shines through our small smiles as the storm rages over and around us. "I pray... Continue Reading →
Whoop whoop! The month of February is upon us! Without a doubt this month proves special from the rest, apart from the tons of love being supposedly shared in this month (cue the surprise engagements and Valentine's Day) there's also quite a few awesome things to consider about this month. I couldn't help but notice.... Continue Reading →
Just yesterday, I walked home in the slowest steps I have ever taken since leaving my primary school days when too much play would leave me exhausted. Every one of them seemed heavier than the last, and I imagined my feet tied to the waters of the ocean, and I was struggling through the current... Continue Reading →
Heritage, heritage, heritage. The Zhu People of the San. The Mbukushu people. Human settlement spanning millennia. Beautiful rock art. Summits and depressions. The Stone Age, almost sliding off slippery cliffs, miles away from civilization. And most important; excruciating Kalahari heat.
I considered calling it quits at Gumare but Tsodilo was just on the other side of Xushinka Lagoon. But there I was. Little did I know there was a whole new world waiting for me on the hilly terrain which once cradled the first of humankind.
When we saw it coming: Just last week, Haiti and Africa were derogated in speech by being equated to an aperture of excrement.
1. Kindness is reciprocative. Like many other things in life, kindness has a bouncing-back effect. I have been struggling with my finances every day as a student with minimal extra funds to spare, but always have a P2.00 somewhere on me to give to someone who is asking in honest sincerity. Sometimes, most times, with... Continue Reading →