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 →
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.
Life couldn't have had it any other way than the way it is right now. The last days of college are packed with questions and embers of hope, that the next chapter of Life will be kind enough to let every graduate pass, get a ticket to an amazing freelance job and of course... Continue Reading →
“The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out” (Proverbs 20:5). We exist for a greater purpose. A purpose we can't measure with rightness or wrongness. That which must be achieved will be achieved. It is beyond me to try to control or dissuade that which is... Continue Reading →
Joining the world of academia has hurled many complications into my simple life. As an aspiring future Criminologist and other stuff God has for me in the pipeline, I am often confronted with the disturbances of ‘professional’ life. Over-thinking is the norm; time wasted while looking into nothingness and thinking about what this life is... Continue Reading →