One of the books that have played a pivotal role in my psychological development is Ghost In The Machine by Arthur Koestler. This is a prodigious writer whose name and titles I had encountered in mostly second hand bookshelfs since my younger days in Durban as well as Cape Town and Joburg. The titles ofContinue reading “Of Triggers, Randomness and Well Laid Plans”
“The Oromo are not fetishists. They believe in Waaqa toko, unique universal creator and master. They see His manifestations in the great forces of nature, without mistaking them for Him. The Oromo abhor idolatory. Even more, they have not raised any temple to Waaqa, nor to awulia; they repudiate all anthropomorphic representation of the Divinity.Continue reading “Toward a full review the book: The Oromo An Ancient People Great African Nation”
This conversation between two of the most authentic Black artists is so powerful, so instructive, so wise.
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‘it means exploitation …jazz to me is not our music …jazz is a four letter word …its not either or …this and that …and this and that …”
“But there is no one left to turn on the stars …” PodCastle 549: Fixer, Worker, Singer
It takes a village to raise a child. This Afrikan adage is swiftly losing its meaning as it becomes abundantly clear that modernity insists on families raising children individually and with not much effort placed on communal ties. This book comes in at a great time as we are raising three boys in an environmentContinue reading “Sacred Man : A Book focussing on raising great Black men.”