We all dread death. My husband recently said something to me. On a normal day I wouldn’t know how to react but after the year we have had as a family I totally understand why he said it. He said tell your family where you want to be buried while you are alive so everyone… Read More The Death Talk – A Guide
It seems the word legacy has recently become my most used word. It is is the first word my keyboard suggests when I want to type. Being a parent does that to you, you don’t just think about the foreseeable future but for your grandkids too. I was not going to post this week, I… Read More Read this blog post if…you wonder about your legacy.
By (Lesotho) I know you are probably wondering why a 21-year-old is thinking of death especially since talking about death to Africans is what blasphemy is to Christians. Thoughts of what I wanted after my demise began plaguing me from a young age because I knew for a fact that I did not want to… Read More I Am African But…Burn Me When I Am Dead!
These numbers have names They always have Since time immemorial In English, Shona or Swahili They were named These numbers have names They always have They maybe statistics, graphs and percentages With commas i.e decimal points But they have names These numbers have names They always have Their names aren’t Tom, Dick and Harry But… Read More Numbers Have Names
Everything dies, but memories are forever.- A poem… Read More Everything Dies Sometime