When God cooks, you don’t see smoke. (“Kuteka Lesa ke kumweka bwishi ne.”) ~African Proverb Zambia Aya ✌🏾
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When you are sitting in your own house, you don’t learn anything. You must get out of your house to learn. ~Ghanaian proverb Aya ✌🏾
To try and to fail is not laziness. ~African Proverb (Unknown African source) Aya ✌🏾
This is a Reblog!!
Really interesting article grasping the Brexit and the election of Trump in USA. I wanted to write an article about both subjects, but this piece is saying what I wanted to say.
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Brexit and the Trump election were certainly about class – but not so much about the alienation of the working classes as the prerogative of the middle classes and the wealthy.
I am sat on the train, across from six suited, young, white, English-sounding men – the kind that I walk quickly past, or try not to eavesdrop on, lest I overhear something that will spoil my balance of mind. The kind who travel to Europe for ‘mini-breaks’. And for whom casual racism and sexism is a matter of course. The kind of people whose spaces I’d be cautious, if not loathe, to enter.
It is the Saturday after the referendum – they are on their way to a party, I presume. I am trying to distract myself, but I can’t help overhear a blithe reference to the vote, and some kind of pro-EU statement. ‘This is…
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