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Perspectives of a Woke Afro-European Artist

Today’s Thought:

Most people write me off when they see me. They do not know my story. They say I am just an African. They judge me before they get to know me. What they do not know is The pride I... Continue Reading →


Today’s Thought:

Don’t set sail on someone else’s star. ~African Proverb

Stupid Writing Rules: 12 Dumb Things New Writers Tell Each Other — Colleen Chesebro ~ Fairy Whisperer

  This is a Re-blog! Very interesting piece about writing. Especially when you are struggling to start your book because you have all of those 'DO NOT' flying from everywhere left and right. This is an excellent article on bad... Continue Reading →

Songe Boréal:

Voici l'aube flamboyante Les vapeurs matinales Le ciel violet. Voici les nuages bas Les feuilles rougeoyant Sous les rayons humides d'un soleil naissant Les chants trop aigues des oiseaux Et la ville qui s'éteint pour Mieux briller dans la lumière... Continue Reading →

Today’s Thought:

I believe that at some point in your journey, you must stop in your path and think about the road you are on. Do you find it too confusing? Does it seem like you are not moving forward? Does it... Continue Reading →

Today’s Thought:

Rain does not fall on one roof alone. - African Proverb ~Cameroon ✌🏾

In My Mind Today:

Going all over the place. Too many thoughts! Overwhelmed and weary of the world. Aya ✌🏾

Today’s Thought:

When suffering knocks on your door and you say there is no seat for him, he tells you not to worry because he has brought his own stool. ~Chinua Achebe ✌🏾

Today’s Thought:

Where you will sit when you are old shows where you stood in youth. ~Yoruba proverb ✌🏾

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