I give thanks for yesterday, today and tomorrow…..
give thanks for all the love and resources shared not only here in
[dis’ (almost) world wide matrix of the] internet, but in ‘real’ time,
with rebuilding sustainable villages in diverse communities and spaces.
Bless my family, friends, and enemies, and I pray not to have enemies… Bless all our living relatives…
I give thanks for the positive resistance, transformation, and renewal in 2010, and the exciting (not-so) new possibilities of 2011…
Nashukuru Mama Afreeka na dunia, nashukuru orisha…..
[I give thanks for the guidance of our ancestors, give thanks to the orishas… ]
Bless the motherless and fatherless, bless those sick in hospital, Bless those who spread positivity in abundance… Bless our youth, elders, en those who are yet to come, and I pray that we continue to come into our right destinies. I pray for forgiveness…for health, long life, happiness and prosperity not only for myself, but others….. Bless dis earth o…..ase, ase……. ]
As years of (pan) Afreekan renaissance go, werd on the ground, and the love spreading in abundance are clear signs that big tings’ been going on in the past years, en the fiya dis time is in our quest to share resources with folks we love, respekt and admire so, for our cherished collectives….these are the contexts and storyboards of the q_t werd….
(Is) Kenya’s new port the end of lamu’s cultural heritage? http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/69659
Indigenus encounters diaspora hadithi
Of living legends
Na nia yetu