Category Archives: Experiences

False Walls

False Walls are all around us. Those barriers, visible or invisible created to make you think that you can’t. Created to give the illusion of protection to those who’ve constructed them… When you realise that these walls are nothing, everything … Continue reading

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Mental Health

In African society or culture, actually, Africa in general mental health is something that is sadly disregarded as some imaginary concept. When most people here hear the words mental health they automatically think to those people in insane asylums (I … Continue reading

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Vortexes of the Internet

If you’re a frequent internet user then I’m sure there’s that site, maybe more than one; that whenever you visit it you forget yourself and spend hours just browsing through it…

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A Quiet Place : Thoughts and Review

ATTENTION! : If you have not watched this movie, stop now. This post contains SPOILERS and some unsettling images Anyone who knows me, is well aware that Horror is my most favourite movie genre. Recently, there haven’t been any horror … Continue reading

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The Human Being

I really don’t understand people. Someone will only look for you when one of two things happen: They want (not need) something from you Something unfavourable happens in their life and they think you had a part to play This … Continue reading

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Learning A New Language

Something that puts off a lot of people. The thought of learning a new set of grammar rules, vocabulary and all the other nuances that come with that language. Foreign languages fascinate me, the thrill of learning how to communicate … Continue reading

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Return To My Roots

My grandparents had six children, five boys and a girl; my aunt and uncles. I am named after my dad who was named after my grandad. Apparently in tradition that makes me grandma’s husband, don’t ask me how, I don’t … Continue reading

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