According to my grandfather, "it doesn't make much sense differentiating between mother and baby snakes". Why? Because, a snake is a snake, and none of them shows mercy. In other words, evil is evil and must not be tolerated in any way or form. In Africa, "one does not follow the footprints in the water". Why? Because, "a log thrown into the water does not become a crocodile". Also, "too much
Religion is the most popular business in Africa today. Because it is "written" the devil or Lucifer is the root of all evil, we blame the devil for almost all our problems. We blame someone or something we cannot even see with our eyes as the cause of all our problems. Is that wisdom? I don't think the devil is the root of all illiteracy and stupidity and I think sometimes we just
My great grandfather loved to draw lines in the sand and he drew several lines in the sand before he joined his ancestors. My grandfather loves to draw lines in the sand especially when the sun goes down. My grandfather enjoys sitting quietly under the mango tree (sometimes with his best friend but mostly alone) and draws several lines in the sand anytime he takes his seat under the mango
According to my grandfather, we don't have the right to do all things as some people claim. We only have the right to do all good things. The question however is, what are good things and how do we know for sure those things are good? The answer lies within us all. We don't need any holy book to teach us and we don't need any messenger to tell us what to do.
We all know the answer because our
Whenever extreme religious beliefs and common sense crash, the weak and the innocent often suffer for no good reasons at all. Whenever Religion and the State crash, the innocent citizens including tiny little babies suffer the most. In a land where the stupid reigns supreme, there can never be peace and in a land where the pedophile makes the laws, no child can be guaranteed safety. No girl child