Adopting a child especially from a third world country (like the poor countries in sub-Saharan Africa) and giving that child a good place to call a home, good education, and a better future, is one of the greatest gifts you can ever give. However, not everyone can adopt and not everyone should adopt.
If you feel physically, emotionally and psychologically sound to adopt a child, then go
Everybody is an African and I mean that literally. Yes everybody has some “Africa” in them. Africa is the motherland and the ancestral home of every living man. To some of the numerous people of African descent living around the world, Africa is more than just a "motherland". Africa is "home" and home is where the heart is. Many are beginning to see our beloved continent for what it truly is. The
Adopting a child, especially from a poor third world country, and giving that child hope, love and a better life, is one of the greatest gifts you can ever give. However, not everyone can adopt. In fact, not everyone should adopt. Meanwhile, if you have what it takes, both physically and psychologically, then why not?
East African countries such as Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and
When the great gods of the Yangtze and the Mekong are joyfully tearing through dog meat, the entire world keeps silent. Also, when the elite and curvy gods and goddesses along the great Mississippi are busy swallowing tons of pork chops, the whole world sees and says nothing. However, when the old but gentle gods of the mighty tree of ancient origin touch pieces of chicken, the entire universe
Wisdom knows no age and wisdom knows no color. Wisdom knows no gender and wisdom knows no nationality. Wisdom knows no religion and wisdom knows no culture. Wisdom has no beginning and wisdom has no end. No wise man is racist and No wise man is ethnocentric. No wise man fights his mother and no wise man oppresses his brother. No wise man kills his father and no wise man butchers his sister. A
My uncle takes away food straight from the mouths of hungry lions and he does so with neither gun nor spear but with courage, great determination, and wisdom. He is an expert in what he does. Not because he is wiser than the older ones surrounding him but because he is good and knows better what he does best.
Taking a kill away from the mouth of a male African lion is just like pointing a