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  • Psalm 91.

    Psalm 91.

    Psalm 91 (KJV). 1 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2 I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress:

  • proverbs 18

    Proverbs 18.

    Proverbs 18 (NIV). 1 An unfriendly person pursues selfish ends    and against all sound judgment starts quarrels. 2 Fools find no pleasure in

  • African engineering

    Levi™

    The following text and audio embed are translations from the original Kirundi presentation by Mumbi. Enjoy! Introduction. Thank you very much for that warm welcome. And thank you to Yao

  • rocket launch marking a key moment in human history.

    Stratospheric.

    This ≈ 4,000 word blog post has been narrated below, complete with impeccably produced music. Click the play button to listen. 1. The 'S' in A.R.T.I.S.T. is for Strategic. "With each

  • dear black man

    Dear Black Man,

    A letter of love to my fellow Africans. Written and performed by Femi M. Nassi. Dear Black Man, They say this world is yours. That as long as you are a man, this world will do you

  • Protected: GOD.

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  • Dangerous.

    Lyrics First Verse. Shout out to all the movers and the shakers. The ground breakers. Everybody else a hater. You get annihilated. Wait till all my troublemakers show up. Pull up. Rule

  • Library

    The Grand Library.

    Click play to listen to the full story that brought about The Grand Library! A Monument. By now you have probably seen my recent short story called Cairo To Cape Town. If you haven't, I think you

  • Cairo To Cape Town

    Cairo To Cape Town.

    Click play to listen to the full story! 1. Introduction: An African Journey. LEVITATION™  Hello everyone! Welcome to our headquarters in the beautiful and extremely sunny,

  • poem about politics

    Second

    Introduction If someone was to write a poem about politics: one that fully captured the current global political climate, what would it sound like? What would it feel like? What words would

  • a shape poem

    I & I.

    Introduction: A Shape Poem I went for a walk today after church. The sun was out and the cold was a bit shy. Then the word 'great' and 'beautiful' came to mind. I immediately take my phone to

  • A Billion Years of Leadership.

    Introduction: Tyrants & Dictators. Moulded with the finest of political discord. Forged under the heat of the intensifying commentary. A new generation of leaders, tyrants and