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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

  • african science fiction

    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

  • african poem

    G O L D

    The sun will never set on the children of Africa. By Eileen Gbagbo The sun rises on the children of Africa She winks down at her first borns Those whose earth coloured palettes glow at her

  • 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