“Dare Mighty Things”

Theodore Roosevelt“It is not the critic who counts; nor the one who points out how the strong person stumbled, or where the doer of a deed could have done better.

The credit belongs to the person who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; who does actually strive to do deeds; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotion, spends oneself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement; and who at worst, if he or she fails, at least fails while daring greatly.

Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those timid spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.”   ~    Theodore Roosevelt 26th President of the U.S. and winner of 1906 Nobel Peace Prize

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Ebony Dayspring Glowing

Ebony Dayspring Glowing

Ebony Dayspring Glowing

Precious treasure in Blue, the sea Precious treasure in you, I see…… Ebony glowing Skin touched by first light, beautiful summer morning Her smiling Dayspring, dawning God’s grace you posess An image of what I would imagine an angle’s face What did I do to deserve this much peace A small piece of heavenly peace Beautiful panaromic sun setting, drowning in a lake, the view So organically beautiful it reminds me of you Breathtaking such pleasure to view Fortunate, a pleasure for a select few Running, panting, gasping for you Precious in natural Precious treasure in ebony, the Hue Precious treasure is you

Poetry By : Takwana Nhamo

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Image Editor: Takwana Nhamo

Be inspired to celebrate women, not just today but everyday.

Happy Women’s Day

The tree with a bird’s Soul 

Taking a walk in the woods once I came across this tree. There was something about that tree. It stood like any other tree but there was a unique aura about it. 

As I stood next to it in awe it whispered these words to me,

“Don’t allow yourself to be low, Offload all that weight on your soul,

Soar

Unshackle your spirit 

Take flight 

Gain height”………. The tree with a bird’s soul. I will never forget that tree. 

“The Album About Nothing”

Wale’s fourth album, The Album About Nothing is due to drop March 31st. After having his third album “The Gifted” debut at number 1, Wale’s follow up is highly anticipated by many, me included. The album features guest appearances from J.Cole, Jeremih, Usher and Sza.

Below is the album tracklist and the second released album cover:

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Wale #TheAlbumAboutNothing

1. “The Intro About Nothing”
2. “The Helium Balloon”
3. “The White Shoes”
4. “The Pessimist” (Feat. J. Cole)
5. “The Middle Finger”
6. “The One Time In Houston”
7. “Girls On Drugs”
8. “The God Smile”
9. “The Need To Know” (Feat. SZA)
10. “The Success”
11. “The Glass Egg”
12. “The Bloom (AG3)”
13. “The Matrimony” (Feat. Usher)
14. “The Body” (Feat. Jeremih)

J.Cole, a rapper closely linked to Wale set the bar very high with his “2014 Forest Hills Drive” album, Wale will have to bring his A game if he is to remain on the list of Hip Hop Saviours like J.Cole. We will find out soon, March 31st, The Album About Nothing hits the shelves.

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I call it Poetry

“Some express an emotion, visually through paint and brush on a canvas, Painting. Some carve out a feeling on a piece of rock, assign character and breathe life into it, Sculpture. Some strum strings, massage keys humming a melody of pain, loneliness, inspiration, hope, joy and love, Music. Some capture a flash fleeting moment along with all the feelings and emotions evoked at a particular moment in time, pause it and store it forever, Photography. I do all of the above in words and call it Poetry.” ~ Takwana Nhamo

I call it Poetry

I call it Poetry