Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Not simple, the complexity of Africa.

Africa is too big. I wish people using and throwing proverbs from the hundreds and hundreds of tribes in Africa would learn which tribes the wisdom comes from. I know many West African tribes along the Atlantic coast are traditional. Their elders have deep knowledge and their knowing is both sharp and probing when they speak. The Elders speak with proverbs. Of course, many of those languages are tonal languages with layers to their meanings of words, sentence construct, and a word's ability to plunge into Nature and the nature of mankind. These are languages unlike English. They are not one-dimensional good primarily for business and the formation of structures without the deep language of land, of the Earth, our Mother! - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories Jan. 17, 2017

Hamer man in Ethiopia.

hair style of a Black American woman.

Hausa architecture in Zinder, Niger. West Africa..

Father & son - 'I salute you. We love you. We need you. You are the foundation. You complete the trinity. Thank you for the Love. Life and Balance you bring.' by Maat Petrova

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