International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia

This day is one for those who are different, those who know how it feels to be tormented, made fun of and pity themselves. Stigma, discrimination, tolerance and hate speech have no space for empathy or love.     These men lead struggles that defined the way everyone looks and engages with each other. This…

Daily Inspiration

Originally posted on Dumiso Gatsha:
? I was privileged to sit down and watch a series of presentations from young scholars at the University of Botswana. These young people had indicated that they’re in their final year at varsity when I asked them to help in providing counselling to their peers. When I posed the…

Happy Monday

The light has come – the prospect of a happy day is new. Take the chance to be true to yourself & enjoy you the only way you know how to. Envision the end of the day as if you have lived it and look back at the worthiness of your efforts and time. Live…

Remember…

Remember that there are always some good days and some bad, although we tend to remember the bad a lot more, inclusive of the feelings we experience, there is always a greater picture in the works. All you need is a little faith, patience and some grace to let God do his work. I may…

My Own Words…

Its quite important to always remember your virtues, how you as an individual conduct and carry yourself in the world.   I see myself as someone that can manage, adopt and flex my abilities in any given situation. We are all different and entitled to be anything in any form, shape, disguise and projection that…

Words of a Wise Man

One of the pioneers of old school hip hop, making sure his voice can be heard – a leader that knows how much influence and credibility they have on sociocultural (specifically African American in this case) issues.

Footprints in the Sand

  This is a lovely poem that brings about an ‘aha’ moment. When you look back and reflect at your most trying times, Its amazing to see how far you’ve come/survived. A Lovely Read: