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Music, Proverbs & Sankofa

by Shila Iris

As my life transitions into endless days of learning the meaning of truth, justice, balance, order, compassion, harmony, and reciprocity, the weekend lines have disappeared and everyday is just as beautiful and wonderful as the one before. There are no days that I dislike. I am grateful for each and every moment that I am alive. No day will be wasted. No complaints.

  • Set the tone of your day with an AFRIKAN PROVERB:  Proverbs are an integral part of Afrikan culture. Passed on from generation to generation for centuries, they are still in wide use today and are very much part of everyday speech.

“A millipede will not limp because of one missing leg.”
-a Somali proverb by Abdishukri Mohamed of Wajir, Kenya

  • Consecrate your day as DIVINE with SANKOFA:  Sankofa is a word in the Akan language of Ghana that translates as “reach back and get it”…

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