k.sankofa wrote:i tried it, sang hu; it didn't work!
k.sankofa wrote:oh quophi, eckankar nyame no answer prayers ooo just being open-minded and giving it a try. perhaps what i desire is out of eck nyame's scope . . . and please don't go philosophical on my a$$. if you type one of your thesis i ain't gonna read
koobi aware3 any day!!
@ 'lypso, massa me p3 me de3 ntem, no time for initiation you dig
waa hw3quophi aletse wrote:k.sankofa wrote:i tried it, sang hu; it didn't work!
sing wat ur heart calls u to sing sankofa ....
what is ur heart calling u to sing now?? tuabodom by praye or koobi aware3 by AYONKO ASIWA GROUP??
yes, its in a different topic. I used that image because that was the face he came to the world with before beliefs, opinions and diseases took over that body. Just like children we come to the world innocent of all the nonsense beliefs but soon, people get to us, give us things to believe in and we lose ourselves.OPIAMENSA wrote:Q' lypse wrote:ehi Opia, na asem ben koraa ni
Odo y3 wu . 3y3 religion.
woannhw3 ne yie a wonnhu no yie.
btw did you post the picture a black-faced Michael Jackson on another thread on this forum. Maybe it is on this very thread.
That image is is close to the Michael image (minus the pointy nose) I prefer
very good point and i live by this.OPIAMENSA wrote: If I am able to give someone an aha moment that is just fine with me. I do not need 'hoi polloi' 'followers', 'admirers' etc. etc.
the whole name thing is the biggest symbol of how Africans are lost, and mentally chained. I remember I was watching one documentary which was set in a deep forest of Uganda or some African country. Even in the deep forest, far from civilization, the villagers have European names . Ehi!! we r finishedOPIAMENSA wrote:Let me share a personal story. My adult children and I recently visited a friend from my high school days. After name introductions, he asked me if my children have 'English' names. I quickly replied, “I will tell you their 'English' names if you can you show me an 'English' man who has given his children African names.” He did not seem happy with my response, however he called me a few days later and confessed that he had not thought through this whole English name thing.
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