Hope you enjoy the first issue of the Aliv3 magazine.
No man is an island, so they said. An Island can make man, I tried to reply. We choose to become part of a team, because it represents something we … Continue Reading The “I” in team (stories for when we get successful)
I wish it could rain, so it can cover my tears. I wish it could rain, so it can rinse my face. This heat exposes my freckles and my cracked … Continue Reading Sober Alcoholics: (Only teary when in the Rain)
I’m having trouble separating the fairy dust from the dirt The storm from the rain The rain from the flowers I’m having a hard time trying to forgive and get … Continue Reading I’m having trouble separating the fairy dust from the dirt
They say actions speak louder than words, I beg to differ, words are powerful in a number of reasons and can have a positive and a negative impact on someone’s … Continue Reading How are you? (The power of words)
There’s always different kinds of people. There’s seat holders, and there’s path finders. To keep the tradition and never deviate from what has always been done, seat holders are best … Continue Reading Seats and Paths
Deciding to move to the beat of you own drum.
A message which presents forgiveness as a gift of renewal to the forgiven and the forgiver.
Read the article below for the context of the interview or click here to go listen straight to the podcast. Human beings in South Africa, know Nelson Mandela as the … Continue Reading On Call to Human Navigation
Capes and masks have become synonymous with the heroes we see today. Partly that is the same in real life, because we never pay attention to our own heroes. Not … Continue Reading Sober Alcoholics: (Heroes are…)
In a world where no one seems safe anymore. We find that families, through the divinity that is culture and religion, are still conditioned to pass marriage down as a standard requirement. Even if this safety we hope to find in our homes seems to be compromised the most in our sacred spaces.
A single-parent home is no more broken than a full family unit where abuse is the order of the day – physical or otherwise.
Why am I only offered shelter at the sight of a burning house? What if I told you that I already know what a home on fire looks like? – The thoughts that linger well above the noise, of spectators, when partners start to feel the need to get out
You have a fan.
A wise man once said nothing.
My mom used to say “ungavuyisi iintshaba mntwan’am” (do not make enemies happy my child), every time I messed up. She would say similar stuff even when she pushes us … Continue Reading Succeed more to inspire: (stories for when we get successful)
Where I come from, when you are pissed off, but you do not wish to use your energy towards what pissed you off, you’d say “ayinamsebenzi’ and move on. Direct … Continue Reading Sober Alcoholics: (Unemployed)