Harlem Protest – A Reflection 

​​​​​​The following is my random thought, sort of like a diary entry, or perhaps just a rant — so be forewarned, ladies and gentlemen. Last night was one of those rare moments that allow you to publicly give your middle finger to the law enforcement, assuming you live in a country where your constitutional rights to a peaceful protest are respected. Hearing people say “fuck … Continue reading Harlem Protest – A Reflection 

የቡድሃ መንፈስ

ከመወለዴ በፊት ማን ነበርኩኝ? ከተወለድኩስ በኋላ ማን ነኝ? ብለህ ራስህን ጠይቅ፤ ብለሽ ራስሽን ጠይቂ። ራስህን አክብር፤ ራስሽን አክብሪ፤ ያኔ ሁሉም ሰው ያከብርሃል፣ ያከብርሻል። ራስህን ተረዳ፤ ራስሽን ተረጂ፤ ያኔ ሁሉም ሰው ይረዳሻል፣ ይረዳሃል። በዙርያህ፣ በዙርያሽ መስታወቶች አሉ፦ ራስህን ለማየትና ለመረዳት ትጉህ ሁን፤ ራስሽን ለማየትና ለመረዳት ትጉህ ሁኚ። ጥሩ ልብ ይኑርህ፤ ጥሩ ልብ ይኑርሽ፤ መጥፎን ነገር ማድረግ አቁም፤ መጥፎን ነገር ማድረግ አቁሚ። ሌሌችን ለመርዳት የሚቻልህን ሁሉ አድርግ፤ … Continue reading የቡድሃ መንፈስ


Thousands of protestors chanted “#blacklivesmatter” in front of One Police Plaza, New York Police Department’s headquarters, just before concluding the #MillionsMarchNYC campaign that commenced at 2 PM on Saturday, December 13, 2014. Two Africana women (@Twitter: @UmaaraIynaas & @TheSynead) have been credited as organizers of this powerful, peaceful and successful march that brought together people of diverse economic, ethnic, racial and political backgrounds to oppose … Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter

Cheers, To Life

“This life is what you make it. No matter what, you’re going to mess up sometimes… …Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don’t, then who will? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” ~Marilyn Monroe “Life is like … Continue reading Cheers, To Life