Tag: zambia

  • Peter’s Quote of The Day

    Peter’s Quote of The Day

    Giant Anthill Ndola, Zambia – Picture credit: Anthill J Nestor, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons I think of the ant, a small creature that builds a nest as large as a little hill, how? I question. One mouthful at a time, I’m told. What am I waiting for? I love each new day; the advantage of […]

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  • Mother Africa

    I read this article on FaceBook Dec 13-20“WHAT AN AMAZING PIECE DESCRIBING SA. Despite being grateful to be in a country where there is basic safety for all, ohhhh the magic of Africa runs deep……. May my birth mother survive what is being done unto her, by those who do not know her value and […]

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  • My African Safari

    How interesting is it that deep within all of us, there is a yearning for seeking the wilds; the wild outdoors where we sense connection with creation. For those who are raised in the cities, the fast moving people, even faster moving traffic, sounds of the human, of machinery, it is a life that only […]

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  • Sylvia Rose’s Story – Chapter Ten

    Sylvia Rose’s Story – Chapter Ten

    Sylvia Rose’s Story is a series, published monthly. Why not start at Chapter One? Things My Mother Taught Me I am going to try and give you some insight into this amazing woman and the deep impact she has had on my life. I feel privileged to call her my Mom. Although we live in […]

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  • Tot Facienda Parum Factum

    Tot Facienda Parum Factum

    Tot Facienda Parum Factum “So much to do, so little done” Last words uttered by Cecil John Rhodes, British businessman, mining magnate and founder of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe and Zambia) on his deathbed. This was the motto of my high school and whenever I remember these words, I recall my teachers, trying vainly to drum […]

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  • Tot Facienda Parum Factum

    Tot Facienda Parum Factum

    Tot Facienda Parum Factum “So much to do, so little done” Last words uttered by Cecil John Rhodes, British businessman, mining magnate and founder of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe and Zambia) on his deathbed. This was the motto of my high school and whenever I remember these words, I recall my teachers, trying vainly to drum […]

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