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A true Southern African beauty! She was born in Zimbabwe, where she spent her early years prior to moving to the UK in her teens. The amalgamation of the two countries, their social environments and cultures, have played a massive part in shaping the now 22 year old young woman, iNtombi. Intelligent, open-minded, independent, opinionated, and truly gifted. She’s a daughter, a sister, a soul, an...
Elizabeth Gilbert on Nurturing Creativity “We writers, we kind of do have that reputation, and not just writers, but creative people across all genres, it seems, have this reputation for being enormously mentally unstable. And all you have to do is look at the very grim death count in the 20th century alone, of really magnificent creative minds who died young and often at their own hands, you...
Try to live your life in a way that you will not regret years of useless virtue...– Maya Angelou, Master Class
But an accurate definition of the self is impossible. You are more than you...– George Lawrence-Ell (The Invisible Clock)
blackfashion: “I’m really scared for my generation, you know. The thing that scares me most is Tumblr. I hate what Tumblr has become. Because it like, it reminds me of those clique-y girls in high school that used to make fun of everyone else and define what was cool, but in five years, when you all graduate, that shit doesn’t matter. No one gives a fuck about that shit. Instead of kids going...
I am ... A Child Of The S(u)(o)N
I am the Sea, the crashing waves that wash away the sand on my hands. The sand that I am. I am the sand, that makes mud for the clay that I mould and which moulds me to be the craft that I am from the dust which I came. I am the Sunshine, the glow of my skin I am akin to the Son, I am the Sun, Chiedza, Light of the Son.