1. The Spell Of Showing Up

    2023-05-18 18:34:20 UTC
    Photo by Jessica Lewis It’s been a minute since we published on here, but here we are, ready as ever to go on and on about anything and everything for those who will read.  ————————————— The spell of showing up to do the work, is what this post is about.…

  2. We Do Not Mourn All The Dead

    2023-03-12 11:55:31 UTC
    in response to a question on how our people traditionally view suicide, here’s my response - a report from my observations so far. —————————————————————————————- Within the boundaries of my culture, suicide is considered an abomination (alụ). To take a life which one did not give themself is considered a distasteful…

  3. What Do You Think Of Head Coverings?

    2023-02-08 20:25:13 UTC
    The Obi of Awkuzu December 1960 by Richard & Helen Henderson Okao Aiwerioghene, Benin City, 1991 by Phyllis Galembo Servitor Homel Dorival, standing in a sacred space, poses with a ceremonial cupused in rituals, Soukri, Haiti, 1995 by Phyllis Galembo “Age-grade” (Ogbo) 02-16ogbo-douglas-royals-360x230 By Richard & Helen Henderson Oungan Silva…


    2023-02-04 20:49:07 UTC
    Last year (2022) we promised a listicle series centered around music themes. so i’ve decided to kick it off with a list of ten of my fave WATA (as in water) songs by different artists. These are my top ten WATA themed songs, in no particular order;  1.River, song

  5. Letter To My Grandmother (iii)

    2023-01-29 02:41:39 UTC
    Photo by Debby Hudson Nne’m, This is the third and i believe final (public) letter i’m writing to you. You know me. You know I wouldn’t let it go till it got to three times, the third and amen, a number that makes sense to my idiotic need for repetition.…

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