Tag: Bimri

30
Jan

Ethics of ambiguity

At first I found the reading tasteless, for it lacked passion. I tend to enjoy passionate works; but what Simone sacrificed for passion, she fulfilled by integration of logically consistent convictions! To that, I salute! The feminine beauty of her thought processes is well develop in this treatise. I call it so, because I have […]

6
Jan

Beings whom time couldn’t touch

I looked in the mirror today: took a few selfies: titled “Is it me or I don’t seem to age” I felt cocky typing that as a post on FB: Such a prick! I have met friends from half a decade ago who tell me my looks haven’t gotten altered a day! My mind on […]

6
Jan

An Orchestra of Minorities

I embarked reading this title after months of beginning it & laying it on read later. I had gotten my copy way earlier after it got released to the world. Timing is crucial with how I choose to read books. After finishing “Land of Fetish,” a ghastly racist recount of Western African escapades… I needed […]

12
Oct

Startup Bill, 2020

I read the bill and had a few comments/critics/recommendations to make on it. It is an impressive document that I believe will have a great impact ahead. My number one major critic is the allocation of “too much power” around or within incubators. Of all trillion dollar valuation companies in the world: none went through […]

11
Oct

Time

“Kitu sina ni time na dayz zinafly Sieze afford kumark-time mimi” – Nyashinski. Days before today; I knew once I got my calling; in essence my purpose… I knew time would seize to exit on my timeline of the pursuit to greatness. There are many moments these days I wish I could get longer seconds; […]

26
Feb

HACKERS & PAINTERS

Such a nourishment! A bliss to the mind & a delight to the hacker’s spirit! A summation of will, for a coder! That mortal being that fancies the eclectic pious lines of code to change the world. 🗺 Hackers & painters was a purposeful read for me. I came to buy & devour it on […]

15
Sep

African Dreams

No greater feeling to a course is there; than noticing how grand your visions & causes are revered by other beings, who are devoted to the movement most dear to one’s soul. Africa is that which I speak of! The past week was a breathe of fresh cosmic content! Imagine how new form sparked after […]

15
Apr

Thirst for African Philosophy

I’ve pondered on length – how to ensue this journey of instructing the finest minds of Africa… I say “instruct” quite assertively to lay ground of the precepts I’ve borrowed from the ancient Egyptians with their ebony essence. Their maxims were labeled instructions:- thus, evermore I shall draw inspiration from the two sages: Vizier Ptah-hotep […]

25
Mar

Afrika’s Nobel

With great a many titles, lingering in the minds of young innovative persons around the world, the Nobel Prize, always topples all the others. Scientists and writers, renowned through their contributions to humanity, stand a chance to glow in its glory. Alfred Nobel, was a man, who wanted a legacy great and exponential in design, […]

11
Mar

A New Age

Afrikans, The time has come to reverse the narrative. I write to you to authenticate YOUR story; one that you wrote out by the flick of your very own wrist, as the ink gushed all through the ages from your majestic lips. I write that the façade that has been long accepted by your children […]