African pop culture (the African child)

The itty-bitty of the average African child, the struggle is surreal but the will is outlasting.

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  This is a recital because it tells you what we are, it is a recital because it expanciates but concentrates on its core and values. The African pride, the African heritage, the African culture, the African wildlife and the African child. 

   I have so much to say about the average African child but so little to preach about the African government, the African child outplays every other because through every difficulty HE Stands tall and search a way to fix a smile on his face, unaffected by the underdevelopment and discomfort faced by Africa, they rise every sunset and work their way through till sundown with nothing but hope for the coming day. I admire the will of the African child, desperately looking for a means to survive, I can’t help but admire the will of the African child, Breaking barriers, overstepping obstacles, confronting dangers, withstanding pain, conquering hardship, facing fears, eliminating doubt and outlasting defeat, I can’t help but admire the will of the African child. 

 

 In some parts of the continent the average African child becomes a man at the age of 13! they hunt, they farm, they fish, then they feed. I have so much faith in the African child, the future of Africa finds comfort in their hands, before the rain comes the storm and this storm is just about rapping up in Africa.

  I can’t overemphasize the fact that there is no difference between us all really, we’re just two sides of the same coin, let’s not allow skin color distinguish us, let’s not allow religion divide us, let’s not allow borders separate us, let’s not allow political views split us and most importantly, we must never allow our material possessions define us. So instead of talking about making a particular place great again and hating Muslims meanwhile also creating harvoc among citizens and non citizens, why not make the whole earth great again. 

   There is no limitation to what we can achieve if we put aside our differences and work together as a unit towards a common goal.

   I have gotten remarkable feedbacks from awesome bloggers around the world, a very notable one is “let it be beautiful” please endeavor to check out the blog, she also came up with an amazing powerpoint-poem for Africa, amazing!

     There is still space for more people to join in the the hype and contribute in any little way possible, Africa is home to all. thank you for reading this episode of African pop culture(APC), stay tuned as many more ep’s are on the way. Xo 

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  1. As a child i was amazed by a movie about an bushman.I couldn’t understand one single word.(xhosa language is so interesting)It was movie about traveler.I was overwhelmed by the language,and the story that i couldn’t understand😊.One question was hanging in the air^On what kind of journey was this man?!^.

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  3. Mahdheebah, this is a wonderful recitation. The photos are so compelling – you can see the light inside each child’s eyes. And your writing is lovely and vibrant. I especially liked, “let’s not allow skin color distinguish us, let’s not allow religion divide us, let’s not allow borders separate us” – so important! Thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much😚, this is truly kind of you to say, I tried my very best to ensure I bring out the true beauty in these kids and in African. I’m happy you liked this…..PS expect many more 😁😀

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