Every birth is a death in waiting. When one hears of a birth, one must know that it is but a matter of time before that new human dies. Sandwiched between birth and death is a struggle for meaning and a desperate attempt to ward off life’s suffering. - David Benatar
In Uganda, we now think that the problem is the language of instruction. Africa's real problem is an abundance of false solutions. We've too many of the people that prescribe solutions before understanding the problem. Many of them are in positions of leadership. It's a shame.https://twitter.com/aomenya/status/1451521915714252800 …
Leave the Nords out of this please.https://twitter.com/KagutaMuseveni/status/1451214951264231431 …
A troublesome inheritence. What's even more troubling is that these guys are just as cluessless as we all are...https://twitter.com/MoWT_Uganda/status/1451126283736338436 …
We can't keep doing this. Black Americans have yet to experience a sustained roi that's proportionate to everything we've put into the United States. ONLY HOPE? JUST ONE? We've been here for 400+ years. Why are we still in survival mode?
#ados #reparationshttps://twitter.com/ToxiQ_PhoneBill/status/1450865645910822916 …
If you pull a pistol on me, I might provoke you to use/
Coz my life, my life, is painful and I ain't scared to lose it/
Whenever Black heterosexuals bitch about “the LGBTQ community having more power than Black people,” I roll my eyes. You idiots seem to forget that BLACK LGBTQ PEOPLE EXIST. Please redirect your anger to the WHITE side of the LGBTQ community. THEY have the power. Not us.
In a sentence: Life is bad, but so is death. Of course, life is not bad in every way. Neither is death bad in every way. However, both life and death are, in crucial respects, awful. Together, they constitute an existential vise— the wretched grip that enforces our predicament.
In such daily salutations as “How’s it going?” or “How are you?” we encounter a kind of pseudo-solicitousness that ostensibly invites us to unburden but expects only the bland pantomime of cheerfulness. - C. F
Arts people actually make more money than the "scientists", in Uganda. The only stem fields in ug that the Arts people can't hold a candle to: Architecture and Civil Engineering. STEM degrees aren't lucrative in poor countries.
OPINION: Why don't you stop giving birth?https://nilepost.co.ug/2021/10/05/opinion-why-dont-you-stop-giving-birth/#.YVwCxqbRMxg.whatsapp …
Insightful article about
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