“Without wisdom, life is the image of death,” says a Bemba proverb. African sages claim that wisdom is the only thing that outlives death, but it takes human beings to build it and to pass it from generation to generation. From the last two decades, Dr. Kykosa Kajangu learned wisdom both at the feet of sages and through living in the Ivory Tower; now the time has come for me to start sharing the fruits of wisdom.
Author of: Wisdom Poetry
Dr. Kykosa Kajangu is an African wisdom keeper from the Bashi people and a scholar of indigenous wisdom traditions. His lifelong quest is to put the study of indigenous African wisdom traditions on its feet. To this end, he traveled on the superhighway of African wisdom learning at the feet of sages in various centers of wisdom.
Author of: What About the Hair Down There?
Contributor to: Crowdsourcing Immortality
Abby Brown is an educator of twenty-five years, the mother of two teenaged boys, and a breast cancer survivor. Her new book, What About the Hair Down There? is an incredibly powerful journal of her experiences with cancer, and her writing is marked by its simplicity, honesty, humor, and pain.
Chemo Chuckles and Treatment Tears
One Woman’s Story of Family, Friends, Love & Sex After Being Diagnosed with Breast Cancer is the autobiographical story of Abby Brown, a 25-year veteran educator in the little elementary school on a hill perched above the St. Croix River in Minnesota — a teacher who has been beloved by two generations of school children in the small town upon which Garrison Keillor largely based his fictional Lake Wobegon.
Victims of the Biedermeier is a haunting, yet hopeful, tale of a writer named Vukašin Pomorišac and his search for answers about his hometown’s past and the famous painter named Konstantin Daniel. This fast-paced, layered story alternates perspectives between the writer and flashbacks to the painter’s life as seen through the eyes of his student, Lazar.