I left Tanzania when I was 6 years old And since then, every country I’ve lived in. I have been a foreigner. I guess that means I’ve been a foreigner for as long as I can remember. It doesn’t make me uncomfortable, it doesn’t make me anything, and to
The different forms of joy: Making something you’re proud of Giggling Laughing till you snort Forgiving someone completely Letting in love Realizing you’re better today than you were yesterday Understanding … Something you didn’t think you could understand When your love makes someone glow Accepting the things beyond your
You feel choked You feel like your heart cannot fathom the thought of One More Beat You feel your whole world spinning Constellations falling out of the skies Waters rising from their oceans, trees collapsing starved with famished roots Chaos Chaos Disaster You feel like there are a million
In the array of people that flow in and out of your life, Find and nurture the love that fills you, holds you and elevates you without making you forget who you are. Find a love that feeds, not devours. The difference could be deadly.
There is a sort of freedom , a joyous childlike unbounded sense of life that comes from letting go of everything you thought you needed. Being alone. Unsurrounded by props and spirits of people you thought you knew. Just you. And your terrifying fears that no longer seem so
There are many ghosts of people walking among us Hollow Weightless and empty Too weak to strive for life … And too far gone to realize that the amount of things they can buy, doesn’t mean they are alive
Part 1 of the photoshoot I did with the talented Elizabeth Emmanuel. I have never felt so free and comfortable with my body. Self acceptance is truly a spiritual experience. “Since childhood, we are told to hide, to keep our heads down and to act like part of the crowd.