Month: June 2013



Thank You Madiba

madiba

“Thank you Madiba” is what I like to say, but these are the most inadequate words to show my gratitude to one of the most extraordinarily humble, forgiving, compassionate, and loving human beings I have known in my lifetime. He relentlessly fought for the freedom of millions from the Apartheid system in South Africa, lost […]

A Portrait of the Ju/’hoansi San People

San People Namibia traditional healing dance

Visiting the Ju/’hoansi San people (or Bushmen as they used to, rather derogatively, be referred to) in the //Nhoq’ma village in the far northeastern corner of Namibia, was one of the most genuine cultural experiences I have ever encountered. San people, descendants of the first indigenous people of southern Africa, are now one of the smallest […]