When I learned that Manu Dibango had left the hospital and was resting at his home, like many probably, I had a sigh of relief. Certainly, at 86, you could say that he had had a busy life. In this life, there are some people who, even knowing them only from afar, mark millions of … Lire l’article…« Abui Ngang », thank you for all, Manu Dibango
How good it is to experience these little acts of pure happiness, proof of spontaneous kindness! These discreet acts of generosity are proof that our daily is littered with little miracles. Like being sitting in a parisian station, and observe, intrigued, the unknown who approachs you. He speaks softly, almost apologetically for interrupting you. … Lire l’article…These discreet acts of generosity in our everyday life
Ma sug !Hi, dear readers This year, I’ll regularly share excerts from my poetic texts in French, or in Ewondo language. Ewondo is one of the variants of Fang-Beti language (Ekang linguistic group, Central Africa). Some texts will be the subject of an audio-video reading, so stay connected by subscribing to my newsletter. But First, … Lire l’article…Ewondo Poetry: « Ză, á mvoé, ză! (Come, Friend, Come!)
Think outside the box, learn to demystify life Article originally published on Dzaleu.com This text was inspired by my wanderings on the Net recently. While browsing my Facebook news feed, I come across a news item that relates a drama case : a 13-year-old pre-adolescent would have poisoned members of her host family. In view … Lire l’article…Think outside the box, learn to demystify life
Goodbye 2019, welcome 2020! And here came the famous end-of-year message. But far from stuffing you with good resolutions or other « false » good ideas that we rarely hold, I will simply share with you two of my wishes. At midnight on December 31, we will raise a glass to greet the New Year. For my … Lire l’article…Goodbye 2019, welcome 2020!