Kpachara anya gi “Black Power”

Kpachara anya gi  Is an Igbo proverb my father taught me that his mother would say to him. What’s interesting about Igbo proverbs and stories is that they can have various meanings. This proverb literally means ‘take your eye’ however it also means: “Ensure your eyes are open” “Remain alert” “Be mindful” Now why would I … Continue Reading

Mind of The Human Mind Reserve

AND IT’S ALL IN MY HEAD … A PSYCHOLOGIST & JOURNALIST  INTERVIEWING A “PATIENT” WHO IDENTIFIES AS THE HUMAN MIND RESERVE : PSYCHOLOGIST: Hello, I’m your psychologist. I’m here to talk to you today with a journalist about why you call your mind a human mind reserve. Can you explain to us? PATIENT: My mind … Continue Reading

Soul Survivor Sunday

From a very young age, I’ve always been drawn to story telling, especially those about the underdog, probably because I’ve always been labeled that way growing up. On the weekends when I would travel to NYC to see my mom, while I would wait for her to come meet me, I would sit in Port … Continue Reading