Robbie Williams: Angels

Hands down, Robbie Williams’ ANGELS is one of the BEST SONGS EVER!!! It makes me think of my mother and I can’t help but have it on constant replay. She is my angel and I know won’t forsake me! Below are the lyrics to this amazing song: I sit and wait does an angel contemplate my fate and do they know the places where we go when we´re grey and old ´cos I´ve been told that salvation lets their wings unfold so when I’m lying in my bed thoughts running through my head and I feel that love is dead […]

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Kirk Franklin: I Smile

RacquetballGuy introduced me to Kirk Franklin’s song: I Smile. It’s such a wonderful reminder that despite our current adversities — no matter what they may be — we have much to be thankful for and so shouldn’t stop smiling! Related posts: Mona Lisa Smile/The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King A Simple Jesture=A HUGE Smile

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I’ve been checking out many of the companies that will have applications integrated into Facebook’s timeline profile. One that has captivated me so far is: Spotify. Why? Well while I like music, I don’t really follow a lot of bands or listen to a lot of music. And so as this service which will provide free access to more than 15million tracks, thinking that I’ll be able to discover and enjoy a lot more music without first having to pay for it. Also, the beauty of this application/service as that by being integrated with Facebook, I’ll be able to discover […]

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Seven Sisters

I’ve been cooped up all weekend as I came down with some sort of cold/flu and thought it best to rest with a view to recovering. Most unfortunate, as it has turned out to be a great weekend weather wise. Anyway, now that I’ve installed the new Facebook profile timeline, using downtime to re-familiarise myself with everything I’ve written on Facebook since joining in 2006. I’ve also spent a great deal of time looking through my photographs. Below is one of my favourites taken while on a hike to view the Seven Sisters. If you’re not familiar, the Seven Sisters […]

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Black Venus (Venus Noire)

Earlier this summer I saw a movie that still haunts my dreams. Titled Black Venus (Venus Noire) it tells the real-life story of a black woman born circa 1770 who was turned into a sideshow attraction known as ‘The Hottentot Venus’. Born Sarah ‘Saartjie’ Baartman in South Africa, she was taken to Europe during the early 19th century and was exploited and exhibited as a part-human, part-animal attraction for both entertainment and educational purposes. And when her “act” lost appeal, she was tossed out on the streets like garbage and eventually turned to prostitution. She subsequently died of pneumonia and […]

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