Mots-clés » Tradition

When Britain was Proud

On my line of enquiry, I have discovered numerous developments into my investigation of tradition. My focal point has been to examine British and African conventions and explore what it is to be a mixed-race white and black African living in Britain and how this can be portrayed through to your exterior, as this is a relatable topic for me.  254 mots de plus


Did You Know?

Most of us can’t imagine the depth and the length of God’s love toward and for us. Because of our behavior, we conceptualize His love is like that of man’s love…wavering and conditional. 224 mots de plus


Fishing: Varn hare: ຫວ່ານແຫ

Meats like beef, pork and even chicken are scarce and too expensive so most families live off what can be found in the rivers and lakes, especially the Mekong. 260 mots de plus

Happy 150th Birthday Sir Dr. Wilfred Grenfell - A True Hero of the North

I would like recognize the larger than life man who made big things happen in small communities – Sir Dr. Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, born February 28th, 1865. 490 mots de plus

Great Northern Peninsula

Harsh Realities of Samburu Tradition

Back to Umoja Women’s village:

In Swahili, Umoja means unity, and how incredibly fitting that is for the place it is. After driving for several minutes down a dirt road, dodging bushes and trees and the occasional cloud of dust, we arrived at the gate. 1 337 mots de plus

Christmas tree tradition in full swing

Come outside and find that someone has hidden a huge Christmas tree behind the barn. The last thing I need is kids thinking that I have trees in the barn so I quickly carried it away and dumped it further down the road. 113 mots de plus

Hen Island