The kingdom of Dahomey is one my father once told me about. He said that they gave the white men a tough time. Even after he watched this movie, he says the story of Jaja of Opobo also needs to be told. 😍 Slave trade was the reigning business. It made kingdoms rich and their… Continue reading Movie Review : The Woman King
Movie Review : Aníkúlápó
My brother has been bashing this movie since he watched it. A few days back, I read an article about how mentioning a particular art work is a means of paying the creator – whether it is written work, a painting, a song or a movie. For a work to receive both negative and positive… Continue reading Movie Review : Aníkúlápó
The Red Gown
The Red Gown I had a red gown That went down To my knees With heels So perfect I wanted to be Queen Bee I sang here I wrote there * With my bottled fears With my tears stained face I walked down the aisle As they spoke behind my back The whispers were intentionally… Continue reading The Red Gown
Indian Movies and I
I love the indian movies. Why? They have those amazing love stories. I am a firm believer of those "happily ever afters". It's so beautiful when they have issues with friendship, character, betrayal and they get a way to work it out. 🎊Here is a link to my blog post last year about THINGS I… Continue reading Indian Movies and I
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. We ask ourselves Who am I to be Brilliant, Gorgeous, Talented and Fabulous Actually, who are you not to be? We are born to manifest the glory of God that is within us. And as we… Continue reading Reach inside!