A Tale Of Growing Big By Embracing Native Tradition And Culture

Can you ever think of going out of home without wearing a pair of shoes? On the other hand common creams use chemical ingredients and synthetic substances that are not healthy for your skin like parabens, petrolatum, alcohol, fragrances and mineral oil. We acquire power if we know something and […]

Can you ever think of going out of home without wearing a pair of shoes? On the other hand common creams use chemical ingredients and synthetic substances that are not healthy for your skin like parabens, petrolatum, alcohol, fragrances and mineral oil. We acquire power if we know something and or everything about our cultures, etc. When we begin to learn and have a sense and more concrete knowledge about our culture, by looking it as it in it its whole wholesomeness(Holistically), we begin to understand, see and recognize, and observe more similarities in dancing styles, hand-clapping, voicing, circle-formations, and half moon patterns crisscrossing lines, snake-like, and choreographic back and forth movements in-sync and patterned precisely, with a flurry and changing shapes, and forms on and of their same bright and energetic colors, Polyrhythmic syncopated sounds, explosiveness, and rhythm of all the 11(eleven) African people as one unified and diverse, variegated and one common national entity. Bantu Biko knew that our culture was a ‘conscious culture,’ and that, if it was to be in the orb of Technologies and machines, it might spinout of control. So far, we have learned the other way round. We forgot all about culture and dove head-first into the emerging and merging technologies. What then happened is that, our culture was and is still well-suited for the present technology, but we, whose culture it is, do not know or have forgotten a lot about our own cultures, traditions, custom, history, music traditional dress, music, and dances. I am extending this discourse in this part of the Hub, for if you read the first Hub, “South African Culture, Customs and Practices writ-large: Re-Morphed Cultural Renaissance against Dysfunctional Existence”, the reader will notice that in it when I was giviing the narrative of a culture as it was told by those who live it; I used, in most cases, words, and sentences, where possible, of the African peoples of South Africa to give the texture, the color, the taste, the audio and the pronunciation along with accents, deflections, inflections and meaning as to how and why these words were used by them and are still being used and is the lingua franca of Africans in South africa, and in the process be creating a much more meaningful and deeper understanding about the culture of the 10(ten) peoples: (Africans of Mzantsi- African South Africans). How to get that power to the people is a matter of tactics and strategies- No one has the right to tell the masses what and how to think; what and how to write down ideas- there should be a free flowing of ideas and the ideals of free speech should be maintained and practiced, literary. In the flow of information and its dissemination, we need to the very clear about why and how we are going to do that. People are not stupid, they are the most innovative, intelligent and, along with them, I dislike tyrants, people who know it all, and those who cite thought, action and lifestyle of other people to the masses-avoiding all about the masses and their historical information and material culture.

Adiantku

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