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i want nothing. I expect nothing. ~Kwasi #sophic #kwaspix #rumination #otherwise
Towards The End Of History: History is not what happened. History is the story about what happen, hence, history is the source of all dissatisfactions. What’s learned from the past is always here in future. #forget #forgive #museum #curate #history #culture ~Kwasi #sophic
I admire the freedom and the openness of children and youth; I am engaged in wondering, however, where in that spinning top is there someone to be admired. ~Kwasi #sophic
Thank you Fidel and the Cuban people who have so little to give, and gave their all in the fight against apartheid, colonialism and neo-colonialism. Fidel lives, and I am thankful. ~Kwasi #sophic #Castro #fidelcastro
I wish I may, I wish I might, I wish upon a bold bright star in a cloudy sky. O, l wonder who you are. #kwasipix #star #nightsky #viewfrommyapt
January 28, 2017 from 8pm to 11pm – Kanbar Center For The Performing Arts at The Osher Marin JCC0 Comments 0 Likes
February 25, 2017 from 12:15pm to 3pm – Afrikan Art Gallery - 800 North Farish Street, Jackson, MS 392020 Comments 0 Likes
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