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Inzingane

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Looking back, I remember that day in high school, when we were made to look into forms and fill out our preferred courses and the preferred universities. The teachers must have seen angels in our faces as we ticked those high-flying career paths, like me ticking doctor as the first preference and Lawyer as the second. At that time, I didn’t know to differentiate an endo and exoskeleton. Nobody knew […]

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A Butterfly with the teal Ribbon

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10th Feb 2018 I get late, and I’m made to believe that it’s terribly late. The kind of late you would probably not be forgiven for, or which can send you to hell. I was six minutes late. I’ve never been to the restaurant, so I call her from outside to know where to look, and she calmly tells me “You will see me when you walk in”. The restaurant […]