My brother’s thoughts

  • Frederick Douglass once said: “When I ran away from slavery, it was for myself; when I advocated emancipation, it was for my people; but when I stood up for the rights of women, self was out of the question, and I found a little nobility in the act.”


We are all like trees.

We have roots, and even if they have been cut off, new ones can grow.

There are branches which like the mind must bear fruit, and the seed grow into meaningful objectives.

Like leaves, our archaic misconceptions must fall and become the manure to give us the strength to grow taller and stronger.

Ken Gwira.

  • See what’s happening at: -Men on the front line praying.
  • Do today what you would wish you had done, when tomorrow comes. So take care of today, to have a better tomorrow.

Published by Ken Gwira

Ken Gwira is a self-taught artist living in the USA. Aside from wood sculpture, he uses words and images to help people see life through a different lens [o].

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