The worst thing any Diasporants can carry with them in their luggage is the superiority complex attitude, as manifest through racial, religious, and cultural arrogance from their lands of origin. More so if it is, in the first place, racial, religious, and cultural persecutions they have ran away from. We put what we put in each our own different luggage when time to say goodbye has arrived. But not all will be useful when we get to our final, often chance, destinations with promises of a brighter future. Sometimes not even a single item in the luggage will be useful at all. Herein lies the difference between winner and loser Diasporants in time … (Continued in the book: “MACHONA AWAKENING – home in grey matter”. Order book on Amazon).
Simon Chilembo Riebeeckstad Welkom South Africa Tel.: +47 92525032 January 21, 2015
[…] prerequisites to successful living in the global Diaspora. But, sadly, and most distressingly, the multifaceted arrogance and superiority complex issues many an African immigrant exhibit in their…. If it’s not their more sophisticated ancient, pure Afrikan cultures, it will be their religions, […]