Hello everyone this is Motherland Wisdom where I breakdown proverbs from all over the diaspora in my own words. When I started to embrace more of my heritage, I figured it was imperative that I sought the wisdom of different … Continue reading Working together but also allowing room to grow. African Proverb breakdown
My favorite kind of stories are the stories that have a moral lesson in the end. When I was little my father used to read me many tales from kids books that taught me about different values and how people … Continue reading Story analysis- A Yoruba tale of the rich slave.
Hello everyone i’m back again with another addition to my African culture section. When everyone mentions tricksters in mythology they always mention the Norse God Loki. With the success of marvel films and popular shows like Vikings, then it is … Continue reading The Trickster God- Eshu
Greetings to all. Today in my African culture section I will be talking about the Goddess of Love. Normally when I was growing up, I only knew about Greek legends so I was informed only about Aphrodite. But as I … Continue reading Just in time for Valentine’s day. The goddess of Love.
Hello everyone it’s Dennis from Wisdom From Fiction and i’m here with another blog about African culture. As I have mentioned before in other posts, I am a HUGE fan of comics and anime. The nerd in me just loves … Continue reading The God of Thunder! But not the one you’re thinking of.
Hello everyone, its Dennis from “wisdom from fiction” and today I wanted to discuss about one of my favorite heroes from the comics: Storm. When I was growing up I used to read many comics and was a fan of … Continue reading Storm was Based On An African Goddess? History of Oya