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African Proverbs About Life We Love Here At Chic African Culture
It is better to weep with the wise than to sing with the fool. Let that sink in for a moment.
It is easy with a full belly to praise fasting. Let that sink in for the rest of the day.
coasts of Caribbean, United States, and South America, are in danger of being blasted
by hurricanes wind and rain during hurricane season from June through November. But,
The scientific reason why is because of Africa’s
Sahara desert dust storms and the transition of thunderstorms off the west coast
of Africa. The waters in the North Atlantic Ocean are typically at their
warmest while the Sahara is at its hottest from July through October, so the
chances of a hurricane are highest during these months. Hurricanes
are gigantic weather systems using convection, the movement of hot and cold
air, to create dangerous storms. They are rotating heat engines powered by the
warmth of tropical waters having three main parts, the eye, the eyewall, and
Hurricanes cannot form just anywhere in the world due to the need
for hot and humid air. They normally form close to the equator and move west or
northwest. Hurricane Alley is a stretch of warm water through the Atlantic
Rich get richer
Survival of the Fattest, obese Europeans starving Africa
Survival of the Fattest is a sculpture of a small starving African man, carrying Lady Justice, a huge obese European woman who is a symbol of the rich world.
Explore and Understand Africa Through Her Food and Culture
Survival of the Fattest Meaning The copper statue Survival of the Fattest by Jens Galschiøt and Lars Calmar was created in 2002. The fat woman is holding a pair of scales as a symbol of justice however; she is
closing her eyes so the justice. Galschiot symbolized the woman as being blind, refusing to see the obvious
injustice. For the rich people of the world the main issue in life is that of overeating while people in the third world are dying every day from
hunger. The misery of imbalanced wealth distribution is creating floods of refugees. However the rich only want to preserve their privileges and take measures so harsh against the poor, they betray their morals …
The simple task of charging a cell phone is no simple matter in rural African villages far from an electric grid.
With the advent of tiny rooftop solar panels electricity could be accessible to millions. African
governments are struggling to meet to electric needs of the poorest of the poor
living in rural areas.
Living off-grid may be a lifestyle choice to some and a
fact of everyday living to the poorest of the poor. However, tiny rooftop solar
panels and high-efficiency LED lights across the African continent could provide enough electricity to charge cell phones.
Cell phones are vital for people in
rural areas with no access to banks in order to send and receive money, access medical
care and stay in contact with family and friends. What
does Off-Grid Mean? Off the grid (off-grid) means creating your own self-sufficient
environment and being able to operate completely independently of all