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The Universe Owes us Nothing Except For the Gift of Life and Luck

By Sicebise Msengana

Do you struggle to find meaning in life? Are you feeling powerless and at the mercy of circumstances in your life? What if The Universe Owes us Nothing Except For the Gift of Life and Luck could motivate you to take responsibility for your life and live a life of purpose, happiness and freedom in spite of current painful situations in your life? Does it sound too good to be true? 

Well, it’s not. Come along for a bumpy, yet a realistic ride and discover what lies ahead. 

The Universe Owes us Nothing Except For the Gift of Life and Luck tells human accomplishment and tragedy from an African-centred perspective. This book comes along personal and historic overview of how things are the way they are and what we need to do to create a better world for the future generations. 

African Manhood Part III: Xhosa Men

By Sicebise Msengana

Sacrifice is part of Afrikan manhood. We sacrifice ourselves for those we love.  Afrikan men practice love to Afrikan women by supporting Black families and providing leadership.

Angel of Death

By Sicebise Msengana

It was 9 p.m on a Saturday night and I was visiting a friend in hospital. As I was waiting for my turn; a girl about the age of 16 years was put on life support.

Success is Courage!

By Sicebise Msengana

I love this because life is not for failures and quitters. One of the dumbest things a person can do, is to give up. So cheer up and press foward.

Become Happy Like Gods

By Sicebise Msengana

"Being godless is simply a great thing. We do not have to enslave ourselves with the nonsense beliefs and magical rituals of religions.  We know everything is over with this life. 

Science Disproves The Flood of Noah

By Sicebise Msengana

I'm a science lover and I am intrigued by how the universe works. For the past three years, I've made observations based on scientific evidence -- factual evidence supported by scientific discoveries.

Weekend Inspration: Baby Making Music By Peabo Bryson

By Sicebise Msengana

"AFRICAN LOVE: LOVE and SEXUALITY are intimately related because they lead to the maintenance and reproduction of the species. LOVE involves the preservation of oneself and group. If you LOVE your body, LOVE yourself, LOVE your man or woman, LOVE your family, LOVE your people, LOVE your community, you want and work to see them grow and develop. LIFE is about growth, development, transcendence, enhancement, fulfilling one’s potential" --Dr. Amos Wilson.

2 Ways Individualism and Exceptionalism Kills the Black Revolution: Should Black Men Date out?

By Sicebise Msengana

I don’t know whether we African men should date or sleep with white women or not ( i.e. Non-African females) to prove that we don’t hate non-African people, in particular, white people.

Every time we talk about building for ourselves, everyone else seems to have a problem. Yet, they can exclude us with no problem. When we African men say that it is impossible to build strong African

African erotica: BabyMaking Music

By Sicebise Msengana

I wanted to make this article race neutral and non-political as possible as I can, however,  I couldn’t help but think that it is near impossible to understand the problems of Africans without a social-political context.
It is impossible to understand why one race can enhance itself at the expense of another race by destroying their love life without a social-political context.

How to Get and Keep a Black Guy

By Sicebise Msengana

Are you a white woman or a non-African female struggling to find a black guy? Do you wish you could date or even marry a black dude?

What if I told you that you could solve all of your life’s problems and live a life full of love and sexual freedom while being “possessed” by a strong, loving black man?

4 Leadership Styles: He who serves, leads

By Sicebise Msengana

A great nation’s direction and its success is determined by its leadership. A leadership’s vision will determine whether a corporation wins or loses. When the leadership has no vision or goal to press forward, you will note that followers suffer immensely and headed for annihilation.

How to Start a Religion in 12 Easy Ways

By Sicebise Msengana

Are you constantly stressed out and broke as an African? Do you want to enjoy life and take full advantage of opportunities? Do you wish to have an intimate relationship with your loved ones or spouse or partner?
In fact, it’s simple, and any African can do it. I have an idea of starting a religio-political cult. You can follow along at home.

Nonviolence is Dangerous

By Sicebise Msengana

Behold the sacred kings of nonviolence: Let’s from our ancestors’ mistakes. Dr. King is still my hero. Martin Luther King Jr.’s misguided rhetoric to the African American community and America in general as described by Mumia Abu-Jamal ‘Dr. King’s message of Christian forbearance and turn-the-other cheek doctrine was calming to the white psyche. To Americans bred for comfort, Dr. King was,  above all, safe.’

African Nationalism 4-4-2 Battle Strategy

By Sicebise Msengana

This year I’m a happy man, football wise. Real Madrid has just been crowned the UEFA champions, Manchester City is doing well and Mamelodi Sundowns are the CAF champions. But these victories didn’t come without putting any effort. All the soccer players had to put extra time for gruelling training: Fight, fail,

Would you Trade your Soul in Exchange for Wealth and Fame?

By Sicebise Msengana

My rich uncle used to say 'I'm at a good place. Not emotionally... I'm at the bank to check my babies [money].' OK, he actually never said that.  But most people have an intimate attachment to money, that they would die without money. 

Try to imagine...

Real Love Counts The Most in The Long Term

By Sicebise Msengana

Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.
Ann Landers

During my time in high school, I had a massive amount of love for a beautiful girl.  Sometimes I would lay awake at night and think  about my crush, I would close my eyes and see myself asking her out.

We would laugh at each other’s jokes and cuddle like puppies...until I opened my eyes. This fantasy could keep me busy for hours on end. The daydreaming continued until I summoned my courage to ask for her number. Which she gave me. The first dates were great. It was the best period of my life...what a connection!

African Manhood

By Sicebise Msengana

Everyone understands self-preservation and Group economics, except for African people. African people refuse to exercise collective economic, political, genetic and cultural action where we organise, arm( or fighting to destroy the enemy's military strength through military operations), finance a UNIFIED political agenda and establish revolutionary power.
When other ethnic groups such as Chinese,

Total Empowerment of the African People

By Sicebise Msengana

I’ve been following the developments in black America for some time. I can tell that our people in America are divided. The core tenets of white supremacy is dividing those who are conquered, in the hope of keeping the system alive. The gender wars between the black males and black females serve such a purpose.
 I was reading some comments on a so-called black feminist blog and I quote ‘I am so done with Black people-both males and females. Both of them are ardently anti Black woman and minds filled with internalized racism. I

Is Interracial Dating and Marriage the solution to the African woman's problems?

By Sicebise Msengana

I understand that most Diaspora Africans bask in the glory of being tricultural (Here I’m trying to find common ground with people who feel the need to  ‘honour’ their non-African ancestry) , after the rape of many Female slaves by white masters. And as a result, are ‘mixed.’ But as a 20-something full-bloodied African male, and a direct descendant of the Xhosa Kingdom, I have no empathy or pay homage to no foreign invader/ slavemaster ancestry—my ancestry doesn’t go beyond the shores of Africa. Instead,  I’m concerned with the pain and suffering of African people across the world.

Preservation of African Heritage

By Sicebise Msengana

Should Africans go back to the old ways in order to solve their problems? No. There are certain negative and outdated aspects in the African culture, like all cultures that need to updated in order to work for us in the 21th century. The world has changed. It’s time to catch up.