AFRICA CALLS YOU HOME
The moment you experience the taste of the African dust and the sensual feel of the first rain on your parched lips after a dry merciless summer sun, you are once again, an African!
For, though many choose to think otherwise, once upon a time, eons ago there was one land, Gondwana land or Maropeng, The birthplace of all mankind. With a mighty crash, one day, a gigantic world fell from the sky and struck a profound blow scattering pieces of all shapes and sizes that were attached to Africa.
When the African full moon rises, she sets your blood on fire, for your visit is a homecoming, for I am Africa, your mother, come hither to my bosom, oh wandering one.
You cannot but long for the cry of the fish eagle. That hunger you constantly feel, that longing in your soul is I, Mama Africa, calling you home, away from the iniquities in the cities of the world
Come, my child, come home and rest beneath the stars and once more, be at peace, my child. I eagerly await your homecoming with arms wide open.
Do you believe that all people came from Africa?