By Gwen McKinley
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Creole proverb There is always something left to love. And if you ain’t learned that, you ain’t learned nothing. ” —Camille Yarbrough Cornrows 33 Knowledge & wisdom what is known from understanding, experience, study or awareness. wisdom: the quality of being wise; power of judging rightly and following the soundest course of action based on knowledge, experience and understanding. knowledge: We sometimes think that only senior citizens have wisdom. It is true that wisdom comes with age. But having wisdom involves more than living a long time and having had many life experiences.
Her dark arm was muscular, made strong by hard work. “1 have ploughed. And I have planted. And I have gathered into barns. ” She paused again and asked this time in a whisper. ” —Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick McKissack Sojourner Truth Ain’t I A Woman? 57 WISDOM FOR PARENTS The son of a fool will not become a chief. —Kunama Your child doesn’t belong to you, and you must prepare your child to pick up the burden of his life long before the moment when you must lay your burden down. —James Baldwin, The Devil Finds Work Do not forbid your son to eat his porridge hot: his burnt tongue will teach him what you can’t.
Let the unity in the community remain in tact. —Jesse Jackson, 1989 KUJICHAGULIA: SELF-DETERMINATION Don’t let your enemies get in the way of your work. —Hausa UJIMA: COLLECTIVE WORK AND RESPONSIBILITY Even the sharpest knife-blade cannot carve its own handle. —Anonymous 60 UJAMAA: COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS God lent us his property here so that we too could lend what we have to our neighbor. —Swahili NIA: PURPOSE If you never reach, you’re never going to grab what you’re after. —Traditional KUUMBA: CREATIVITY Cease to be a drudge, seek to be an artist.
A Problem in Card Shuffling by Gwen McKinley