Causation and how it affects the African’s perception of the Divine
Some weeks back, I set out on an early morning walk around my neighbourhood. As I stepped out, the weather seemed great until midway into the typical 3 kilometer walk, the ambient weather dimmed from downcast skies. We were thick in the season of torrential rains and I had no umbrella or raincoat. I was also too far gone into the walk to turn back, so I kept on walking hoping the rains wouldn’t catch me out. All through the return journey, the winds blew harder and the first drops broke ground but the floodgates didn’t open until I got home.