On Old Gods, New Gods

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Once there was the African man. He looked round and about him and searched deep within him and he found a reason to believe in a higher power beyond him.

That power that poured water from the skies and brought life to man, animal and the forests; the power in the harmattan, that drank streams till it emptied and browned earth till it cracked, and greyed skins till…

Architect. Writer. Aspiring Immortal

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