Mokokoma Mokhonoana

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Once I have an illusion, or a collection of illusions, I'd like to expose if not shatter, I try to arrange the major opinions and/or facts I have with regard to the subject or subjects of the book into chapters, and then I confront one of the most challenging literary endeavors: writing a page—the very first of the book (excluding the introduction, of course)—that will leave me with enough pride and excitement to fight whatever obstacles that lie ahead.(less)
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An Open Letter to the Terminally ill

So, somebody in a white coat told you that you are dying?

Life sure is a bitch, isn’t it?

Well, that depends on what you mean by “life.” And what you mean by “bitch.”

Do I feel sorry for you?

No, I don’t.

Instead of being “humane,” I would rather run the risk of adding one more person to the list of people who are of an opinion that my opinions are a cancer to the minds of those who consume whatever se Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 29, 2014 04:13 Tags: aids, cancer, death, disease, fear, h-i-v, hiv, illness, old-age, terminal-disease

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“If heaven really exists: then heaven is the job, hell is unemployment, while life is merely an interview.”
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“Fear usually benefits the feared; seldom the fearful.”
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