Talking Personal Finance and Peer Pressure

As we close off 2020, Ntando Mbele had me on her channel today and we discussed personal finances and peer pressure. Collaborating with other YouTubers is quickly becoming one of my favourite things to do.

Guest Feature: Crushed

I had scars on my face from all the fights and would always deny when my colleagues and friends asked if I was fighting and gave excuses of “I fell or had and accident”. The abuse got out of hand and I started taking tranquilizers as a mechanism of coping with the emotional impact. I was crushed and eventually, I became suicidal. For some reason, leaving my marriage never seemed like an option to be. One day, I saw an SMS from my wife and before I even finished reading it, I put the phone down on the table jumped out of the fifth-floor window from my office building. I’m not sure how I survived, but I did.

S01E09 Why do I talk about love so much? | Lessons I learnt from loved ones lost.

With that said, in this video I’m talking about love (as I always do) but I’m giving a little insight as to why I speak about it so much, with such great urgency and with so much conviction. I also share a little bit about the loved ones I’ve lost, whose lives and actions made me more convicted in my stance and perspective.

Perhaps in Protest Against Myself?

Perhaps, in a subconscious act of protest against myself and my social conditioning, I have chosen to not see my hair as something I struggle with. Perhaps I have decided to reject the narrative that maintaining my afro is an unnecessary form of self-punishment. Perhaps it’s just my hair. It’s not difficult; it just is… and I love it.

S01E06: Hearing God’s Voice | Did He Speak? | Meet Mayase!!!

I’ve quickly come to realize that my favourite thing about these interviews is the fact that I get to introduce the people who impact my life, with you all. It’s starting to feel a little like I’m sharing the gifts (these amazing people) that God has given me, with the rest of the world.