Times of thought are times of detail.Times of detail are times of information, knowledge and encounter.
I see your desire to jump right out of the box in which you were created. To stretch beyond the skin in which you've been imbedded. The tenacious pursuit that cries out to be set free - the dreamer that longs to be seen.
Things would work out They would line up They would fall into place More, was my promise Better, my focus And new horizons, my choice to pursue
Sleep evaded me. Pain eroded my heart. I sunk deep into a hole of darkness that I could not climb out of It became darker and darker Thicker and thicker with faceless voices that convinced me that I belonged there. I belonged in the isolation and the reclusive-ness that was becoming way too familiar.
Once upon a season, the day came. The day of reckoning; of transition and transformation; the day of metamorphosis. It was a day unlike any other, different and separate from every other. It’s a pity that I don’t quite remember the events, words or circumstances that came with it. All I do know is that … Continue reading Once upon a season By Thembie L Ndlovu
26 July 2018 2242hrs A Life lived in the brain. An existence that survives on paper. Living vicariously through words. On paper, I am clearer, precise, convincing, comedic and even lovable. But to meet me, is to meet a stranger. A recluse, a polar opposite of the carefully crafted, core capturing words that flow without … Continue reading The Writer: By Thembie L. Ndlovu
Take time to dream. You need it for your sanity as well as for fuelling your passion. Just don't stop there though. Work your dream. To eventually reach, obtain and experience it, you will need to put in the effort. The effort is tailored to your resilence and your mindset. So whatever you do, don't … Continue reading Think on These Things By Thembie L Ndlovu
'Shelton! I am old enough to know that when you don't share your plans with me, it's not witchcraft on your part; it's just your right or privilege to privacy. You deserve that right. No one should infringe on it.' She pauses, hands resting squarely on her waist, and stares at him, fuming in the … Continue reading EXTRACT : Silence! – The Walk of a Pastor in Politics By Thembie L Ndlovu
YOUR CHURCH NEIGHBOUR SAYS... The last time we spoke I was in a bad space. You listened, walked away and left me alone💔. I was destraught🙇 THEN THIS HAPPENED... God took one good look at me, and look what happened— I'm the most fortunate woman on earth! What God has done for me will never … Continue reading Listen to Me By Thembie L. Ndlovu