Tag Archives: Grandmotherland

Our Shared African Grandmothers and Four Nobel Prize Winners

Majid Ali, M.D. African Grandmothers, Camus, Einstein, Monod, and Russel Albert Camus’ Happy Sisyphus  “To him this now lordless universe appears neither sterile nor futile. Every particle of that rock, every mineral glint from that mountain,swathed in night, forms a world unto itself. The struggle toward the peaks is itself enough to fill a man’s heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy.”

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Guiding Light of Our Shared African Grandmothers

Majid Ali, M.D. Without Gods Who Are Godlier Than Others. Without Scripts That Are Scriptier Than Others Pure Truth of Our Shared African Grandmothers I imagine a time – a hundred thousand years ago, 200 two years ago, even earlier – when our shared African grandmothers lived true to their elements. They shared their breath with people, plants, animals around

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Our Shared Healing Truth From African Grandmotherland

Majid Ali, M.D. Our Shared Healing Truths From African Grandmotherland  I see a possibility. It is the possibility of shared healing truths with language of higher presence, of an intelligence of a different ilk. No, I do not imagine a new alphabet, nor a new grammar, nor any computerized artificial intelligence. Here, succinctly stated, is what this possibility emerges from:

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Shared African Grandmothers – What Did They Know and When?

Majid Ali, M.D. Some Two Million Years Story Some Clues Here are some quotes from The New York Times of September 11, 2015: “… a large, dark chamber for the dead of a previously unidentified species of the early human lineage — Homo naledi. (found in South Africa). Ritualized Treatment of the Dead Two Million Years Ago Besides introducing a

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