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A Candle Is Enough!

About 400 years before Christ, Socrates was jailed accused of many things among which were corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing the gods of the time. His friend Crito wanted to bribe the guards for him to escape. Socrates refused the offer because he didn’t believe injustice should …

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My Children

People in many countries have religions that are not very familiar to us like Christianity, or Islam, or Judaism. It’s not even the less familiar Hinduism or Buddhism. It’s called ancestral worship and we have many people who worship their ancestors. Once I watched a documentary about New Guinea, where …

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Negarit 82: ሓሰኻ ደምበ – Dung Worm – دودة الروث

Anjal nAnjal Kulu yeddeli Gwaul (ዓንጃል ንዓንጃል ፡ ኩሉ ደላይ ጓል)  Haw alleni ab seUdia Arab Areb zeyyzaaareb (ሓው ኣለኒ ኣብ ስዑዲ ዓረብ ፡ ዓረብ ዘይዛረብ)  “The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict.” Martin Luther King, Jr The Eritrean folk singer …

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A Tribute: Ustaz Osman Omer Omran

Another shocking news. An hour ago I read about the death of  Ustaz Osman in Medina, Saudi Arabia. He was one of my beloved teachers. Only six-months ago I dedicated Negarit 56[1] for his exceptionally courageous nephew, Omer, who died in Sudan. Both news were shocking and sad. Naturally, no …

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#Yiakl #Enough #Kifaya

[This the source script for Negarit 74—it’s written in a simple spoken words style for casual delivery.] ALL PEOPLE deserve stability, and Eritreans have struggled the longest time in pursuit of that.  It has suffered for centuries to attain freedom and stability. However, when the Eritreans finally achieved independence, the country …

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Doers and Pretenders

[This is the source the transcript of Negarit 73, published by Negarit Youtube channel] Most of the time we consider cartoon movies fictional and made for entertaining children. We seldom remember the cartoon stories are ancient legends that originate from religious beliefs. Those of you studying business, marketing and finance may know the …

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The Eritrean Idiot President

[This is the source for the script of Negarit 71, my Youtube channel] إذا كان رب البيت بالدف ضارباً، فشيمة أهل البيت كلهم الرقص “If the father beats a drum, the household has to dance”. SebeT altAwizi, a Baghdad poet (1125 – 1187) Intro: Last week Kenya’s ex-president Daniel Arap Moi …

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Negarit 68: Hope of Maidens

The following is the source of Negarit 68 fo my Youtube channel Tesfa Denagil is a very light shower, a shy rain, that comes just before the farmers begin ploughing their fields. Tesfa Denagil is a sign of good rains which means good harvest and prosperity. The cows will be well …

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