EPISODE 2: Are we defined by our past?

To uncover our individuality, we have to learn about our history. Being willing to explore our past is an important stepping stone on the road to understanding ourselves better. Nevertheless, it is important to acknowledge that healing takes root in the past but is only really established in the present so that it can blossom in the future.

To uncover our individuality, we have to learn about our history. Being willing to explore our past is an important stepping stone on the road to understanding ourselves better. Nevertheless, it is important to acknowledge that healing takes root in the past but is only really established in the present so that it can blossom in the future. In this conversation with Carla and M’Borika will talk about how who we were is entirely or part of who we are today and that’s because it affects us so much, given that it is the “image” of ourselves from different moments and timelines or our lives.

Références:

 

Speak Series: Navigating diasporic identities & authenticity in the African context 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5gzO_3yRL0&feature=emb_title 

Article: Identité, origines et héritage culturel – http://sayaspora.com/identite-origines-et-heritage-culturel/

Article: Should we stop romanticizing moving back home? – http://sayaspora.com/en/she-should-we-stop-romanticizing-moving-back-home/ 

Article: Une ode au pays que j’ai laissé : Nostalgie et leçon – http://sayaspora.com/une-ode-au-pays-que-jai-laisse-nostalgie-et-lecon/

Article: Une plénitude qui tire sa source d’Afrique – http://sayaspora.com/she-une-plenitude-qui-tire-sa-source-dafrique/ 

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