Dr Ephraim Kwaku Amu was a famous Ghanaian composer, musictechnologist and teacher. He was born, 13 September 1899 at Peki-Avetile or Abenase in Peki in the Volta Region a male child born on Wednesday, Kwaku. His father Stephen Amuyaa Papa Stenafo was woodcarver, mother Sarah Akoram Ama. Ephraim was baptised by Rev. Rudolf Mallet, 22 October 1899. Amu in May 1906 aged 12 at the Peki-Blengo E.P. Boarding Middle School shows his interest in music and agriculture. Enjoyed music played in church by Mr Karl Theodore Ntem who played organ. Amu’s teacher of music on organ in return for work on Mr Ntem’s farm on Saturdays taught him music he loved and did agriculture. In 1915/16 year, Amu passed the standard 7 School Leaving Certificate and Abetifi teachers Seminary Exams. With others walk 150 miles from Peki to Abetifi with boxes on head to start teacher training education. They rest at Koforidua, and Nkawkaw, Asubone and Obomen. In college joined 25 others, Amu saw some students classmates had steel bicycles built his own bicycle from wood carved from a wooden slab in the bush near college.The students discovered his handiwork named it Amu. It is on record the son of Swiss principal, Stern, enjoyed rides on Amu wooden cycle. Amu’s ingenuity led to carved wooden balls for their school games, which replaced imported balls used at the seminary. Amu completed his four-year teacher-catechist training in 1919. Newly graduating as a teacher-catechist, was one of the two preachers selected in the pulpit on behalf of fellow mates to preach to express appreciation to the tutors and townsfolk. The sermon was an assessment of the quality of the theological training offered to students. Amu chose sermon text from Matthew 25:40 for occasion themed, “the LORD will thank you for all the good you do for HIS little ones.” Amu used Twi and Ewe in his short sermon. Amu is known for his use atenteben, Ghanaian bamboo flute he promoted and popularized the instrument throughout the country, and composed music for it. Amu composed “Yen Ara Asase Ni” -This is our own land a nationally acclaimed patriotic song is performed at national functions.In 1926 Amu transferred on promotion to the Presbyterian Mission Seminary at Akropong on recommendation of the Synod Committee of the Eʋe Presbyteria Hame. At Akropong, in his new ways of doing things, actions, ideas, unorthodox. In charge of gardening request students to use waste to manure college farm the students unpleased it was a taboo for an educated man to waste. Proved example carried waste to college farm ahead of unwilling students. Dr. Ephraim Amu employed no one to sweep his rooms, wash his plates or run errands for him. No manual work too menial or hard for him, believed in using African cultural artefacts and good African technological and social inventions. He preferred title Owura to “mister” prefix to his name. Dr Ephraim Amu selected Twi names for four new college dormitories completed in 1929. On request from Mr Ferguson Principal of Akropong Training college, Amu came out with a solfa and notation of street song “Yaa Amponsa” set to his own chaste words. His students enjoyed the new song, melody and new words. The street ballad Yaa Amponsa, popular with great appeal and appreciation.Amu learnt to speak correct Akuapem Twi from the members of his Akropong Church singing band who specialised in Amu’s type of African music during the period he led and taught the group. In 1927, inspired by the contents of Wasu, a journal published by the West African Students’ Union, Amu decided he would wear African dress with pride. So not to wear warm those unsuitable European clothes in the tropical Africa. He made efforts to make Christian church service meaningful to African worshippers who were ashamed of their African clothing, language, music or their African names. As part of his ingenuity and creativity Amu introduced bamboo odurogyaba, odurogya and atɛtɛnbɛn. In 1931 after Amu preached wearing African attire on Sunday, he was summoned to appear before the church court. Rev. Peter Hall told Amu, “We were taken aback to see you conduct a Sunday service in native cloth hope you will not do this again.” Amu in his polite manner took leave of the church session but decided in his heart to continue to work in the church as a catechist and music teacher than to become minister of the Gospel to accept wearing unsuitable European dress. In June 1942, Amu married Beatrice Yao and presented a wooden box made of the finest wood instead of an imported steel trunk to his bride. Dr Amu married at the age of 43 on 3 September 1942.Dr Amu drove a truck almost similar to this with metal frames he drove around. On Saturday, 27 March 1965, University of Ghana conferred honorary degree of Doctor of Music on Ephraim Amu at University of Ghana, Legon. An Ephraim Amu Foundation was founded in 1995 launched in 2004 in his honour. Blessed to know Dr Ephraim Amu and visited his hometown to attend his son and his daughter in law friend whose wedding we attended. We knew Dr Ephraim Amu for five years in visits to his beautiful home. He is one of the great Pan African pioneers who did his part for Africa quietly in humility allowing his music and lifestyle to speak for itself. As the Ghanaians say, “a good quality product sells itself” without any attempt of spin doctor bulldozing inferior item sold. Dr Ephraim Amu did his best in life left his wonderful legacy of promoting African music, drum cultural values important to him. Dr Amu Day is celebrated as global icon ambassador of African costume culture, music, drums, organic agricultural production. He led by example, so extremely hardworking and it is a privilege to personally meet and know Dr Ephraim Amu’s works of music. He is acknowledged on currency of Ghana as a citizen who stood up for his country and traditions. Above all he loved God as a living testimony for all to see in humility to the Glory of God. Too young to fully understand or appreciate his Pan African cultural views, grateful and thankful for his life as Ho Technical college renamed after Dr Ephraim Amu.Dr Amu’s music is underway by Galaxy Music imprint of ECS publishing Group, released three titles introducing non-Ghanaian choirs to his work to stir up interest in the wider corpus. A quarter of Dr Amu’s works is published in five collections out of print. Though some scores missing, autograph manuscripts fill most of void but are unpublishable. With his daughter Misonu Amu is being developed into a new edition of Amu’s scores through a process of comparing primary sources published and versions of audio recordings in consultation with Ghanaian members of team intimately familiar with Amu’s music performance practice. This new six-volume of critical performance edition will present works according to voicing. Thirty titles per volume organized as follows: 1-3) three volumes SATB scores, 4) A volume TTBB scores 5) Volume unison/duet/trio work 6) one volume instrumental pieces. Amu held students’ interest teaching simple African tunes and rhythms studied and adapted the popular traditional African dance, song. Amu also studied Western music and traditional African Music. He studied European Music: Bach, Mozart, Hadyn and other Masters. Amu before hid studies at the Royal College of Music London 1937 had a solid foundation in theory and practice of music. He studied harmony, counterpoint, orchestration, piano, composition of musician Herbert Howells and Gordon Jacob. Amu’s music studies in Europe prepared his musical career in Gold Coast, Ghana. Dr Ephraim Kwaku from 1940, for fifty years led contemporary Ghanaian Art Music active musical life in Ghana. He established a Government Music School at Achimota and a Faculty member of University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. Established Music Department Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana at Legon as Senior Research Fellow from 1962-1971 then retired. Amu’s career created the National Orchestra of classical music in Ghana. The National Theatre, National Choir honoured Ephraim Amu, on his ninety- fifth birthday. Choir, conducted by Mrs. Dinah Reindorf performed the works by Amu. Amu’s music is classified into three distinct styles: Early period (1920-1937), middle period (1937-1951), third period (1952-1996). Early work is simple diatonic chords. Songs use duple, triple effect patterns: Biakoye (Unity), Israel Hene (King of Israel), Abibirimma (African Sons) Akwaabadwon (Welcome Song Hail Victors). Middle period works polyrhythmic polyphonic textures show fine music. Amu’s polyphonie textures in Ghanaian languages foundation for his works: Adawura Bome (Play for Me). Akyede Pa Mafo (Giver of Good Things). Amu’s works melo-rhythmic idiom of instrument music effective in writing songs vocals: Adawura Bome (S.A.T.B.) (Play For Me) percussion rhythm gong and drum of sounds as kon kon kon and pete pete pete.’ Hyiawu hunters’ song. Alegbegbe…(God Loves World). Amu’s music preserves and reflects the linguo-musical dialect music to make culture relevant to Ghanaian music composed, collected and studied.Dr Ephraim Kwaku 1958 plays bamboo flutes seprewa, atenteben, instruments developed so standardised. Akan drums atumpan and fontom in his works. His Agyinamoa Wou (demise of cat), scored to bamboo flute ensemble of Atenteben of piano. Amu provides the foundation for composers to contribute to growth sustains Ghanaian mix European music. Ethnomusicologists combine the strong academic interest in music styles. Amu’s vision influence composer’s integration of European African music element and relevant African ethnomusicology helps to understand his music distinguished by his career. Eweland music of Amu’s Asafo Ghanaian war set to Fante tunes of worship in church. Highlife popular West African music origin in Ghana use European- diatonic harmonics emphasis raised to the supertonic minor seventh, modulation dominant African rhythm. Percussive rhythm, parallel harmonics in thirds or sixths; melodic line pattern of texts, non-lexical syllables harmonic and rhythmic effects. ASεM YI DI KA Dr. E. Amu Art Music Ghanaian elements mix native with the European culture: Israel Hene (King of Israel) Odumayefo Ibrefo (Tiresome worker) Awurade Otumfo Kese (Our Great LORD) Onipa dawohoso (Be on guard) Yen Wura Jesu Anim Obi Nni Ho (None like Jesus) Wope Onyame Asenoa (To be like God) Akwaabadwon (Welcome victors) Hyiawu (Hunters’ song) Adawura borne (Play for me) Alegbegbe Mawu lɔ Xexeame (God loves world) Abibirimma (Sons of Africa) Tete Wobika (proclaim) Nenyo De Wo Dede (Perfection) Mo koso So Mforo (Keep climbing) Onyame Ne Sahene (God Captains our host) Biakoye (Unity) Asafo (War music). Bonwere Kentenwene (Bonwere weave) Mawue Naa Me, Mawue Tea Me (God gives, God withholds) Akyede Pa Mafo (Giver of good things) Yen Ara Asase Ni (This is our land) Enne Ye Anigye Da (Its a joyful day) Ennye Yen Nyame (Not to us O LORD) Sam Befa (Collect what you left behind) Asem Yi Di Ka (Prime talk).United Nations must set 13th September Dr Amu International Pan African Day to be observed by the United Nations. It is important to designate specific day as occasion to mark events, topics in order to promote awareness and action of his objectives of the Organization. Member States propose observance and General Assembly to establish by resolution his contribution to music. Celebrations by specialized agencies of United Nations UNESCO, UNICEF, FAO this issues within their scope by the General Assembly.
Works by Ephraim Amu:
Amu composed several musical pieces, briefly summed up among the others:
Dr Amu composed the next song below based on the traditional craft of Kente weaving of Ghanaian national costume. Vibrant colours of fabrics of the textiles is so bright and techniques of weaving sounds so rhythmic he composed next song. Kente is impressive but expensive was originally worn only by kings and queens for centuries. Made popular by leaders now available to all to wear on special occasions. In memory of Dr Amu Ghanaians wear cultural costumes on Fridays to work to celebrate their independence from colonialism. Still under economic yoke Dr Amu will not be amused would compose a new song.
Bonwire Kente Song:
Akyinkyinakyinkyin ama mahu nneɛma
|Akyinkyinakyinkyin ama mahu nneɛma,
Akyinkyinakyinkyin ama mate nsɛmma,
Asante Bonwire Kente nwene deɛ,
Manhu bi da o,
Asante Bonwire Kente nwene deɛ,
Manhu bi da o,
Kwame nim adeɛ yɔ
Ne kente nwono na abɔ me gye
Ne nsa; ne nan, n’asadua saa nie:
Kro, kro, krohikro,
Hi, hi, hi, hi,
Krohikro hi krokrokro,
Hi, hi, hi, hi,
Na ɛyɛ me dɛ o,
Na ɛyɛ me dɛ o,
Na abɔ me gye koraa,
Na ɛyɛ me dɛ o,
Na abɔ me gye koraa.
|Roaming about has made me observe things,
Roaming about has made me hear of stories,
As for Asante Bonwire Kente weaving,
I’ve never seen some before
As for Asante Bonwire Kente weaving,
I’ve never seen some before
Kwame knows his craft His expert Kente weaving, amazes me.
His hands; his feet, the loom sound thus:
Kro, kro, krohikro,
Hi, hi, hi, hi,
An 11 year old helped 20,000 homeless people by giving them “Blessing Bags.” In Chicago, IL Jahkil Jackson the 11-year old boy from Chicago already helped over 20,000 homeless people in his city by giving away ‘Blessing Bags’ through his organization Project I Am. At young age of 8, started helping people through small ways and he is up for bigger goals as he grows older. “Seeing people on the street made me really sad and I thought everybody had homes,” Jackson told Today. Jackson was 5-years old when he first saw a homeless person. Since then, he asked his mother if they could buy houses for all homeless people. It seems a far-fetched idea a young child, made efforts to help through his organization Project I Am established when he was 8-years old. He gives toiletries, food, and water stuffed in what he called ‘Blessing Bags’ to homeless people in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Idaho and Virginia. His efforts are not limited nationally he helps internationally like orphans in Mbabane, Swaziland, volcano victims in Guatemala, hurricane survivors in Florida, Houston and Puerto Rico. “Giving bags to people makes me feel like getting step closer to demolishing the whole homeless thing… it makes me happy to see the smiles on their faces,” Jackson said. Jackson, who was named Youth Ambassador for one of a world’s anti-poverty organizations Heartland Alliance International in 2016, has been acknowledged by the former President Barack Obama of three most influential people of 2017. “To know someone like him knows my name, supports what I do encourages me to keep doing every day,” he said in interview with Forbes. Basketball superstar LeBron James recognized him helps promote Project I Am. Jackson, who loves basketball as a fan and a player, dreams of having his NBA team one day. Jackson help the less-fortunate people in any way he can. “There’s way more homeless people in the world I can help, that I need to help.”In Birmingham, AL Ethan Hill, a 9-year old boy from Alabama, is applauded for his efforts of giving back to community by helping the homeless. He purchased 100 sleeping bags and food for homeless in Birmingham. For two years Ethan has been helping homeless in every holiday season by giving sleeping bags and care packages. In third year doing so, Ethan is trying to make sure he gets to help more homeless people set goal buying 100 $10 sleeping bags. Ethan and family fundraising campaign on Facebook is to raise funds for the homeless raised over $6,500. His advocacy caught attention of City of Birmingham and Mayor Randall Woodfin, who described his efforts as “servant leadership at its finest,” wrote on Twitter. Academy Sports, Outdoors reached out to Ethan and offered him a $1,000 shopping spree to contribute to his initiative. The store opened early to accommodate Ethan purchases sleeping bags, gloves, cold weather socks, hand warmers, meal assortment buckets, and more for the homeless people. What a great example these two young boys are to encourage all to show compassion to the homeless. A veteran soldier became homeless after injuring his back. He had a pregnant wife at home and medical bills unpaid. Yet when he found wallet full.of cash run after the owner to give it back. When asked why, he said its the right thing to do it did not belong to him so there are honest poor people in this world. He was rewarded for his honesty but spent the money for food shared with the other homeless people around him. The wallet owner saw his action so gave him more insisting that he keeps it for himself and his family. Jesus said by giving to the least into give to Him. God says kindness to the poor touches HIM to heal. Children are given boxes to save to give to the poor. And pray daily three times if they “neglect the poor in society God must curse them.” I was surprised at their prayer but they practice what they teach. Is example to others to learn from them. So never underestimate the homeless if you talk to them you realise they were once successful people. Some in high positions of society they owned homes, raised family but due to health issues or divorce end up homeless. The word of God says a nation is judged by how they treat the poor in society. There are negative stereotype images of what a homeless person is. Mother Theresa said poor people are the most kindest they share the little they have. Another Maryland boy hands out ‘Hero Boxes’ to homeless vets for Thanksgiving Day and others on Christmas day too numerous to include all in this post. An eight-year-old boy from Maryland gave back this Thanksgiving by providing homeless veterans with ‘Hero Bags’ filled with warm clothes and hygiene products. On Tuesday, Tyler Shillings and his mother, Andrea Blackstone, gave out 65 of the bags to needy men and women who served. Giving is not just about money, a smile, talking to homeless treating them with dignity rather than as scum of the earth makes God very happy because all people are HIS creation and HE loves them all too. God provides more than enough resources for all and all to be like little children to enter the Kingdom of God in Jesus Name. Some received by Christ for such godly deeds they did not realise God notices so keeps records of. Bedford teenager foregoes birthday gifts to help food banKatya Barwood 13, chose items nappies, tin openers, toiletries and washing-up liquid. The 13-year-old girl asked for charity donations instead of birthday presents handed over groceries worth of £500 to a food bank. Katya Barwood, of Bedford, wanted to help those less fortunate than her. “I got way more joy giving them the food rather than having presents all to myself,” she said. Bedford Foodbank manager Sarah Broughton said Katya’s donation was “unusual” and described her as an “amazing and incredible young lady.Katya said she got the idea after visiting food bank with her Scout group. Used donations to pay for large online supermarket order. A lot of people need help but the charity can’t help all, so I thought instead of me having a birthday that was all about me, I could do something to help them,” she said. I’m probably a lot more fortunate than they are and they deserve to have this so I put them before me. Her father Tom Barwood, said: “She is a very single-minded and motivated girl and when she gets an idea, off she goes.”Ms Broughton said Katya’s donation weighed about 260kg (41st) would make 108 meals. The charity is currently feeding about 650 people a month, and last academic year fed 7,433, she said. After her father praised her endeavours on Facebook page We Are Bedford, Carly Kaczorowski, who has used a foodbank, said: “What an amazing young lady you have raised. “Too many children nowadays only think of themselves and or material items. She is a credit to you.”
An extravagant couple married in style borrowed money so cost will be covered guests shocked by meagre gifts died due to shame and embarrassment. Debts to people to be paid after fantasy wedding, did not receive gifts of money expected. Marriage as competition to outdo others drives naive couples to do outrageous grand things beyond their means. Just to impress social media virtual friends cheering them on with unrealitic ideas and demands real family consulted does not condone such input of the marriage. Inflates ego couple thinks life translates into actual materisl support in physical terms. Refuse to keep it simple and save for married life consider it as beneath their social standing. Demands made by them contract different people as suitor proves ability to cater for the needs of the woman. Custom of items presented for the hand of the woman is so costly it ruins the man and their union. Items of clothes for the bride, livestock, food, drinks, cattle provides for the marriage feast. Sometimes whole towns partakes in the marriage are accommodated and fed during ceremony. Her clothes reflect womanhood and the fabrics provided to her carry baby on her body so she can thrive. Marriages combine three stages of engagement, family tradition and the church wedding. This is triple costs and some engagements could be a marriage if well thought through. And Hollywood grandstyle marriage films impact young people looking up to modern ways than maintaining the tradition of the elders seen as old fashioned. The couple often isolate themselves from family, friends or well wishers so blinded by blindspots make numerous mistakes. Some highly educated feel above listening to family members uneducated like them. Listen to backbone members of a family so the relationship is enabled to thrive. Do not fix minds on fantasy things in error of ways proved wrong later others were right all along can be too late as the tragic story highlights. There is not much difference in life after marriage except responsibility and commitment and sacrifices. Fantasy life in films and romance fiction misleads to think “life is “happily ever after.” Preoccupation with planning wedding to honeymoon period blinds them to a reality of married life. Assume they are different, unlike other people, will prove others wrong by their naive choices. Stubborn, strong headed refuse to listen to advise self destruct. If you CAN AFFORD IT PERSONALLY then enjoy your wealth because its your own money you deserve it. If dependent on the goodwill donation of other people to sponsor you BE WISE KEEP IT SIMPLE BE HUMBLE. There is nothing “out there” so LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT. To plan wedding beyond realistic means speculating on unpredictable gifts from guests is utmost ignorance. In a world of people barely able to feed themselves or pay their bills its unrealistic expectation to presume they will find now money to sponsor fantasy. This is a serious matter to carefully consider to apply wisdom to marry within your means and live with peace of mind owing no man anything except love. To avoid the competition of marriage it is best to plan, to save and prepare for years in advance to avoid heartache of owing other people for a lifetime. The glossy magazines does not make wedding plan choice easy to know you will be living with consequences of life laden with debt while you fight and resent each other. Lifestyle alterations for worse involves desire for grander marriage ceremonies led many to debt and ruin. Focus energies and attention to the day of marriage and making little provision for days ahead, some couples anticipate the marriage bliss turn sour with quarrels as debtors pressure them to retrieve the unpaid funds borrowed.The single-roomed house in Githurai 44 estate, Nairobi couple committed suicide. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITUA Kenyan couple took their lives after the lavish wedding anticipating receiving of generous gifts and cash, but given rude awakening by wealthy friends, relatives and associates given little funds left best wishes and flowers. Kenya-today.co.ke reports Mr. & Mrs. Odipo saddled with debt committed suicide four days after the Ksh7.9 million or $78,000 wedding. A reported suicide note left behind by the couple reads: “We are embarrassed & ashamed that we could not start our new life in happiness as you people did not make us happy as we expected.” As happens with some wedding receptions, couple complained of invitees coming only to feast with no gifts adding they couldn’t even go on their honeymoon as planned. It emerged the wedding held at a five-star hotel with special guests, VVIPs and VIPs in session of whom the deceased couple bragged about as being millionaires will bring expensive gifts and cash. And a family member claimed three choppers hired ferried families and the couple. The unexpected death hit both families in Kisumu-a Kenyan port city on Lake Victoria. Families must find extra money to bury them. If could renegotiate or crowd fund to pay debts by sharing true state of affairs do so the families prefer you to live.
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One day my younger sister and I found some tiger nuts strewn onto the soil of our mini garden. So the first thing that came to our minds was someone was trying to plant them. We asked around and it turned out my brother was the one who threw it into the garden. When asked if he was trying to plant them he said apparently the nuts labelled rotten, not viable so he threw it away.
Lesson 1: In this life, people will label you lots of things but its how you see yourself through eyes of God that matters most.We forgot about the tiger nuts for about a month and then while weeding the garden one Saturday noticed a strange grass never seen before. As I uprooted the little intruders I found tiger nuts at the roots!!! I was surprised! Tiger nuts are usually sold by Hausa men is mostly grown in the north. In a mini survey I asked people what they thought of tiger nuts growing in the South where I stay, and they said its impossible.Lesson 2: There are a lot of stereotypes that we can allow to keep our potentials in a box. Sometimes we need to come out of the box and do what no other person thought was possible. Imagine if the nuts had said, ‘Folks don’t believe that we can grow here. Oh well let’s go ahead and rot because it’s not for us.’ Life lessons from the tiger nut is give life a chance don’t throw it away because if other peoples views it opinions. One man’s rubbish is another ones treasure, take a chance and don’t rush decisions to loose good things.I continued monitoring my latest babies two months and the pumpkin plant was trying ruin the tiger nuts. The pumpkins grew climbed over or around anything in its path. Know someone like that? In life selfcentred people don’t think about others or any consideration for feelings of other people. Its me me me so hurts others, lack social awareness etiquette.
Lesson 3: Not everyone wants success of others around them even if they succeed too. They climb over and push others to the bottom or make it impossible to get resources nutrients to grow. Christians understand the Holy Spirit leads inyo all truth. Climbers plants need boundary of poles to direct the creeping plants to help under plants get sunshine too to thrive. Despite challenges tiger nuts faced from the imposing pumpkin the tiger nuts did grow after taking action not to let tiger nuts be a push over. Pumpkin learnt to not deprive others to stop growing. As a lesson work with God’s visions not just your selfish ambitions. God will supply all your needs through Christ Jesus take care of HIS work through you and take of others needs too says Philippians 1:6. There is more than enough resources on earth if there is justice fairness to share God’s property with all HIS creation. Do not let greed destroy your soul enemy of God to end up in hellfire. God sustains the deprived to provide for their basic necessities but unfortunately circumstances destroy others before the help becomes available. Whatever your case your soul’s eternal life is accounted for to God whether religious or not. This tiger survived and thrived despite risks from the pumpkin. Don’t waste any time waiting on pumpkin to do right thing so you can thrive it will never happen for its incapable of ever putting others first if left to its own devices.
Months after I harvested my nuts, some terrible insects never seen or identified attacked the pumpkin plant in a terrible way it was reduced to a string of veins looking like cobwebs growing from the soil. The pumpkin spread itself too thin to grow properly to bear good fruits for good success. It got the climbing poles too late to direct its path along it and to thrive since the tigernuts not originally included in this mini garden design.Its damage started by unhealthy spread out demanding to take all the nutrients attracted unknown insects. Yet the tiger nut resisted the strange insects perhaps pollinating on its flowers nemesis to the pumpkin. Somehow the threat posed by the giant pumpkin to the little tiger nuts suddenly disappeared so the tiger nuts survived. Only God knows the details of pumpkin versus tiger nut territory war.
Lessons from the Tiger Nut
The damage started against tiger nuts turned into the friendly fire imploding self destruction of the pumpkin. Tiger made it and harvested is processed inyo sumptuous varities of delicious menus and healthy organic drinks ike what’s in the picture above. For those who don’t know it yet God always comes through for the defenceless helpless underdog.
Lesson 4: And there is no peace for the wicked. Need I say more? Shalom!
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