Category Archives: spiritual alignment

Global Moral Always Rules

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi with Internative Digital @756Writing

 

With me at UWC they did this to Haile Selassie glory: “Niccolo
Machiavelli (1469-1527) an Italian politician and political
philosopher. After a frustrated political career Machiavelli turned to writing. His best book known are “The Prince” (1513) and “Discourse” (1514). In the Prince he argues, even though leaders should appear virtuous and honorable, the successful ruler is the person who acts without regard for conventional morality. Rulers should do what ever it takes to preserve liberty and economic glory on behalf of the state, this makes state survival a value in its self”. I think he is supporting Emperor Haile Selassie. HIM is divine mighty ruler forever, ambushes don’t work. Nobody can over throw HIM Royalness. HIM is the most high.

Also Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is our father he is good. My life is good so far because of leaders like him. With moral leadership Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki did well but as its an inclusive democracy depending on majority choice more people lack education to inform their choice for the better.

Our nation is set for accountability. We have a great constitutional democracy.

 

Our constitutional democracy is strong, its people through hardwork will always find ways to keep it well. Our democracy empowers everyone.

As Iam a liberal ideal Rastafarian I find that Dr Joelien Pretorius
together with Kenny Bafo they did this to me in rememberance of the battle of the Adwa, were with Haile Selassie in charge Ethiopia defeated Benito Musolini when Italy tried to invade Ethiopia.

 

With Mengistu Haile Mariam defeat it was just because of Emperor Haile Selassie ignorance at its best.

In the 1960 Mandela got arrested for 27 years when he went to leaders like Selassie for military help and support.

Eversince the organisation of Africa in the 1960s, leaders like
Haile Selassie, Kwame Nkruma, etc even while South Africa was not free, with Nelson Mandela going to meet them  for support, then get jailed, in significance Africa and the world had to wait for him till he was released on the 1990s. He peacefully freed our nation for democracy, for that then we can all say we are free. So these leaders are effective in their rule.

 

So the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was not well organised, because South Africa was not free from apartheid. Until it came to civilised decision. Starting a new free democratic nation that we can enjoy as Africans. Our people did well to recognise the accomplishment. Even Thabo Mbeki became the first chairperson when in 2001 the OAU became the African Union (AU). Thats what goodness consideration ruling does. Its about sharing rules. In the world we have reached foundation of our best interest for solution. They will always stand over. Lets deal with it ignorance never really helps. We can never abandon available good ways of doing things. That even caught up with South Africa the last nation to be liberated in Africa.

 

All these leaders I have mentioned above have proved that
conventional morality does work, in that field they have been
distinct, they have lead us right. I think I am patient with our
nation and African rule.

REFERENCE
McGowan, P. & Nel, P. 2002. Power, wealth and global equity: An International Relations Text Book For Africans. UCT Press

and

Baylis, J. & Smith, S. 2005. The globalisation of world politics: An introduction to international relations. Oxford University press

REAL RECOGNIZE REAL IN THIS MONKEY BUSINESS.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

THE SPARK THAT RESULTED IN SO SAID RACIST TWEETS. They just cry freedom. Last year on the 31st December, Thursday reminded by Manchester United facebook page post about Sir Alex Ferguson’s birthday, that day on my facebook I posted “Irieness has costed my priorities and smart moves that I had no way to complain. Yoh crime doesn’t pay”. I started being a Manchester United Fan when he retired as a coach. By Monday, 4th of January 2016, starting the new week, which was the beginning of business for the year, places opening from holidays. Then still alive as Lucky Dube sang that “Crime doesn’t pay, education is the key”.

I guess then my posts became a spark because the Democratic Alliance leader Penny Sparrow likened KwaZulu Natal province beach goers to monkeys, that, that is how they are.Now you see the connection between Monday, key, monkey and man. Then the Standard Bank boss/ economist, Chris Hart also did his part on the whole circus on social media, also found to be about racism. How about those that work under him? Hart did well for resigning this week.

It took me to the end of 2015 #RhodesMustFall and #FeesMustFall student protest, that here it goes again in 2016. And also that was the week for Angie Motshekga the Minister of Basic Education to announce the Matric 2015 results, the Western Cape had top pass rate and the Eastern Cape was the last in all provinces. Also with Independent Examination Board results already announced that weekend with 98.3% passrate. That was the week that set the standard and determines the future of South African young people, especially having to pass to further your studies to tertiary institutions. An issue that was still hard to solve in 2015 at our universities

This whole spark reminds me of the ganja struggle for success, how it has costed my priorities and smart moves, making me now broke.

I know I was suppose now to be painful but I am not complaining, they say inyembezi zam aziweli phantsi (my tears wont fall down), its nothing, things will workout. Jah will see me through.

As a spark I feel that something is being done about it, I see that from the things that are happening.

I talk expressing my self then something happens. Ayipheli into ndiyithetha( I make sense). For me I am loyal to our democracy here and else where. I call on all the people lets rise up to the occasion.

Ever since studying at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) I have been challenges by the monkey business or socialism making me to ask how social affiliation is measured, what is happening with that.Believe me I am humbled, I had studied at UWC, being around Bellville.

I think I know how Lucky Dube felt ever since 2007. With the national condition in 2005 to 2009. That also the years I lost my (grand) ma, may their soul Rest In Peace. On his song Lucky Dube said “you don’t have to know my political affiliation … or … my religious affiliation, give me Respect… I want to see respect”. That time I was still concerned for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu as he was still UWC Chancellor to graduate me, on doctors order I dropped out. In that situation uLucky Dube ngumfeli wethu ( he is like our savior). That moment Bongi Dube came with an album that ” I don’t want to go around shaking hands with my enemies”, that “uyimbali”. Wyclif Jean also release a song that ‘Lucky Dube is a prophet’.

I wish we aligned with leaders like Helen Zille and Thabo Mbeki. They held themselves in positions with honour. Not what is happening now, the social networks going bananas in Mzansi or should I say that is RSA for you. Racist Econo- Political leadership indicating lack of moral. The Tutus to guide us are old, they have done their work universally, yet a lot still need to be done for us, more of by us to reach their levels and do more. A lot needs to be done.

Cliff was right when he said this monkey business was freedom of speech. He got fired for that as MNET Idols judge, and the court ruled on his favor and he got his job back. Focusing on racism waste everyones time with nothing to gain. Lets keep away from it. Lets set it out of our system.

The good leaders I mentioned in this writing their words and work still lives on, for those who still want to make a good progress to better life, that is still relevant.

South Africa is given respect internationally because of them. They have set the foundation, standard and conditioned us well.

We are free that means its up to each individual to do success for his life. Now its still the time lets not be distracted by negativity.

From the young age we need to take education seriously, its the process to success. It allows men and women to be independent. It is a key to true freedom, than succumbing to failures of racism.

Nobody thought me that, this written here is my own consciousness. Can I say I have a spiritual power

This nation was built on premises of goodness and peace. That’s the way we always prevail. For me I can say I see no racism in this but just working class foolishness. Clearly we want an open society, where everyone is free. And its true education that make us live a better life.Let us be beautiful like Mandela and Mbeki

PERFECT DAY TO WRITE ABOUT TUTU

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi with Internative Digital @756Writing

While I was still at high school doing matric at Thembelihle Senior Secondary School in 2005, our school took us to the University of the Western Cape (UWC) open day  to learn about different careers we can follow at UWC. I got lucky to receive a free registration fee prize to study at UWC the following year and it was the start of great spiritual growth.

When I was born in 1984  Father Desmond Tutu received a Nobel Peace Prize. Eish I took too long to graduate, as I started at UWC in 2006, at age 22. If did not dropout 2008, the year President Thabo Mbeki was recalled and of global depression could had been my final year. I could have been graduated by him in March 2009, in time as he was retiring in 2011 as UWC chancellor.

As I dropped out I came back in 2010 the year UWC celebrating 50 anniverssary since its establishment and year of the Fifa World Cup, to finish my Bachelor of Arts degree, that year was so great as even a lecturer Dr Joeleen Pretorius at her final lecture in front of the class called me saying “Mr Sesi man of peace and love What do you think of the International Relations” that she was lecturing as I was seriously listening to understand I replied with “no comment” I did not expect for her to select me.
But now like the Tutus she opened me. On my own I had really written a lot about politics and International relations, I am doing projects with United Nations, etc. I want to be great international icon like Tutu, Mandela, Graca, Anan, etc. And 2011 happened to be my final and even if it gave me a hard time, with that challenge I missed about 3 marks to pass English Functional Grammar and graduate in 2012 as the first group of students under the new Chancellor Archbishop of the Cape Town Anglican Church Dr Thabo Cecil Mokgoba.
I am still thankful for every experience I had at UWC I enjoyed myself.
Eish even for Father Tutu in 2011 was a hard year as the government couldn’t allow His Holiness Dalai Lama to attend to his invite to address the first annual Desmond  Tutu International Peace Lecture at UWC to mark Tutus 80th birthday. For that he had to deliver it online through Google hangout.
On the 12 March 2013 the day of selecting a new pope as Pope Benedict XVI retired end 2012, on the 12th I became the second group to graduate under the new Chancellor Thabo Mokgoba. He is great I am still happy.
I remember that I became graduate on the year former president Nelson Mandela passed away. He said that education is the weapon that you can use to change the world, and he believed that education is how a child of a farm worker can become a president of a country…. That directly talks to me. Individually it signifies a new happy era, and I believe I have a brighter future.
I have become a good writer, not even the sky is the limit. With that happening I have been watching my spiritual consciousness change and grow.
As we celebrate 22 years of democracy and peace in South Africa lets take note.

I think I have always aligned with father Desmond Tutu.

When I came at our high school in 1999, our school still in town, District Six was Zinza Senior Secondary School. Me doing standard 6 (Grade 8) we were taking free buses to this school while still in town. School was good with my friends, some I came with
from primary school, ooEddy, Lonwabo, etc.

In year 2000 our school new building was finished, Zinza was then moved to Town Two in Khayelitsha. Launching the new school in 2001 our school became Thembelihle Senior Secondary School  with Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Cape Town Njongonkulu Ndungane present as key speaker to open the school.

Also while I was still at Thembelihle Senior Secondary School in 2003 to 2005 I was in the Township Debating League (TDL), a programme provided by Univeristy of Cape Town students. We held tournaments at our schools and University of Cape Town.

Straight to University of the Western Cape in 2006

It was good when in Matric, Thembelihle Senior Secondary School took us to University of the Western Cape Career Open Day. At
University of the Western Cape open day I won a registration bursary.

That’s how then I ended up settling  to study at University of the Western Cape. The Anglican Church of Cape Town Archbishop Emeritus before Njongonkulu Ndungane, Mr Desmond Tutu was still a Chancellor at University of the Western Cape, he retired
in 2011 at University of the Western Cape. Njongonkulu Ndungane now is the Chair of Council at University of Cape Town with Graca Machel the widow of Nelson Mandela as the Chancellor.

When from dropping out at University of the Western Cape in 2008 then coming back in 2010 I ended graduating 12th March 2013 by the new Chancellor and current Anglican Church Archbishop Thabo Mokgoba. It was a happy day for me being accompanied by my sister

Thokozile Sesi and his friend. I truly enjoyed.

Also when I dropped out at University of the Western Cape in 2008, while living at my parents house in Crossroads I joined drama classes with Nyanga Arts Development, from there a University of Cape Town student in our drama class group told us about the SHAWCO Masizikhulise Programme. With them I did 4 months Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Courses.

So I have always been aligned with father DesMOND Tutu all my life. From 1984 when I born, him receiving a Nobel Peace Prize, to studying at University of the Western Cape, etc to meeting him at Central Home Affairs in Cape Town 2012.

PLEASE JOIN THE FORGIVENESS CHALLENGE- For me it softened all the anguish, and made me look at people better:

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THE SPARK THAT RESULTED IN SO SAID RACIST TWEETS.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

Them just cry freedom. Last year on the 31st December, Thursday reminded by Manchester United facebook page post about Sir Alex Ferguson’s birthday, that day on my facebook I posted “Irieness has costed my priorities and smart moves that I had no way to complain. Yoh crime doesn’t pay”. I started being a Manchester United Fan when he retired as a coach. By Monday, 4th of January 2016, starting the new week, which was the beginning of business for the year, places opening from holidays. Then still alive as Lucky Dube sang that “Crime doesn’t pay, education is the key”.

I guess then my posts became a spark because the Democratic Alliance leader Penny Sparrow likened KwaZulu Natal province beach goers to monkeys, that, that is how they are.Now you see the connection between Monday, key, monkey and man. Then the Standard Bank boss/ economist, Chris Hart also did his part on the whole circus on social media, also found to be about racism. How about those that work under him?

It took me to the end of 2015 #RhodesMustFall and #FeesMustFall student protest, that here it goes again in 2016. And also that was the week for Angie Motshekga the Minister of Basic Education to announce the Matric results. Also with Independent Examination Board results already announced that weekend with 98.3% passrate. That was the week that set the standard and determines the future of South African young people, especially having to pass to further your studies to tertiary institutions. An issue that was still hard to solve in 2015 at our universities

This whole spark reminds me of the ganja struggle for success, how it has costed my priorities and smart moves, making me now broke.

I know I was suppose now to be painful but I am not complaining, they say inyembezi zam aziweli phantsi (my tears wont fall down), its nothing, things will workout. Jah will see me through.

As a spark I feel that something is being done about it, I see that from the things that are happening.

I talk expressing my self then something happens. Ayipheli into ndiyithetha( I make sense). For me I am loyal to our democracy here and else where. I call on all the people lets rise up to the occasion.

Ever since studying at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) I have been challenges by the monkey business or socialism making me to ask how social affiliation is measured, what is happening with that.Believe me I am humbled, I had studied at UWC, being around Bellville.

I think I know how Lucky Dube felt ever since 2007. With the national condition in 2005 to 2009. That also the years I lost my (grand) ma, may their soul Rest In Peace. On his song Lucky Dube said “you don’t have to know my political affiliation … or … my religious affiliation, give me Respect… I want to see respect”. That time I was still concerned for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to graduate me at UWC, on doctors order I dropped out. In that situation uLucky Dube ngumfeli wethu ( he is like our savior). That moment Bongi Dube came with an album that ” I don’t want to go around shaking hands with my enemies”, that “uyimbali”. Wyclif Jean also release a song that ‘Lucky Dube is a prophet’.

I wish we aligned with leaders like Helen Zille and Thabo Mbeki. They held themselves in positions with honour. Not what is happening now, the social networks going bananas in Mzansi or should I say that is RSA for you. Racist Econo- Political leadership indicating lack of moral. The Tutus to guide us are old, they have done their work universally, yet a lot still need to be done for us, more of by us to reach their levels and do more. A lot needs to be done.

The leaders I mentioned in this writing their words and work still lives on, for those who still want to make a good progress to better life, that is still relevant.

South Africa is given respect internationally because of them. They have set the foundation, standard and conditioned us well.

We are free that means its up to each individual to do success for his life. Now its still the time lets not be distracted by negativity.

From the young age we need to take education seriously, its the process to success. It allows men and women to be independent. It is a key to true freedom, than succumbing to failures of racism.

Nobody thought me that, this written here is my own consciousness. Can I say I have a spiritual power

This nation was built on premises of goodness and peace. That’s the way we always prevail. For me I can say I see no racism in this but just working class foolishness. Clearly we want an open society, where everyone is free. And its true education that make us live a better life.Let us be beautiful like Mandela and Mbeki.