Kopano Matlwa Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Kopano Matlwa Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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You will find, Ofilwe, that the people you strive so hard to be like will one day reject you because as much as you may pretend, you are not one of their own. Then you will turn back, but there too you will find no acceptance, for those you once rejected will no longer recognize the thing you have become. So far, too far to return. So much, too much you have changed. Stuck between two worlds, shunned by both. Kopano Matlwa Sayings: You will find, Ofilwe, that the people you strive so hard to be like will
Uncle wanted to eat his pie and then have us feel sorry for him because it was making him fat. Kopano Matlwa Sayings: Uncle wanted to eat his pie and then have us feel sorry for him because
I am not used to hating. Hate sits heavy on my heart. It reeks. I can smell it rotting my insides and I taste it on my tongue. Kopano Matlwa Sayings: I am not used to hating. Hate sits heavy on my heart. It reeks. I
Tshepo reckons that it is inevitable that one's circle of friends will become smaller as one grows older. He reasons that when we begin we are similar, like two glasses of water sitting side by side on a clean tray. There is very little that differentiates us. We are simple beings whose interests do not extend beyond playing touch and kicking balls.
However, like the two glasses of water forgotten on a tray in the reading room, we start to collect bits. Bits of fluff, bits of a broken beetle wing, bits of bread, bits of pollen, bits of shed epithelial cells, bits of hair, bits of toilet paper, bits of airborne fungal organisms, bits of bits. All sorts of bits. No two combinations the same. Just like with the glasses of water, Environment, jealous of our fundamentality, bombards our basic minds with complexity. So we become frighteningly dissimilar, until there is very little that holds us together.
Kopano Matlwa Sayings: Tshepo reckons that it is inevitable that one's circle of friends will become smaller as