Author: Minkhenso

THE CALLING SEASON 2

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TLANGIE

People hurt us and expect us not to feel pain or retaliate in anyway..yes I am a child of the ancestors yes I am the chosen one but at the end of the day am human and I get hurt just like anyone else. Other children of the ancestors turn to retaliate in a wrong way by inflicting pain using their gifts and powers but I don't blame them people poke you and then expect you to clap your hands and cheer them. I was mad at my grandmother for what she was doing to us but I wasn't going to hate her or hurt her back but forgiving her right now was just a bit far from me. I woke up and did my chores then called David and told him I was on my way to Springs just for the weekend. I prepared isiwasho and other things for the couple who came to consult a few days back. After the couple came I went to my room and told my guides I was leaving then went to board a taxi to Springs. When I got to David's house idlozi decided to wake up and vusela to him and the students who were there and then we made our way inside the house. We went to David's hut then the students started uku hlola then we went to the main house and had dinner. Being at David's house I felt really safe and at home...on Saturday we went to section 12 there was a mgidi there and it was lovely to watch and join in on the dancing...on Sunday late afternoon I was part of the consultation with David and his students it took so long but at the end we finished then he accompanied me home. On the way we spoke about everything and adviced me to just forgive my grandmother and ask my guides for guidance in everything before I got off the car he gave me a wooden walking stick that had red blue and white beads. After I got inside the flat I felt really sad being at David's house made me feel at home no offense to my aunt but I didn't belong here with her but with my dad and people who do what I do...


TLANGIE

People hurt us and expect us not to feel pain or retaliate in anyway..yes I am a child of the ancestors yes I am the chosen one but at the end of the day am human and I get hurt just like anyone else. Other children of the ancestors turn to retaliate in a wrong way by inflicting pain using their gifts and powers but I don't blame them people poke you and then expect you to clap your hands and cheer them. I was mad at my grandmother for what she was doing to us but I wasn't going to hate her or hurt her back but forgiving her right now was just a bit far from me. I woke up and did my chores then called David and told him I was on my way to Springs just for the weekend. I prepared isiwasho and other things for the couple who came to consult a few days back. After the couple came I went to my room and told my guides I was leaving then went to board a taxi to Springs. When I got to David's house idlozi decided to wake up and vusela to him and the students who were there and then we made our way inside the house. We went to David's hut then the students started uku hlola then we went to the main house and had dinner. Being at David's house I felt really safe and at home...on Saturday we went to section 12 there was a mgidi there and it was lovely to watch and join in on the dancing...on Sunday late afternoon I was part of the consultation with David and his students it took so long but at the end we finished then he accompanied me home. On the way we spoke about everything and adviced me to just forgive my grandmother and ask my guides for guidance in everything before I got off the car he gave me a wooden walking stick that had red blue and white beads. After I got inside the flat I felt really sad being at David's house made me feel at home no offense to my aunt but I didn't belong here with her but with my dad and people who do what I do...


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