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[03/04/19]   What is your Salary?
I am not interested in the amount but the type
of salary.
.
My friend, there are different types of salaries.
Read till the end and you will
understand.
There is no average income.
The rich are becoming richer, while the poor
are getting poorer.
.
There is no middle class because it has
completely disappeared.
Salary, is a specific amount of money that an
employee is paid for work done.
.
The big question is, Which type do you earn?
1. Onion Salary: - You grab it, you open it,
and you cry.
.
2. Storm Salary: - You don’t know when it’s
coming or going.
3. Menstrual Salary: - It comes once a
month and lasts only four or 5 days.
4. Magic Salary: - You touch it and it
disappears.
5. Amnesia Salary: - You can’t remember
what you spent it on.
6. Time Travelling Salary: - You spend it
paying various debts even before you collect it.
7. Active Salary - Once you stop working, it
stops.
.
But there is another one called RESIDUAL
INCOME
What is Residual Income?
~You work once, and it keeps paying you over
and over and over again even AFTER you have
stopped working.
Whether it's magic salary, amnesia salary or
onion salary, the moment it STOPS coming,
your life becomes unbearable.
Financial LITERACY is the tool needed to
TRANSFORM your salary into a RESIDUAL
INCOME, so you can create financial freedom
and time freedom.
~ONLY YOUR INVESTMENT can keep you going
even after all the onions, amnesty, traveling,
active salaries have left you drenched.
Research has it that the poorest group of people
in the world are Salary earners, next to
beggars.
.
They live in a vicious cycle of poverty managed
on 30 days. Salary is continuously being
awaited every month and any slight delay
brings about heartbreaking anxiety, pressure
and disappointment.
~Salary Is a short term solution to a life time
problem.
Salary alone cannot solve your money problems.
You need multiple Sources of income to balance.
The tax returns form contains about 11 income
streams, salary is just one.
Don't live Your Life fishing with just one hook,
there are many fishes in the ocean.
~Salary is the MEDICINE for managing
POVERTY, not the CURE. Only your BUSINESS
or INVESTMENT Cures Poverty
Most investors are not salary earners.
The difference between those beggars on the
street and salary earners is one month's
salary.
~Truncate the flow of their salary for one
month and you would realize majority belong to
the lower class.
If you divide your salary by the rate of
exchange, you will discover that you are
poorer, relative to when you started work.
Or divide your salary per annum by 2,000 hours
to know what your one hour is worth.
If you do not have 3 months salary in savings,
you are already poor.
Being a salary earner is a mentality, break it!
Your worth Is far more than your salary.
Salary Is the value someone has put on your
effort, How much do you value yourself?
You can't increase in value, unless you VALUE
yourself differently.
Life is a trade off between time, effort and
reward. To be rewarded more, you have to
become more valuable.
Most salary earners end up poor in the long and
short term.
Salary is the bribe they gave you to forget
your dreams.
I therefore urge every one of us to be
~FINANCIALLY INTELLIGENT, ~FINANCIALLY
LITERATE and TRAIN OUR EYES TO SEE
OPPORTUNITIES IN PROBLEMS. Delve into
entrepreneurship because Salary is a lifetime
disappointment.
Being a salary earner or investor is a decision.
Life Will not change until you decide.

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[01/15/19]   The late Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 veteran writer. Dambudzo Marechera's letter to his white ex girlfriend.

He was a free spirit

“Dear Samantha

I think by now you have heard what happened when those hypocrites in administration chased me from their white university giving me an option between being sectioned or expelled. I chose the latter, a decision which shocked them out of their warped wits. I have forgiven them because together with you they thought as an African student from some remote Southern African country I was privileged for receiving tertiary education at Oxford, a learning institution they have overrated as a citadel of knowledge just like Cambridge or Harvard. It is such academic mad houses that keep on churning out arrogant, snobbish, hypocritical and pea-minded bastards who enter the world with the superior airs of holier-than-thou, we and them attitude calling themselves Doctors, Professors or any stupid titles to distance themselves other ordinary folks whom they look down on as dunces.

These idiots have done little in changing the world for a better place. If anything, they have contributed in making it worse by joining their counterparts in the right-wing maggoty camp influencing policies that worsen this Babylon called earth.They wear gowns and mortar boards receiving degrees from pink-faced old blokes who shake their hands and congratulate them for entering the world of knowledge.

I am glad I never graduated to attend the graduation ceremony which I find nauseating. If I had, I vow I would have dressed in my blue jeans with a T-shirt or overall just to show how stupid the all f**king thing is.
I had the same experience at the University of Rhodesia which was normally attended by middle class white boys when those white buffoons in administration kept telling us black students how lucky we were to receive education at the institution of high learning.
You always accused me of being strange, eccentric, bohemian or even mad. I can assure you that I am as sane as any bloke right-thinking people consider as being normal whatever that means.

Do you remember the night you took me out on Valentine’s Day or some other stupid celebration at City Arms along Cowley road in Oxford and you kept on hanging on me and kissing me like we were movie stars. You were hysterical that I was not returning your love as you expected. I am always annoyed when a white person starts showering too much love on me. I am less angry when you people are hostile against my race or even blatantly racist to the extent of calling me Nigger, Kaffir or even monkey. I wouldn’t fight back or take much offence as some blacks would do. A white person fawning over me never fails to arouse sleeping demons in me that are hypersensitive to hypocrisy which I have been encountering since my childhood in Rusape shortly after my father died.

I have had so much of this sympathising from my school days at the mission school and uni back home when those hypocrites felt they were doing us a favour by civilising our cursed lot. I am almost paranoid when it comes to racism masquerading as colour blindness.
Remember how mad you became when I even rubbished the idea of marriage as another form of societal hypocrisy. I see no difference between marriage and fornication whether one is sanctioned by some holy man claiming to represent God, here on earth or two, horny fools deciding to copulate in a back of a car, on top of an office table or in some dark alley. Whenever I tried to explain to you things that have shaped my life, my childhood problem of stuttering nearly came back scaring the sh*t out of me. I have elected to write you this letter long after we have parted just to explain some of my views on life. I know I am anti-social but I feel most people who readily classify me to be equally anti-freedom of an individual or even mad. I live outside their narrow and provincial world just as I consider them outsiders in my world that is hinged on freedom of an individual.

My physical and mental insecurity that have dogged me since my father died have made me a stranger in a world where hypocrisy, lying and dishonesty reign supreme making anybody calling the perpetrators of these vices broods of vipers an odd one out or a dissident.

Since coming over here, I have gone through several stages of identity crisis, self-hatred, self re-examination, excessive afro-optimism, excessive afro-pessimisim, reversal racism, escapism and alienation. Maybe it is a manifestation of these conflicting mental feelings which made the authorities think of sectioning me.

After living rough in Oxford where I pitched a tent near the Uni shortly after being expelled, I am hanging a lot with my good Rasta friends in London. I am somehow in tune with these rootless, ganja-smoking pseudo-ideologists. We agree on many issues like the world being Babylon-the western influenced materialistic, oppressive, manipulative and capitalistic. There is too much ganja and reggae music which I find soothing. I don’t however agree with some far-fetched ideologies of my Rasta brothers of revering Haile Sellasie,that dictatorial midget in Ethiopia as God. I also don’t agree with their excessive promotion of blackness which I find hypocritical and escapist.

Samantha, they say writers are show businessmen trying to interpret the world on paper unlike their counterparts in music who use music. There are two musicians I find interesting. It is Bob Marley and Jim Morrison. I connect with both of them in my lifestyle and telepathically. Both were shamans who died young and only received recognition when they were six feet under.

I have a premonition that I will die violently or young. I don’t care because I don’t feel I belong to this world. I am like an Abiku child in Yoruba mythology a spirit child who is fated to a cycle of early death and rebirth to the same mother. Sometimes I dream of living in another age where I was a griot who was burnt at a stake for lambasting some tyrannical chief. At other times, I dream that I lived in another era as a poet who was drowned by the chief’s henchmen for refusing to apologise for an insulting poem he had read in a village arena against injustice.

Do you remember how Mrs Brown reacted when I wrote a short story on how I worked in chief’s palace as a pussy shaver shaving the pubic hair of the women in a harem? I still remember the opening of the story. It read: ‘My job in chief Molokolo’s palace who all along thought I had been castrated was to shave the pubic hair of his wives at the palace. The story ended with me bedding some of his wives and paying the ultimate price of death. You remember how white Mrs Brown turned when I read the story? She screamed that I was mad. Well the morality of the story is that many leaders in power think their subjects are blind to their excesses in urinating on people’s rights. They think we are castrated till we rise up and unmask their hypocrisy or demand for justice.

I might go back to Zimbabwe because I can’t k continue living like a tramp. I have already seen the inside of British Police cells twice or thrice. I have to finish the book I am writing first. It is called House of Hunger. I have destroyed several manuscripts of other books that I have attempted to write because I don’t feel they capture the message I am trying to communicate.

However, as a citizen of the world, a polyglot, I feel going back home won’t calm the demons in me that cry for a just society where the freedom of the individual is paramount. What I am reading in the Papers on Zimbabwe seems to be miles away from that ideal world which both a repressive white regime of Smith or the popular nationalist black government of Mugabe are both miles away in realising a society I dream of.
Many African societies which benefited from the wind of change in the sixties have already failed to cut the umbilical cords of colonialism that connects them to their former masters both economically and socially. Nationalism might even be a guise of deep envy of the lives colonialists live. Many African leaders just introduce follow-fashion-monkey societies that emulate the system they replace.

You see Samantha this thing called colonial mentality eats at the core of your heart or soul like a cancer. Many nationalists and even academics are both irredeemable victims of colonialism whether consciously or unconsciously. They don’t realise how entrenched the problem is in their makeup like DNA. They achieve what they call independence ( from what?) and change flags and national anthems but fail to establish new home-grown societies based on their cultures, values and norms.

Many erroneously think it is getting independence that is the most difficult stage in the freedom attaining process. I feel to the contrary that what is difficult is establishing a nation that is compatible with modernity. It is like having a baby. Every fool who has a healthy dick can impregnant a woman with no intention of having a baby. It is raising a baby that is the trickier part since you have to nurture the baby to young adulthood.
I know a number of my African intellectual friends who reject everything European in favour of everything African or black. These idiots need psychoanalysing by God himself since this is an extreme manifestation of self-hatred highly masked as race pride. Though I abhor most western things , I am equally nauseated by most things African. The Nigger who sang Say It Loud, I am Black and Proud was in actual sense saying Say It F**king Loud, I am Black and Ashamed. Oh, yes isn’t it Louis Armstrong, hailing from the same shabby background who honestly complained in song that the colour of his skin was a sin?
Apart from my name Dambudzo, I don’t think Samantha you remember me revering Africanness or blackness. Most whites are racists including you and several so called liberals who shower us poor souls with love when they are consciously or unconsciously pitying us for being black.

As I said earlier Samantha, a white person expressing excessive love for a black person is simply saying you are also a human being which is worse than any racist insult.
I remember my English teachers both at St Augustine’s Mission School and the University of Rhodesia praising me for getting good results by saying ‘well done Charles. You are such a brilliant black boy’. A brilliant black boy? F**k! I could have killed those sons of a bitches for not praising me because I was a brilliant pupil and not a brilliant black boy. I know you would argue Samantha that I was being oversensitive but what do you expect from someone whose race has received numerous insults since blacks and whites came into contact?

That’s why even now as I strive to establish myself as a writer, I don’t want the title to go with the adjective ‘black writer’. F**k even other demeaning terms like black, Negro, coloured or African. A writer is just that a f**king writer. Period.
Knowing how condescending you are just like many of your kind, you will quickly find a word in your language to define me. Strange, bizarre, eccentric, bohemian, unconventional, odd or even mad. It is your language. I wish I could describe whites in Shona-that is use deep Shona with idioms and proverbs that would elude even the most educated white linguist in my language.

However, I associate the language with backwardness, provincialism and even the squalor.

I might link up with you when I come back to Oxford. Meanwhile, I am still squatting with several friends.

Yours
Charles William Tambudzai Dambudzo Marechera

Woman with a purpose!

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HERE ARE THE TOP 6 CAUSE OF KIDNEY DISEASE:

1. Delaying going to a toilet. Keeping your urine in your bladder for too long is a bad idea. A full bladder can cause bladder damage. The urine that stays in the bladder multiplies bacteria quickly. Once the urine refluxes back to the ureter and kidneys, the toxic substances can result in kidney infections, then urinary tract infections, and then nephritis, and even uremia. When nature calls – do it as soon as possible.

2. Eating too much salt. You should eat no more than 5.8 grams of salt daily.

3. Eating too much meat. Too much protein in your diet is harmful for your kidneys. Protein digestion produces ammonia – a toxn that is very destructive to your kidneys. More meat equals more kidney damage.

4. Drinking too much caffeine. Caffeine is a component of many sodas and soft drinks. It raises your blood pressure and your kidneys start suffering. So you should cut down the amount of coke you drink daily.

5. Not drinking water. Our kidneys should be hydrated properly to perform their functions well. If we don’t drink enough, the toxins can start accumulating in the blood, as there isn’t enough fluid to drain them through the kidneys. Drink more than 10 glasses of water daily. There is an easy way to check if you are drinking
enough water: look at the colour of your urine; the lighter the colour, the better.

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