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I am humbled and honored to be featured among such amazing women who I look up to and am constantly inspired by. OH MY!!!! Wow! Thank you for including me. You are divine!

Keep up the great work!

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Thanks Eva! Glad you're enjoying it. Thanks for the Africans in Motion link – will check it out.

Sheena – thank you and you're welcome. You are one of those inspiring, amazing, divine women! :)

Lulu, you hit it on the head. I sincerely believe that what our lives are lacking (what my life is lacking) is the practical application of storytelling. Storytelling too often is seen as an indulgent way to pass time, when really it is an essential way to celebrate the timelessness of our collective experiences. Great post!

Thanks Crystal! That's a great way of summing it up: "an essential way to celebrate the timelessness of our collective experiences." I'm going to quote you! So, have you started the practical application? Would love to hear all about it.

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I’m Lulu Kitololo – an artist and designer – and Africa is my main muse. Afri-love is about creativity, enterprise and wellness. I believe these 3 things all need attention if we are to have a flourishing African creative economy. 
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