Category Archives: Maternal love

2013 Oct. 15: She is my weakness

by Charmain Carrol When I found out I was pregnant I had two feelings at the same time. I smiled because I was somehow happy while tears were running down my face because I was afraid. I feared the disappointment. … Continue reading

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2013 May 12: Our mothers whose he(arts) are dear to us

Lynne Carrol Born in the 90’s Mothers are pillars of our society and they are a long way from being powerless. They are viewed as weakly beings who need men to help them with everything. Mothers are strong, Strong willed, … Continue reading

Posted in Hope, Interpretation, Life Stories, Love, Maternal love, Mother s Day, Our lives in the picture, Relationships, South Africa, Visual history, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures, Youth voices | 2 Comments