I am the giant baobab tree, glorious in her watch over the African plains.
I am the sonorous sound of the mating birds dancing in spring.
I am the sound of a newborn screaming for air whilst clasping her tearful parents.
I am the sweet sensation of music on a most auspicious day. The blooming purple jacaranda with her intoxicating fragrance. The cherry blossom’s distant lover.
I am a mother’s warm kiss that assures one that all will be alright. The gentle hug that heals. I am the song of existence
I am the sun that rises after the hail storm.
I am life. I am light. I am love.
I am infinite.
I am, Yes!
Tefo Tlale is multi-award-winning Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He is a proponent of African Renaissance influenced heavily by his post-graduate studies in Paris, France where he was exposed to the experiences of the African diaspora abroad. He hopes to see an integrated Africa in his human lifetime. A stoic, music afficionado, he finds healing in jazz music and poetry. He is currently completing his MBA and is based in Johannesburg.