“Hurt people hurt others, because it’s what they know how to do; Experience indeed is the best teacher, but it doesn’t always teach the right lessons…or do we sometimes just learn wrong?” – Makafui.
“I stepped into the streets one morning only to notice that the sidewalk was littered with little broken pieces of my heart and psyche. So here I am, on a beautifully overcast morning, standing on the sidewalk, wondering how I still look functional.” – Makafui.
“Choose your environment carefully. Exposure influences. More often than not, instead of being the exceptions to the rule, we let ourselves fall under the purview of its pull, or have our sensibilities chafed into numbness.” – Makafui.
“Something broken to pieces doesn’t spell its end…these pieces can be the building blocks of new and wonderful things. There’s a certain beauty and character that shows forth from that which is mended…the promise of a story, and lurking strength.” – Makafui.
“Some have voices and demand to be heard, when they really have nothing to say. Some have voices and request to be heard, but never get to speak, because they tire of the whims of their audience. Some have voices and refuse to speak, because they believe everyone else to be deaf. Then there are those who speak simply in faith, heavily burdened, though apprehensive.” – Makafui.
“‘Making art with all your heart’, is when people look at a piece and see art, and maybe an outline of something that resonates; you look and see all the broken pieces of your heart, strung together artfully.” – Makafui.
“It is somewhat fascinating, how some plans and projections and speculations are worth less than nothing.” – Makafui.