It seems that the instantaneous sharing of thoughts, pictures, and ideas is the norm in the 21st century. It would be hypocritical to say that I am any different.

But I do try to have some restraint about certain experiences, at least for a while. There can be events that need the passing of time for them to resonate, to make sense.

I knew that on my last day in Nairobi, I wanted to capture the streets, the people, the stores, houses, the activity that was in the slums of Soweto.

I now want to share that with you. The music to accompany this is by two artists. The first is by Eva, and the second song is by the Soweto Gospel Choir.

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