With the complexity of life, it is good to be reminded of its simplicity. It is obvious from the serial nature of time, that only the immediate present has relevance. Past and future has relevance only to the the immediate flow as immediate future becomes immediate past. Complexity cannot exist without simplicity, and so it is good to know that one can chose either perspective at any time.
Musa Bangura has a fresh approach to seeing both complexity and simplicity, in an obvious and grounded manner. As a natural folk-philosopher, Musa’s perspective is grounded in his experience as a child in Gambia, a father in Sweden, and as a counselor to his community of friends.