Sweet Songs of my thankfulness….
by Chido Nwangwu
I Thank You for one
of the One Thousand messages,
on my latest assignment.
If you listen to the wind,
You’ll hear sweet songs of my thankfulness,
If you listen to me,
You’ll hear the humbling appreciation of my heart —
rooted, in professionalism,
ignited, by gratitude,
set, in respect
Yes; I remember You in
my sweet songs of thankfulness,
for, with your support, Internet history
for our immigrant communities
footprints etched in html digital history, forever!
USAfrica magazine ,
USAfrica The Newspaper ,
CLASS magazine ,
especially CLASS spotlighted the organic beauty,
style and scholastic accomplishments of
African women and families
Yes; if you followed my songs
of thankfulness — since December 29,
you’ll agree that I know I am specially:
Blessed, by God
Inspired, by my Family,
Propelled, by the best friends anyone could ever wish for,
powered, by USAfrica and our global network of friends and facilitators.
Thank you, for being one of the keys
to the composition of our sweet songs of my thankfulness!
I wish You a multitude of blessings!!
Dr. Chido Nwangwu, the Founder of USAfrica multimedia networks and public policy organization since 1992 in Houston, established the first African-owned, U.S-based newspaper published on the Internet USAfricaonline.com. He served as adviser on Africa business to the ex-Mayor of Houston, Dr. Lee P. Brown. Chido is the first continental African to be admitted to the influential organization, 100 Black Men of America. He is the author of the November 2020 book, MLK, Mandela & Achebe: Power, Leadership and Identity. 3GreatMen.com