When we had once looked into ourselves and distinguished well the nature of our own affections, we should probably be fitter judges of the divineness
of a character and discern better what affections were suitable or unsuitable to a perfect being.
She brings us face-to-face with what she had first glimpsed at the age of 16--'the divineness
in ordinary things'--and, through her photographs, we begin to see it, too.
, solidarity, unity, justice, consensus driven, communalism, democratic and human rights bases of African society, were eroded and soon replaced by Arab and European systems of greed, individualism, exploitation and undemocratic rule.