Hey you “civilised people”… Happy New Year! 🙂
To the traditional Meru, this is definitely not a new year. There were no years in Meru before the white man brought his years, and the calendar we use currently – The … Read the rest
Marriage and family was the most important institution among the Ameru. Still is. Or haven’t your folks started asking you when you will get married and bear them grandchildren? And that’s another big part of it – children. Marriage was … Read the rest
You have probably heard Meru women laugh like that. Or you have probably laughed like that yourself. Did you think it was just a laugh? Think again.
Uui was actually a person, a guy who lived … Read the rest
Growing up, I heard stories from other boys about ladies that were to be avoided by all means. The boys said that these beautiful ladies were … Read the rest