Lukumi/Yoruba proverb from the Odu Ejiogbe.
In Yorubaland, rat head is a delicacy and must be eaten slowly and with care, as there are many tiny bones that you have to avoid.
Very proud to be part of the Pimientas (Ataré) rama! Aurora Lamar Obá Tolá (iba’ye) is such a hero to me!
In Spice World, Posh Spice has trouble deciding between the little Gucci dress, the little Gucci dress, and the little Gucci dress. In Santeria, we have trouble deciding between the long white skirt, the long white skirt, and the long white skirt.
David H. Brown writing on the ethnic and racial makeup of the highly influential Cabildo Africano Lucumí’s membership in 1900, in his book Santeria Enthroned: Art, Ritual, and Innovation in an Afro-Cuban Religion (2003), pg. 71.
I find this particularly interesting given that almost every single rama in Santeria is descended from the Cabildo Africano Lucumí.