There is a tool that flourishes best when it is passed down from generation to generation. It dethrones kings, pardons captives and drops to the floor majestic wings of eagles in flight. Mountains are made low and high the minds of those who consume it – knowledge ?. The intrinsic function of language is to keep us intimate with nature, primitive ways of survival always reflect this instinct. Whether writing on caves with extinguished embers, on the ground, slates, books or more conventionally tablets just reflects the crest and splendor of the medium’s wave. Wherever there’s modern there’s vintage and wherever there’s vintage there’s life. Back to school or back to life? Let language decide… – Pelisa Mpumlwana & Sinovuyo Gwalisa