Zethu Dlomo there is not much about her in the web, I’m guessing she is not yet a well known actress, but i think she can play both the adorable and serious queen when she wants to. I hope she gets more parts in up coming tv shows.
I don’t know….. episode 5 we are starting to see some problems with john silver and madi, I think she does love john as much as he loves her, but madi have alot on her shoulders. She is sent out help her people and she cannot put everyone else in risk and leave to suffer to keep her lover happy. As much as i hate seeing madi and john have their disagreement, I also admire that she stands strong for her people and her mission.
rear window: the boy who cried murder<p/><b>an american in paris:</b> i guess we should add some singing to all of these dance numbers<p/><b>the philadelphia story:</b> i want you back, i want you back🎵<p/><b>how to steal a million:</b> gullibility and sarcasm fall in love and steal a dinky statue<p/><b>cabaret:</b> drag and scandalous dances in WWII<p/><b>the sound of music:</b> where a kid can be a kid (and fucking sing like a normal child)<p/><b>bringing up baby:</b> can we keep him? please?<p/><b>seven brides for seven brothers:</b> abduction cause its romantic<p/><b>singing in the rain:</b> good morning🍊🎵there are 16 oranges in every tropicana pure premiu-<p/><b>it's a wonderful life:</b> a cute old man fixes jimmy stewart's many problems<p/><b>the shop around the corner:</b> we're better staying pen pals than actually dating<p/><b>breakfast at tiffany's:</b> she's lowkey a psycho but it's all about love and cats anyway<p/><b>roman holiday:</b> tomboy princess takes a day off and then has to face reality again<p/><b>star!:</b> gertie get your shit together<p/><b>my fair lady:</b> men are snobs and the english have a social system based on speech<p/><b>sabrina:</b> you got hurt and couldn't go on dates with me so i dated your brother instead<p/><b>thoroughly modern millie:</b> everyone is extra and there are white people who play asian people and horrible sex trafficking but it's okay because carol channing<p/><b>west side story:</b> why the fuck do you love him after he literally murdered your brother oh well he died so who cares anyway<p/><b>harvey:</b> polite and innocent man is a bit loopy so everyone tries to lock him up<p/><b>gone with the wind:</b> you don't love me?!?! but you gotta, i guess i'll marry all of the south to make you jealous<p/><b>casablanca:</b> paris and kids being looked at<p/><b>the african queen:</b> oh we almost died but we didn't so let's kiss and build a torpedo from scratch<p/><b>on golden pond:</b> where everyone won best actor/actress and 74 year old katharine hepburn did her own fucking stunts<p/><b>annie get your gun:</b> frank butler is a fucking selfish wienie<p/><b>lawrence of arabia:</b> nice, noble man goes crazy over the course of 4 hours<p/><b>the wizard of oz:</b> everything magical and good in the world is a hoax, kids<p/><b>cinderella:</b> cinderelly, cinderelly, we're woodland creatures providing comical pastime<p/><b>snow white:</b> practice makes perfect, disney, because this movie was on drugs<p/><b>sleeping beauty:</b> let's take a story about rape and make it for kids but then add unrealistic body types<p/><b>gold finger:</b> look it's the german villain from chitty chitty bang bang in a bond movie<p/><b>chitty chitty bang bang:</b> this movie was also on drugs but it's still great<p/><b>funny face:</b> audrey and fred in france<p/><b>🌟i love all these movies so much so don't get your panties in a wad it's a joke:</b> <p/></p>
Today, we’re paying tribute to Makeda, the legendary Queen of Sheba.
Around 960 B.C. this African Queen reigned over a vast empire that included Ethiopia and surrounding regions. She was an independent ruler who set a new standard for women in power. Queen Makeda was virtuous, beautiful, extremely wealthy and prosperous, an astute business woman, intelligent and very wise. This Queen changed the course of history in many ways, but it was her encounter with the Judean King Solomon that she’s most remembered for:
“Now when the Queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon concerning the name of God, she came to test him with hard questions. She came to Jerusalem with a very great caravan, with camels that bore spices, very much gold, and precious stones; and when she came to Solomon, she spoke with him about all that was in her heart. So Solomon answered all her questions; there was nothing so difficult for the king that he could not explain it to her… Then she said to the king: “It was a true report which I heard in my own land about your words and your wisdom. However I did not believe the words until I came and saw with my own eyes; and indeed the half was not told me. Your wisdom and prosperity exceed the fame of which I heard… She gave the king one hundred and twenty talents of gold (4 million dollars today!), spices in great quantity, and precious stones. There never again came such abundance of spices as the Queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon.” (1 Kings 10)
“Upon meeting, the King and Queen were equally intrigued with one another. She admired his great knowledge; he her grace, beauty and intelligence. Fondness grew into love and their union produced Menelik I, from whom history’s longest line of royalty descends.” 20th century Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I or “Ras Tafari” is said to be a descendant of Queen Makeda and King Solomon.
Queen Makeda is also credited for introducing Ethiopia to the Judeo-Christian philosophy she learned from Solomon.
Even Jesus refers to her in the New Testament when He says: The Queen of the Sheba will rise up in the judgment with this generation and condemn it, for she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and indeed a greater than Solomon is here. (Matthew 12:42)
Her record of achievements run a mile long… Queen Makeda, we salute you!