(1) Personal identity (Heart, character, way of thinking)
(2) Registration identity (Legal names, ID number, fingerprints, physical address)
(3) Cultural identity (Language, religious believes, customs)
* You choose what identity means for you. What the one person is comfortable with, the next person might not embrace. We need to respect each other's choices.
Download the PARC self-identification chart and see where you fit in. (PARC-Self-identificationChart.pdf)
Khoi-khoi / South African
Christian – God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit
Christianity / Afrikaner / Khoikhoi modern
Oudtshoorn, Western Cape
Leader of PARC (Nothing else)
Khoekhoegowab (Certain people use to say that I do not have a cultural language. Well, they are mistaken; I do have one, this one. I can write and speak it a little bit. There is a difference between “do not have a language” and “cannot speak the language”. Because you cannot speak it, does not mean that you do not have it or it does not exist.)
Mr Snyman, Mr Glen or brother Glen (br. Glen), or Glen.
Church – Assembly of God
Educator’s union – NAPTOSA Civil rights movement – FINSA: First Indigenous Nation South Africa
In pursuit of purpose - Myles Monroe (and all his books) The 7 habits of highly effective people - Stephen Covey Peaks and Valleys - Spenser Johnson Animal farm - George Orwell
Robert Kiyosaki's - Rich dad, poor dad - Youtube videos Dr Kent Hovind - 4 best Godly ways to spend your time and money
Cango Caves, Tsitsikamma Park, Table mountain
Modern, the current fashion
Jigsaw puzzles, rubiks cubes, mathematics, chess, quattro chess, computer programming, reading, writing, inventing things, playing guitar, gardening.
The bible, law, politics, culture, history, good movies, jogging, outdoor life, technology, libraries, bookshops. Break-dancing - see video.
Shangarian - Memory Training program - Nov 2001. The book and software program was developed by me to help a person with his/her memory capabilities. Download link for more info - Shangarian info.
Inventing the Glencircarius Rule
In South African law, land legally belongs to those who have “Title deed” (Akte) on the land or property. The rest of the land belongs to the government.
Injustice, violence, crime, false teachings, people that doesn’t have manners, jealous people, greediness, people that always want things for free in life and not work for it, drunkenness. Tribal rituals and clothes that do "funny" things.