Ever since i turned 30, i took it upon myself to start studying prominent individuals. Not with a pen, paper and paying tution. Not that. I use the previlege of testimonials and newspaper columns i land on talking about those in the subject. Sometimes to gain more insight or overview into their interesting diverse and varied practices, and other times to unlearn about my own. This took a different turn when it came to bisecting Ugandan award-winning Publicist and philanhropist Muhumuza Brian.
There’s a lot to this; the languages he speaks, traditions followed, or other elements that reflect the cultural nature of his life. It is strictly an exploration and introduction to the different cultural influences that shape Brian’s lifestyle.
Muhumuza Brian, is a pra man of mystery — in summary.
The Music in me
During my teenage, i used to go to the bush shepherding my uncle’s cattle, with an FM Sony Radio cassette affixed to my ear listening to frequences of CBS, Radio Star, Radio West and mostly playing band music likes of Betty Mpologoma, I-Jay, Sister Charity and the ilk. Those pastoral days were a symphony of rural simplicity, where it felt timeless; leave alone the cadence of grazing cows.
Bryan’s appreciation for music is a convention of time, genre, and geography. His playlist is an eclectic mind play, seamlessly transitioning from the rhythmic beats of the likes of LL Cool J to the soulful alto solos of South African alto choir solist Zodwa Mahlanga. Wierd? To him, music is not just a form of entertainment but a portal to connect with the emotions and stories that resonate across generations and continents.
Later, as the pages of my life turned and boarding school beckoned, a new chapter unfolded. Newspapers and shipped magazines became my companions, and the art of ‘pen pal’ letter writing adorned in. In the cocoon of academia, Destiny’s Child, Deborah Cox, Makoma, R Kelly, and Sfiso Ncwane became the soundtrack after ‘prep’ time or during weekends burgeoning my urban up-town flex, a mix of the pastoral and the cosmopolitan Bryan Morel. And there i switch to Destiny’s Child, Deborah Cox, Makoma, R Kelly, Sfiso Ncwane… This is where my urban up-town flex came in… So it helped me to adopt and marry different approaches to culture as i grew, young and old…. Come over we shal vibe!
Years went by. Muhumuza grew, not just in age but in a nuanced understanding of the world. The melodies that once serenaded him while herding cattle became the soundtrack to a life that embraced diversity. The rural and urban, the traditional and modern—they all found a place in the mosaic of his identity.
From the bush to the bustling urban life, Brian’s journey has been a dance between different worlds, myriad hues that shape his existence.
Today, according to his PDF Profile pinned on his website, he says that he listens to many artistes but mostly Mariah Carey, Kevon Edmonds and Jennifer Hudson.
Beyond the world of music, Bryan Muhumuza is a connoisseur of literature. His penchant for creative writing and quick-witted humor align seamlessly with his enduring love for literature as a whole. Memoirs become his guide, offering insights into the global society and diverse cultures, serving as a roadmap for the path ahead.
Meditation and Culinary Arts
Meditation is perhaps Bryan’s sanctuary. A quiet refuge where he rejuvenates his spirit and finds equilibrium in the chaos of everyday life. It’s in these moments of tranquility that he discovers the balance between his multifaceted existence and the demands of the outside world.
Bryan’s passion for cooking mirrors his finesse in crafting words. The kitchen becomes his canvas where blends ingredients with the same artistry that he employs in his creative pursuits.
Charity as a Calling
For Bryan, charity is not just an activity; it’s a calling that adds depth to his existence. His commitment to serving others began in his youth, where he up to now generously offers Thanksgiving dinner to his neighborhood. This altruistic spirit is not just a part of his past but an ongoing commitment, maintaining philanthropy into the very fabric of his present.
The Importance of ‘Me’ Time
In the midst of his dynamic and engaging lifestyle, Bryan carves out crucial ‘me’ time for chill phases. These moments of repose are crucia — where he recharges, recalibrates, and emerges stronger for the challenges that lie ahead.
Learning when to Connect and Disconnect
Along the way, Bryan’s story in media teaches me that human nature is custom-made to meet many a long the way after birth. It is wired like that. In school, hospital, family.. name it. But then, not all the time you will keep up with everyone’s experience. Some you got to take them up others drop them immediatley. Inner piece should come first. Amidst his diverse interests and passions, friendliness becomes the common thread that stirs up connections. Bryan’s amiable nature bridges gaps and brings people closer, creating a community where understanding and unity thrive.
In the world of Muhumuza, personality is not merely a trait; it is a journey of self-discovery, expression, and a heartfelt impact on the world around him. A blend of cultures, passions, and connections, Bryan Muhumuza stands as a figure of his own, inviting us to unravel the layers of his life beyond executive works and early achievements.
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