I am Omphemetse Ngakantsi, born and raised in Mahikeng in the North West Province. I am a budding photographer with a passion for capturing the world around me through my lens. I started using a relatives’ camera as a teenager and I have been hooked since.. I am always looking for ways to push my limits and try new things, and I believe that there is something to be learned from every shot I take. Whether I am out in the field or sitting around my home, I am always on the lookout for that perfect moment to freeze in time. Photography is more than just a hobby for me; it is a way of life.


Spirituality is the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things, I can only explain spirituality in one word which is “SOUL”. For me spirituality is more than a spirit but a way in which we communicate with our spiritual being and our creator.

                                   Different type of spiritual Practices:

  • The surprising connection between spirituality and recovery.
  • Prayer
  • Connecting with Nature
  • Yoga
  • Attending a spiritual or religious service
  • Meditation

Spirituality promotes your individual autonomy in defining and connecting to spirit as it fits your heart and mind, it is a more internal and individual process.  By contrast, spirituality is more often based upon the practical application of the founder’s teachings.


  • The idea of a process or journey of self-discovery and of learning not only who you are, but who you want to be.
  • The challenge of reaching beyond your current limits. This can include keeping an open mind, questioning current beliefs or trying to better understand others’ beliefs.
  • A connectedness to yourself and to others, meaning, purpose and direction.
  • A higher power, whether rooted in a religion, nature or some kind of unknown essence.


Religion serves the important purpose of facilitating spirituality itself, but it serves other functions as well, including those that are psychological, social and physical. In contrast spirituality focuses on the search for one particular Signiant destination, the sacred.

Religion is a social institution, an organized set of beliefs, rules and practices… it presents “holy men” as intermediaries between you and spirit (however you may name it).

RELIGION: on the whole, a formal religion is often an objective experience. In other words there is usually a greater focus on the externals:

  • Houses of worship
  • Book of scripture
  • Eternal rituals
  • Observances

Religions are most often based upon the lives, teachings and beliefs of a historical or archetypal figure e.g. CHRIST, BUDDHA, MOSES, KRISHNA, MUHAMMAD.