Someone once said, "If you know 2 things about everything, you don’t have to be an expert on much," which may follow the jack-of-all-trades theory which I generally endorse.
Fortunately, adding to my random assortment of knowledge was easy last weekend at Second Sunday on Main. The topic was Adinkra symbolism from the West African Ashanti Tribe at the Art Beyond Boundries free mini-lecture.
My favorite symbol is funtunfunafu – the 2-headed crocodile. It represents the question, "Why do we fight for food when we share the same stomach?" and the need for unity.