It is a beautiful sight to see an elephant, a majestic figure of nature, at the top of the tree, his huge trunk stretching out into the sky, and the sight of his owner waiting on the branches to lift him off the ground.
The elephant is the national symbol of Cameroon and its people are incredibly proud of their elephant, their pride, their tradition, and their identity as a people.
Yet the world is not as happy with the image of a wild elephant.
Some people have called it a symbol of Africa’s degradation, with the animal’s natural habitat being destroyed and the animals killed to make way for crops.
Another view is that of a symbol that the country’s people have long since abandoned, one that reflects the suffering they’ve endured to survive in the face of an African monoculture.
For many Cameroonians, this image of an elephant is seen as the perfect gift, a symbol and an expression of their identity.
But what about the other side of the coin?
The idea of gift giving can be an interesting experience.
It can be a way to express our own feelings, our own emotions, our thoughts, and even our deepest desires.
In many ways, the elephant gift is an act of self-expression.
While the elephant may seem an odd symbol in our culture, in Cameroon it is often the symbol of pride and honor, a sign of our community.
We have this pride and this sense of belonging to a community that we have a strong connection to, that is a community with a strong identity and a sense of pride.
What if we could express our emotions, to the best of our ability?
What if we can find ways to express them, to express love and affection and our deepest feelings, that are the opposite of the image that the elephant has become?
That’s what gift giving really is, an act that celebrates our unique culture, our unique identity, and our identity as Cameroonians.
And what we can do to make the most of this gift, in a way that is authentic to our culture and our unique way of life.
Gift giving is a time when we can truly give, and that’s why it’s so important that we do not become overly judgmental or judgmental about our emotions.
When we have our gift giving time, we can actually experience our deepest emotions, and as a result, express them with the most love, affection and tenderness.
This is a good thing.
To create a beautiful gift, you need to choose the right moment.
Take the time to get to know yourself, your partner, your family and the people around you.
Ask yourself how you feel.
If you feel sad, it is not because you’re feeling sad, but because you are in pain.
Try to see the elephant in the light.
Imagine that he is your best friend.
Think about all the things he has given you, and then try to find the ones that you can give.
That might be an elephant.
What you can do with this gift?
If the gift is a gift of kindness, it can be done with words, a thoughtful gesture.
Make sure you ask yourself if you can make it more beautiful and meaningful.
Sometimes, it’s not enough to just put the elephant down.
Let it stay in the tree for a while, as he may be sad but it will get better.
Then, get back to work and find the time and energy to do what you are truly passionate about.
Your gift will be appreciated.
I’m sure there are many things that I could do to show gratitude, but I’d rather just be grateful that my family and friends are supportive and that I get to spend time with the family.
Now go out and give.