Success is not a predetermined path, for it is something we build ourselves.
I inspire thousands through teaching.
This is where I was raised in the spirit of the song.
Winning the Robbins Award at Utah State University.
My music makes the ladies scream..
They feeling it.
The crowd feels my music and they are having fun.
Never give up the fight.
Always fight for what you believe in.
My loving sisters.
They beleive in family.
My mother's blue eyes.
The mother of mamas.
Hanging in San Francisco.
Trolling in Lombard Street.
My loving niece.
She is always there for you.
A story of resilience, Dr. Ali Issa was born in the wild, and this is a glimpse of his time being raised in a mud house plastered with cow droppings, and his journey across the globe. Dr. Issa paints a different view of Somalia, as he sets it to the backdrop of a vibrant world full of life and music, and as he describes the lovely African bush girls. His African Honey Bees, these women with perky titties and firm asses helped keep the beauty of life in perspective as he worked to become a scientist.Taking chances and overcoming adversity, Dr. Ali turned the world into his stage. When challenged, he always reminds himself that it’s not about them, it’s not about they, but it’s about me and my journey, and if you don’t tell your story, no one will.Resilient and determined, Dr. Issa explains how humor helped him to inspire and teach thousands of students of different backgrounds, and how it allowed him to remain a positive force in the unforgiving world of U.S. academics. Unabashedly honest, this story calls upon Dr. Issa’s vast experience as a professor, musician, and author to not only deliver his story, but also to remind us that success is not a predetermined path, for it is something we build ourselves.