I always never like to be tribalistic but rather, to see every tribe as unique. For every tribe in Nigeria, there are strong, positive characteristics as well as negative ones. There’s something so strong about the Ibo tribe, and that’s their business acumen. You can literally follow a young Ibo guys growth in business as he puts in dedication and a lot of commitment to see it grow.
In developed countries, it is illegal to scold/spank children, either verbally or physically, so children insist on having their way whenever they want to. Parents get frustrated once they get angry with their children and can’t do anything about it. But in Africa, “it is not so”….lol.
This is a long overdue article but i’ll write it anyway. Last week saturday, i was a participant and a group facilitator at the annual sex2sex summit organized by Praise Fowowe, the pioneer of the Uncommon Man Network. The theme was centred around promoting Abstinence. In the course of writing this article, i’ll be touching different points. Please read on. We had several speakers, i’ll just write about a few of them.
Here’s a write-up i came in contact with some time ago, it’s funny and kinda reminds me of the growing up days and i felt to share it with you all to start the week with. Read on: My Mother taught me about ANTICIPATION … “Just wait until your father gets home.” My Mother taught me about RECEIVING … “You are going to get it when we get home!” My Mother taught me to MEET A CHALLENGE … “What were you thinking? Answer me when I talk to you … Don’t talk back to me!”
Here are new words for you to chew for the day. Enjoy! 1) Extemporaneous – Carried out or performed with little or no preparation; impromptu. Synonyms: extemporary, extempore, impromptu, off-the-cuff, offhand, offhanded, unrehearsed, ad-lib Usage: an extemporaneous piano recital; 2) Captious – Marked by a disposition to find and point out trivial faults. Synonyms: faultfinding, critical Usage: She found the new professor to be captious, marking all the grammatical errors in her essays while ignoring the points she had tried to make. 3) Beneficent – Characterized by or performing acts of kindness or charity. Synonyms: benevolent, gracious Usage: Distance does
There are certain openings within the human body which are called the windows to the heart/mind/soul. These windows are majorly the eyes, ears and mouth. There’s a way I feel when I eat too much, watch too much TV, attend parties or events too often. I’ll want to know how you feel; maybe I’ll be motivated to continue with this post, maybe not….. Have a great day!d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’).appendChild(s);
THE PLUS FACTOR Over time, I started reading many books but am yet to finish some of them. Yesterday, I started reading “Power of the Plus Factor” by Norman Vincent Peale and so far, it’s been an interesting experience. I’ll be sharing with all summarily, the lessons learnt from the book, I guess it will help me finish reading it. Pls come along with me. There’s a force, a power, an energy (invisible, intangible, but completely real) within everyone that has the capacity to make him/her extraordinary, stronger, more confident, better balanced, more energetic, more resilient and more capable of
The Burden of Freedom This is the title of a book I read some years ago written by Dr Myles Munroe. This post is just an introduction; we’ll talk more about it in subsequent posts. I remember when I was much younger and very much under my parents, I was ‘denied’ of certain things and I had restrictions as to where to go, what to do with my time, etc, then I always told myself that soon, I would be free. I looked forward to the day I would own my home, make my decisions, and just do what I