Photo credit: google image search https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcQ6iF823bwP-0t_LRhiFCOiJgyxy_2XnGfCrzaZP3muapxDrHgm The post you are about reading was first published by Mary Wright on the idealist page and adopted in full here as it reflect the echoes of my heart. I am exhausted of feeling the need to be strong all the time. I feel the tiredness in my bones… Continue reading I AM SICK AND TIRED OF HAVING TO BE STRONG ALL THE TIME
My darling female friends, Am propelled to write to you as the pragmatist that I am to point out some pertinent facts about staying in a broken marriage after observing with dismay the way a neighbor has turned his wife into a punching bag and the woman has held on to the marriage on the… Continue reading MY DEAR CHRISTIAN FEMALE FRIENDS…….PLEASE WALK OUT.
So, last Sunday, I muscle up the courage to enter the place of worship and carry out the normal Christian rituals performed every Sabbath days after my friend who is somewhat the other version of me with matters unconnected to religion presented a negotiable argument on the need to partake in the Sunday rituals. The… Continue reading Churching Strains Yet Cures
The post you are about reading is inspired by General Olusegun Obasanjo's "I See Hope" Though am too young to say that the Nigeria our past heroes left us with is better than the Nigeria we find ourselves today, what I heard as legend have it is that the country then was one peaceful place… Continue reading We Must Keep Hope Alive
Convince as i am that the great need of our age is revival of spiritual values and a drastic change in our subconscious thoughts, i still maintain that the major war in our country that requires attention is the lack of any clear vision of the future by the present administration which is having a… Continue reading Who is praying for Nigeria?
warning: this letter you are about reading is born out of childhood of watching home movies coupled with my observation of some women in our contemporary society. It should not be a yardstick for judging my personality. Thanks
Every August as i celebrate my birth, it dawn on me that “life is in stages and men are in sizes” twenty children do not play for twenty years. This year am 25. Unlike your mum, am not shy neither am i intimidate by my age. At this age, i am yet to have a date (or girlfriend as the case maybe) and i fear for when you will arrive this planet, i fear for the outcome of the father/child relationship that will exist between us, i fear for what the mother earth has in stock for you, and above all, i fear for bringing you into this wicked and evil world.
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