She loves her dog so much, she’s marrying him. Should we allow them? Shouldn’t we? But they are already kissing … Continue reading The Fate of Man
He had woken up with a start, at the alarm of his cellphone. It was 4:15am and he was already … Continue reading That Fateful Morning
Two weeks ago, after a rainfall, the street was flooded. The street was flooded because the drains were blocked. That’s … Continue reading The Broken Street
I love life! I really do. And while that may leave you wondering, “oh, really! who doesn’t?”, let me say … Continue reading Happy New Year
Since the outbreak of this deadly Ebola virus, all sorts of things – perspectives on the cause; the risk of … Continue reading Ignorance… The Real Plague of Black Africa
I read an article today which reminds me of a little conversation between my older brother, my uncle and perhaps … Continue reading The Genius and the Devil… The Discipline Factor
I wonder what my life will be like, if I have to look for my daughter or my niece – … Continue reading Where Are Our Daughters?
It was in the month of June when I saw Him for the first time. He was walking in the … Continue reading Mary Magdalen: on Meeting HIM for the First Time
Last week, I read an excellent piece by J.K. Randle on this same subject and it just made me wonder … Continue reading Professionalism and Nation Building
My moon, ah! Great ball of brilliant silver, Sole eye of the clear night: sparkly glitter. I shall sing to … Continue reading My Moon, Ah.