You know that feeling when you get to a place and you just know you don’t want to be there? That was me on my first day at the NYSC camp. Continue reading “MY NYSC CAMP EXPERIENCE”
I used to find it odd how at the end of each year there was always someone or even a group of people who concluded it was a year of growth for them. Continue reading “2016: Year Of Growth? (22 Lessons In 22 Years)”
This is a series on my NYSC experience. Each part will be posted as experienced. Hope you enjoy.
So I’m at that point in every Nigerian graduate’s life where some dread and others are excited about.. yep you guessed it. The NYSC PHASE.
You know, she loved before
At that time she thought it was the most beautiful feeling ever
And it was
Or at least she thought it was.
To have that one person she could share her thoughts with
That one person she could fall back on when things were not going well
That one person she could tell I love you so many times without a care in the world.
However, Life happened
And Continue reading “GOD’S LOVE (Half way there)”
Locust beans also known as Iru or Dawa Dawa amongst certain West Africans is a type of seasoning or condiment used in stews or soups.
No one can deny the importance and difference it makes when used in making soups like ‘Efo riro’ and ‘Egusi’. However, while most might disagree, for me, the smell isn’t so great and just a few months back I had a terrible experience with it. Continue reading “The Locust Beans Embarassment”
I came across this on twitter the other day and it really got me thinking.
It was like the answer to everything happening around me.
If you dig deep you will understand.
The problems we all face today is mostly caused by this. We turn away from him, form attachments with things unrelated to him, and then we complain of being disappointed, we complain of being unhappy, why wouldn’t you be? Continue reading “Forming Attachments Other Than Allah”
The way people die nowadays is really scary. I mean you could be laughing with someone the night before, and wake up the next morning to hear about the person’s demise.
Wallah, this is some wake up call!.
And we are all still so blinded by this worldly life to even realize it.
It’s not about the number of people you know or you’ve met on earth, but how much of a positive influence you’ve been in their lives.
Imagine yourself dying today, how many people will feel your loss? Continue reading “Wake up call”