"The skin colour of the slave masters changed but we're not really free." "We used to be really excited back in the day, we would buy flags, share them, run around in green. Give to all our neighbours. Stick them on our cars. But now, independence means nothing. It's just another holiday where there's … Continue reading “I want to love Nigeria from afar and say I miss Suya”
This is one short extract I really liked over Sunday. What’s up? God wants you to be honest and upright. What time does the clock above show? Yes, six o’clock. Now, it may seem strange to ask but, “Are you six o’clock?” What does that even mean? The long hand of the clock … Continue reading Are you six o’clock?
CRY. FEEL LOST. MOVE ON. BELIEVE. BE BOLD. BE AWED. There are always exceptions,' replied Flea. 'They are what make you exceptional. ― Mo Willems They say it's weak to cry but that's more than a big lie. There is a certain way this life is set up. You have the big picture of what … Continue reading It’s okay to travel without packing a bag
And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. - Colossians 3:17 “Give thanks with a grateful heart, give thanks to the Holy one, give thanks...” That was the first song that came up in church yesterday … Continue reading Gratitude
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Beautiful is the 'thank you' Wrapped with gratitude, Offered to peace prone people Who offer what is real-themselves To nurse with love and humility naplam as asphyxiated victims in our stained world veiling ambition with face of ambition. Beautiful is the moment when sunlit world fades away And with it mind made mirror While look … Continue reading March: A hint at what is beautiful?