Nigeria is a nation of two realities that dumbfound each other, where millions poo in streams while others worry about ₦3.5 million naira secondary school fees … More When Privilege Comes Knocking
Good fathers and good mothers give us memorable childhoods but we grow and forget there’s anything like Fathers’ Day … More Effort Sans Celebration
We appreciate our mothers but somehow find it hard to celebrate our fathers because we were not taught better … More To My Dad, For the Thanks I Fail to Say
Thankful now, tomorrow, always … More Thankful, Now and Always
When was the last time you showed gratitude to anyone? Thanks to many of us in this generation thinking that the world revolves around us, aided by a sense of entitlement, gratefulness is hardly on the agenda any more. It’s as if everyone around us is an indentured servant.
It’s Mothering Sunday 2015. It’s a day to celebrate our mothers—the kind-hearted guardian angels who watch over us from the cradle until we leave the home. We may grow older and leave the home, but our place in their hearts is never empty. Happy Mothering Sunday 2015 … More To My Mom and Every Other Mother
In Church yesterday, the sermon was on “Thanksgiving”. I have listened to quite a number of gratitude-themed messages, but I could not help but think about the pastor’s words. One thing I have learnt and that fascinates me about God’s Word, is its ability to appear fresh every time.