Have you noticed that sometimes, indeed most times, the choices we make could either make or break us?
Our life choices could either hold us back for good or propel us to greater heights.
only recently i was reading about the life and times of the late Michael Jackson. The friends and advisers he had, the hangers on that were around him and his endless, but elusive pursuit for perfection. I was wondering if he had had a better set of friends and advisers, if he would
starting over is really one of the hardest things to do, but is also a necessity of life.
I have a friend who spent several years training in his field to pursue a career path but recently got laid off in this climate of economic recession. He now finds himself unemployed with a wife, four kids, a large mortgage to pay and he is middle aged. His choices are limited: either search for another job in the same field where the jobs are scarce or re-train and start over again completely
this week Chinagorom Onuoha aka African China is putting on the shelves, after a while, a new body of works he’s released a new album the new album is titled ‘The Return of the Legend’.
The album, the fourth in his music career, boasts of a compilation of gospel, love, philosophical and political songs. Produced by Lil’Johnny, the album is a 9-tracker and is rich in collaborations.
Speaking on his new release, an elated China boasted, ‘the last time Nigerians listened
"Count your Blessings" has always been a best-loved thanksgiving song. It was written by Johnson Oatman, Jr., and composed by Edwin Excell who created the tune for the hymn.
American Hymn-writer Johnson Oatman, Jr.
Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr., born on 21st April 1856, near Medford, New Jersey, was one of the important and prolific gospel song writers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As a child Oatman Junior became acquainted with the hymns of the church through the singing
Usually, when people in Nigeria hear you are going to Europe or America, one of the first things they advise you to do is to "get a sweater", because "it's freezing out there". Now this is sensible advice, because it is usually much colder in the West than in Africa.
But you know what they say - for every rule, there is an exception. And I tell you, right now in Seattle, we are definitely experiencing that exception well well! For the last week or so (especially in the last few days),