When I was a child, at every Christmas season, we children of the 1940's, 50's, 60's and 70's glued ourselves to the radio, to listen to "The Happy Prince", "The Small One", "The Littlest Angel", and "The Tongue-less Ones". All of these stories instilled in us, without our even being aware of it, the principles of Jesus, and the stories he told as parables during his ministry 2000 years ago, and of "The Golden Rule".
How happy I am to report to you that my internet "google search"
Updated Dec 23, 2013 at 09:11 AM by a piper too
Originally Posted by Sisi Eko
A rapist blames his victims
DECEMBER 19, 2013 BY ABIMBOLA ADELAKUN
Many a time, when a male rapist is apprehended, he mischievously blames his victim for his conscienceless manhood. He mouths inanities like, "She made me do it because of the way she was dressed", or, "I did it to teach her a lesson." Or, "her body was irresistible."
Enjoy this blog of a very interesting Yoruba movie:
In life, Nelson Mandela often commented upon issues of faith, even though he was not, on the face of it, a religious man. But for all that, he was a man of faith, and of vision; courageous; in for the long haul; unafraid to speak out in the face of adversity for the "right" and "true". I could, of course write on for a very long time about his suffering, and his redemption. But that writing has already begun, and will echo through the millennia , periodically revised and revisited to come to the
The fear of running empty?
Yes the fear of the barn running low and finally empty and the jar of oil running dry is the bane of most rich people, true or false?
I write today from experience and have learnt not to be offended but pity some supposedly rich people.
Not just rich but some also famous or well known in the society(Nigeria)
I recall some two decades and some shengi(not typo) ago when we were going through our wedding presents and envelopes.