From two years ago, I ran into this.
I almost do not remember writing it, but I like it much!
Originally Posted by Auspicious
*ps: update @ Shoko; I just read your post after posting this.
Obugi, Valteena, ALL - here is my view again:
In my humble opinion, religion - the need to believe in a Supreme, All-Knowing Being - derives from the natural desire of humans to find answers in a world full of unsolved questions. Humans are naturally
The rain woke me up this morning. I felt the cold that seeped into the room through a crack in the window magnified by the air conditioner that was buzzing at maximum power. I struggled to open my heavy eyes. The flu that attacked me two days ago made me dizzy. My hands of themselves pulled my thick blanket over my head as to say; 'please rain let Yum sleep again'.
I decided there and then I was not going to get out of bed today. I have a reluctance to face my work desk and everything
I have always wanted to see Brazil and I imagined I would love it. In fact many times in the past, I have felt Brazilian. When I was young, a TV show named La Fantastico was a staple in my home. I also had childhood friends who were born and raised in popo Aguda (Cuban/Brazilian quarters) in Lagos. Also, I have always liked Brazilian music, especially those that have African influences. Anyone following my choices on Pandora will know that Clara Nunes is a favorite
Just this week and it isn't the first time, I have received a package in the mail from a well known charity along with a request for donation. It contained complimentary branded note-lets, a multi purpose celebratory card that could be used as a birthday, thank you, anniversary or any other use, card. The package also contained bookmarks, address labels, a pen and a lapel pin.
This got me wondering does that particular charity really need any donation from me. I mean if they have
The decision of the Senate yesterday directing the Federal Government of Nigeria to take steps to immediately to initiate the process to file an application at the International Court of Justice for a review of its judgment delivered on the 10/10/2002 concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Equatorial Guinea Intervening) is indeed a very good development. Recall that the House of Representatives passed a similar resolution directing the Federal Government of Nigeria