The events that have transpired 5000 years ago, 500 years, 5 years ago even 5 minutes ago, have determined what will happen 5 minutes from now, 5 years from now, 500 years from now and 5,000 years from now. All history is a current event. - John Henrik Clarke
I have tried to restrain myself from being drawn into the swirling public discourse regarding the current state of Nigeria, that is, its failing state... but when increasingly the space for commentary becomes filled with
Zenith's zepher zestfully zigzagged zips, zen zapping zany zoned zonked zero zealots zzz.5555
What on earth does this sentence mean, and what is its relevance to us ? We can see that the letter of every word in the sentence starts with "z", the last letter or symbol in the English language, and also features a most particular number - 5555.
Actually, this sentence was "made up" by me, as I had a final need to supplement my second collection of 5555 quotes from around
Updated May 5, 2014 at 08:58 AM by a piper too
Originally Posted by emj
And a well written prose by one of our children:
BN Prose: Mustapha's Story by Mitchell Aghatise[/h]Posted on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 at 9:45 AM
By Mitchell Aghatise
My first brush with authority was when I was in JSS3. We were preparing for the
Hoihoihoi...this is not about "The Day Of The Jackal"(a movie i watch when i was still a young garl) but rather about how a rabble rouser met his waterloo.....
Oh no, it's not what you think...this is a short and sweet blog which might remain a work in progress as in to be contd for as long as NVS remains.
Lets first look at the definition of rabble rouser:
Urban Dico (yes ke becos am hip):
One who starts trouble.
Updated May 16, 2014 at 11:27 PM by emj
The tomb, that tomb, which tomb......aha, you're wondering what am on about.
Get yourself a comfortable stool, and if possible a bible or just a notebook, or just relax and read.
A unique Tomb, One victorious Tomb that is now empty and has been since then.
The book of John 20:1-8:The Empty Tomb:20 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the