It's been a while, and so I must say a warm hello to you again, from the Land of Aus, "downunder". I'll have to re-learn the quirks of the system, so have patience with me, please !
I've written an article lodged today with NVS (just a few minutes ago, actually), but the matter is important, so I hope you may not mind "double dipping" in this case.
Here are a few links to a vision of the future which is clear and unambiguous, which links greatness to the credo of equality
Updated Feb 24, 2013 at 11:27 AM by a piper too
The story am about to write about is something close to the Movie:
Cynthia and Tajudeen were married for 10years and divorced for close to 4yrs.
They reconnected last year when a friend invited them to his mum's burial ceremony in Nigeria.
Tajudeen had gotten married to his young mistress who was the cause of the break up and Cynthia still single.
The friend who invited them made arrangement for all the guests to hangout in his country
Updated Jun 30, 2013 at 05:20 PM by emj
I will write more on this later.
Quite a lot to learn in this video. You will see how the youngman and lady started off.
You will also notice how she took care of her mother in law to be...
There's a lot to learn from it.
It's an ngbatic video with sub-title
We must have at one time or the other heard about how some women took charge of their home.
Some women have been known to be firm and some just allow things to ride with the hope that a negative situation will correct itself without lifting a finger.
The story am about to relate here still makes me go....'she's one lucky Lady'.
A high society woman on learning that her husband that she married when he didnt have much.
A man that she stood by and helped
Updated Jun 30, 2013 at 05:26 PM by emj
I will be blogging about some very close real life experiences.
No real names will be used and i hope someone somewhere will learn and run with the positives in the stories/life events.
I wont be too surprised if someone else finds the negatives of more use/value to them.
We all or rather some of us know already that marriage is honorable/desirable and it's not for everyone.
In the days of old we were taught to be very careful. Be
Updated Jun 4, 2013 at 12:28 AM by emj