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I MUST GET TO THE TOP- A GLASS OF IFE GRACE

Since the beginning of this year, I’ve been more deliberate about personal development. Not that I wasn’t doing this before but I wanted to scale up and increase my knowledge base.  I created a timeblock for reading books and watching videos tailored towards the areas I was seeking improvement. There was also one mastermind amongst others whose works I was voraciously feeding on. I journaled...

IT’S OFFICIAL: I’VE DROPPED OUT

This post is not in any way meant to derive sympathy from anyone. This is my blog and part of what I do here is to share my personal experiences as I journey through life. About three years ago, a friend called to inform me about my class’ convocation at the university of Lagos. His name was on the list along with most of my other classmates. Of course, my name wasn’t on that list. He was sad...

PRESSING ON WHEN LIFE DOESN’T GO AS PLANNED

That was how Irene left her lane to face a bus packed full with little children. The driver flashed his headlight several times and just as it slammed hard on the break, she swerved to her lane but then there was a truck behind her. Thankfully, the truck was moving slowly and it stopped right behind her as she straightened the steering wheels and regained her balance. Trembling, she pulled up in...

A WALK INTO DIVINE PURPOSE

Fifteen years ago, It never would have crossed my mind that one day I would write a book or open a beautiful site like this or have lots of people telling how much inspired they have been by my articles. I was just a very young girl trying to make sense of her life. How did I come to this point in my life? The first time I ever picked up a pen to write anything was when I was in primary three...

MY BABY BOY (A MOTHER’S WORDS TO HER NEW BORN SON)

Dear Son, These nine months, I waited for you. I talked to you every morning and whispered silent prayers every night, these long unbearable months. I imagined you on the bed cuddled in my arms, your eyes darting back and forth as you kicked your tiny legs in the air. I hear our cheers and laughter on the rickety football pitch that your dad constructed in front of the boy’s quarters When I...

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