• Book Review,  Inspiration

    Fulfill the purpose

    I was with a friend sometimes ago and we were discussing about books. He asked me about the book I was reading and I told him ‘Shoe Dog’ by Phil knight. I asked him the same and he opened his back pack and brought out a book. ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari‘. I was fascinated by the tittle( I love Ferraris) and I had to plead for the book, but he declined. Well, I wasn’t too heartbroken( I’ve been learning to accept rejections from people) and this dude here has learned to protect his books like treasures. Long story short, I had to get the book myself and I…

  • Poetry

    Damn you

      Damn You! What have I done to deserve you? You cut me deep with a blunt knife and you left my wound wide open You pushed me to fall to the wayside like stickmen toppled by a hurricane. You made my heart homeless like tsunami victims Damn you! What have I done to deserve you? You made me weep like a child thirsty of breast milk You caused me to growl like a wounded lion stricken by the hunters spear You pulverised me like peppers in the throat of a grinding machine You flushed my shattered pieces down your toilet to swim in the midst of your feces Damn…

  • Fiction

    Love on the road

    That morning was very cold. Rain fell the previous night and it kept me on my bed. The weather brought that sensation that makes you crave for more sleep even when it’s bright outside. My mother stormed my room and then expectedly slapped my butt. She was very fond of that. She usually tells me that my butt was too big for me. For the most part, she recounts how she had a flat ass-cheek at my age, and perhaps I had inherited mine from her mother, my grandmother. I couldn’t really fathom why she’d complain about it like it was a problem for anyone. Even if it was, it’d…

  • Lifestyle

    Love yourself first

      “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection” – Buddha YEAH! you read that right. Love yourself first before you love somebody else. Loving yourself is very essential to be a better person. When you claim to love yourself, it means that you accept and respect who and what you are. True self-love is an unconditional feeling of love, and accepting yourself with all your strength and ignoring your flaws. Have you ever wondered if someone ask you about things you love and how long it will actually take you to mention yourself? Some things may be equally essential but nothing is…

  • Lifestyle

    I want you to be happier

    Happiness held is the seed; Happiness shared is the flower. -John Harrigan Happiness should be a daily goal for every one of us. Happiness shouldn’t just be a destination to reach in the future. Some of us have made up our mind to find happiness only when we achieve something either materials or just mere events such as; Buying that Benz that you are craving for, Living in your dream mansion, Travelling to Dubai for summer vacation and many others. We decide to lie to ourselves about a better tomorrow that ain’t certain and nobody knows really exists. This doesn’t mean one shouldn’t have wonderful dreams but it shouldn’t be…

  • Poetry

    Lies No Truth, In Lies

      Lies No Truth In Lies. Heard of the tale, Of the doll that grew? A trek down google, Could put you in the know! There lies no truth In a lie at all; ‘cause a lie, is a lie, Is a lie: just as a lie. You could paint it, Or garnish it in a pastel’s Hue; or call it white, Innocent or constructive. You could bury the truth, In the sands or darker tombs. But let the wise-ing know- Buried things rear heads. Hide it in religious cloaks, Pass it by idea’s caravans, Swear it by your oath, But does that change a thing? There is no just…

  • Article,  Lifestyle

    The rats and diamond

    A rat once swallowed a diamond and the owner of the diamond contracted a man to kill the rat. When the rat hunter arrived to kill the rat, there were more than a thousand rats bunched up, and one sitting by itself away from the pack. He killed the one sitting by itself and that was the exact one that had swallowed the diamond. The owner of the diamond was amazed and asked the hunter, “How did you know it was that rat that swallowed my diamond?” “Very easy,” the hunter smiled. “When idiots get rich they don’t mix with old friends.” This post is not all  about tales of…

  • Uncategorized

    Happy New Year! 2019 is here

    From my heart to yours, I wish you marvelous and prosperous 2019. As last year draws to a close, and a new one begins today, it’s a good chance to catch your breath and spend a few hours just thinking about the year ahead and where you want to be and what you wanna achieve. I’m not talking about some New Year’s resolutions but to think strategically about how you can make 2019 a lot more valuable,productive and prosperous for yourself and to be a much better person. Create and write down smart goals and stick to it throughout the year. Gear up for the challenges ahead and prepare to emerge…

  • Poetry

    Legend

    The blacksmith’s boy went out with a rifle and a black dog running behind. Cobwebs snatched at his feet, rivers hindered him, thorn branches caught at his eyes to make him blind and the sky turned into an unlucky opal, but he didn’t mind. I can break branches, I can swim rivers, I can stare out any spider I meet, said he to his dog and his rifle. The blacksmith’s boy went over the paddocks with his old black hat on his head. Mountains jumped in his way, rocks rolled down on him, and the old crow cried, You’ll soon be dead. And the rain came down like mattocks. But…