Feminists before Chauvinists (males, of course!)

We are not unfamiliar with the law 'Bros before Hoes'. Last night when I was viewing 'Think Like a Man' film, there was a scene in a bus where Kevin Hart, requesting his mates not to answer their girl friends' calls, uttered the unwritten law 'Bros before Hoes'. Of course, we know that in a... Continue Reading →

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Hero Worship

One comfort is, that Great Men, taken up in any way, are profitable company. We cannot look, however imperfectly, upon a great man, without gaining something by him. He is the living light-fountain, which it is good and pleasant to be near. The light which enlightens, which has enlightened the darkness of the world; and... Continue Reading →

The Power of Swear Words

'No swearing!' How often have we heard parents and figures of authority utter the above-mentioned words?  Being a parent of a teenager and an educator, every now and then I quell my impulse to swear. When my son was a child, I was more prudent about the use of these valuable yet unapproved words. Nowadays,... Continue Reading →

Is Religion man-made?

Learned scholars may have different ideas to share with the general public. I have a few theories of my own. Religion was created by man to restore order in a chaotic society where survival of the fittest was the norm. Brute force always won in such a society. Things, belongings and women were snatched away... Continue Reading →

Authoring, an expensive affair?

A few years ago, the only route to publishing was traditional publishing. In order to get the attention of a traditional publisher, the usual recommended drills are a 'stand out' query letter, a well-established literary agent, an edited copy of the manuscript and a cover for the book designed by book cover designers. Although the... Continue Reading →

Bathroom Singers

From time immemorial, songs have always been sung by people for every occasion whether it is singing a lullaby, singing for social occasions such as marriages, birthdays, celebrations, festivities etc., or in fields and at workplaces to minimise the burden of labour  and in melancholic situations to ease away the pain, irrespective of their cultural... Continue Reading →

A bird with wings will fly

And for an hour I have walked and prayed Because of the great gloom that is in my mind . I have walked and prayed for this young child an hour ... Imagining in excited reverie That the future years had come, Dancing to a frenzied drum, Out of the murderous innocence of the sea.... Continue Reading →

Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall . . .

Dragging a reluctant teenager for a hair cut to a salon is not easy but last Wednesday when he readily consented I was  a little surprised but a quick glance at his head made me realise that the untameable afro on his head was the reason for the compliance. Fortunate to have obtained a parking... Continue Reading →

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