No profession is easy to excel in. Each has its own fair share of challenges, but we can only traverse where our passion takes us to.
There are really no perfect rules to being a good radio presenter. The tips are nothing compared to practicing or being on the field. Continue reading
Endurance is your weapon in this “Battle of Marathon” called life, and the first acid test of your endurance is your ability to read this discourse.
Marathon originated from the Legend of Philippides, the great messenger who announced the defeat of Persia in 490BC. He was said to have run from the Battle of Marathon to Athens without stopping. Continue reading
Few years down the line, and time can’t erase the good deed of a man who thought of others and did his own quota for mankind.
In May 2014, a Saudi man who prefers to remain anonymous set a giant refrigerator outside, as a food donation drop off and pick up point. Continue reading
I am writing this from the deepest part of my heart and I am concerned because we are raising a generation of people, especially believers who rather than take responsibility for their mistakes, failings and errors, turn around to blame the devil and someone else.
Actually, the devil does not break down doors. If the devil has access in your life, you gave him that opening, no matter how small such opening may be.
Light does not enter a room except there is a crack somewhere or an opening. Continue reading
Have you taken out time to imagine how the earth rotates, causing day and night? Have you wondered why the day must break after nightfall and why nothing really last forever?
Think of revolution, which is the earth traveling around the sun. This revolution takes 365 days and brings forth different seasons. This moment it shines, and the next moment it could be raining.
You should have, in plain words, speak
Instead of whispering gibberish Greek
From this cup of pain, you too, drink
Why pretend tis a cup that stink
Like a transparent veil, through you I did see
True Intents, stinging like a bee Continue reading
I used to live on the Lagos Mainland while working on the Island. I left for work at 7am then 6am and finally 5am as the traffic situation got worse each year.
A friend reminded me that I was addicted to Red Bull and coffee in those days. I rarely saw daylight. I would leave home before daybreak and return after sunset. I needed something to keep me awake during the day. Continue reading