Its Father’s Day, a day when people go online and post about how their fathers have shaped their lives, toiled for them, given them what they never had themselves and how they have been there for them. It might be true and it might be a farce given that social media promotes the culture of… Continue reading Redefining what it means to be a man
Resist the urge to listen to those who try to tell you who you should be; you know yourself better than anyone could. But also resist the urge to be deaf for there are things about you you only learn through someone else. Resist the urge to be hard for in softness lies formidable strength.… Continue reading A poem for “those” days
When we define ourselves in our minds, who are we? I ask myself that question from time to time because change is constant. And you have to be phenomenal to have a strong growth game. Always re-inventing and introducing yourself anew to the world. Nowadays with the onset of technology, you can actually tell… Continue reading Who are you?
“Social media is more about sociology and psychology than it is about technology” This is a post about honesty. Because we are living in an age where honesty stands to be an a word we reminisce about but whose meaning we will have forgotten. The world we live in now feels like its bombarding us… Continue reading Overstimulated
I have to share this very perceptive thoughtful essay by George Carlin… a comedian of the 70s and 80s. It speaks for itself The Paradox of our Time The paradox of our time in history is that We have taller buildings, but shorter tempers Wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints We spend more, but have less… Continue reading The Paradox of Life
There is something about being female that is usually off sometimes. Being a woman is a beautiful thing. Nevertheless, women will never be judged with equal measure as men. Ever since the beginning of time, women have been viewed as the weaker sex. Why so?? In matters sexual, the order of the day is simple:… Continue reading DOUBLE STANDARDS