I rushed back into the school premises at a fast pace. The blinding sun reminded me of my resolve to get a new pair of Sun shades. It was past 10am and my class must’ve begun, having been scheduled for 10am. I rushed towards the bus route going to faculty of law, at the car… Continue reading The One Who Owes The World
“Only self-discipline keeps you learning when there is no one marking your script. Only great managers of self become great leaders tommorow.” -Excerpts from engaging the power of self discipline. We’re meant to improve on ourselves, as humans. When we stop, there is a problem. We’re to constantly assess ourselves and make necessary improvement. Any… Continue reading Finance and perspective
Hello. Happy independence day celebration to Nigerians. Today, I’ll be sharing on mistakes and ways to retrace our steps and learn from them. I’ll share using instances of mistakes I’ve made over this past weekend and useful tips you could all use, if faced with similar situations. 1. Understand that sometimes, our emotions face court… Continue reading Mistakes and perspective
I was enroute Ilorin from Ibadan. I got a seat at the back of the sienna vehicle. When I got to the park, only two passengers were needed to fill up the vehicle, I was one of the two. The last person to come was a student, clothed in his uniform. He seemed like a… Continue reading To all ‘uncles’
Hiii. Before I tender a formal apology for my absence, I’ll let you know that I think you’re more dignified than to recieve a quick apology. Not the commonly seen “I’m sorry I’ve been away, thanks for being faithful… Life happens…” sort of apology before the post begins in earnest. I believe you deserve a… Continue reading Shopping list v world order
So, it’s a Tuesday evening, and I’m ready to publish a blog post. I don’t want to do it in my room. I make up my mind and leave with a mat for heritage Park inside University of Ibadan. There, I chat on my phone and relax. There isn’t so much breeze, the sun… Continue reading No letters to the past, no letters to the future!
So, my mum steps out of the car at the market to buy some items. I’m in the car, I stare at her back. Every time she gets down from the car without a second thought in order to buy foodstuff regardless of the fact that we’re (my sisters and I) in the car and… Continue reading The boy must Know Book!