Celebrating the Girl childWho runs the world?? Girls!!! —A lyric by Beyoncé Infant in cradle. Young girl with doll. Late teen girl in grown up clothes. Bride in white dress and veil. Young mother holding baby. Middle-aged woman. Old, wearing spectacles. Bent over, using cane. 6 feet under the ground. The life cycle of a… Continue reading Her voice, her Pride
And that's how September started ... September 3. It's sad this month started with the burial of this great iconic African : Boseman Chadwick. After battling with Colon Cancer for a long while, he finally left to the great beyond. He was laid to rest in his hometown of Anderson, South Carolina. Now no more… Continue reading ….As silent as September
Nigeria calls: obey!!! Obey for today marks 60 years since she gained her independence. Obey for she has waxed stronger in good times and in bad times. Obey for she is held by beautiful, dauntless and happy people who are proud to call themselves "Nigerians". Obey....... Oba Ovonramwen in exile, Old Calabar, Nigeria C. 1897… Continue reading Arise O Compatriots
Celebrating International day of Peace.“If you want to end the war, then instead of sending guns, send books. Instead of tanks, send pens. Instead of soldiers, send teachers”.—Malala Yousafzai A world with peace is a dream of God. It is one of the principal reasons for human existence: to live in peace and unity. Though… Continue reading Peace to a broken world
Hiii. I have been nominated by an amazing blogger for Sunshine Blogger Award.Thank you Zahra for nominating me. I really appreciate it.Zahra has a wonderful blog. . Young at heart,she writes with passion, one filled with inspiration at all times Her blog will attract you , that I'm sure of. Http://chromelove5.wordpress.com Please visit Zahra's blog here: I am sure… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award.
‘From now on,These eyes will not be blinded by the lightsFrom now on,What’s waited till tomorrow starts tonight'— Hugh Jackman; The Greatest Showman. 'From now on' was performed after the fire destroyed P.T Barnum’s circus in the movie ; The Greatest Showman. He felt devastated not only because of that but also because his troupe… Continue reading From now on………..
I'm indeed proud and happy on this cause. I thank https://chromelove5.wordpress.com for the nomination. To be honest, I'm 19 years old but driven with a passion for writing. I believe if you visit my site, you would be marvelled by my write-ups. 🙃 RULES 1. Thank the blogger who nominated you.2. Share 11 facts about… Continue reading The Liebstar Award
It all started on August 4.......... An explosion site in Beruit, Lebanon Boom. Crash. Fire and flames everywhere as explosions rocked Beruit, the capital of Lebanon. Those explosions left more than 200 dead and 6,000 injured. You know what amazes me more? If you don't know, Beruit is one of the most watched countries in… Continue reading What an August !!!!
In remembrance of slave trade and it's abolition“I know my great, great great aunty was a slaveI can only imagine all the sacrifice she madeI can only imagine all the shit she had to takeI'ma make sure all the blood she gave wasn’t in vain”– Big Sean; 'sacrifices' Being of slave descent, Sean reflects on… Continue reading Break the Silence, lest We Forget
Commemorating victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you”— Matthew 5:44 From the sacrifice of the Mass by Catholics, to the Jewish Sabbath and the Ramadan Fast of Islam, it can be seen that religion is an important aspect of human culture. An… Continue reading Building Bridges across Barriers