I went somewhereAnd I learned something…I read somewhere that tonight, the sixteenth of April 2022, is a full moon. Another rabbit hole along the initial thought was that this full moon was also referred to as a 'pink moon'.The seat of my soul expanded as I thought along these lines.I learned about the peculiar moon … Continue reading An Easter Bunny
Are you surrounded by the derelict?Does your world seem hopelessAre you persecuted by inner conflict?Heart heavy... your eyes sleepless? Lift up eye and heart, forget the pain Envision a dream altogether wonderfulDraw your vision and allow it be plainColour the present with thoughts peaceful Recognize that this is your momentSeize opportunities, become invaluableMake every day … Continue reading Indefatigable
Thoughts are things.
Boarding school for me was a mix-mash of amazement. College was my first foray into the world. You see I grew up as an only child. The whole experience of college was like a psychedelic trip. It was all like a blur. Then it was over. In recent times, I have begun to remember. All … Continue reading Me Myself
So there is Africa, the continent. And inside Africa is a country called Nigeria. Plateau is a state in the north-central part of Nigeria. The capital city of Plateau state is Jos. Plateau state is a dream. It is utopia to all accused of wanderlust. Plateau state has hills, waterfalls, springs, and hiking trails. It … Continue reading Ardo
“Even as individuals become families and families become communities, and communities become nations, so eventually must the nations draw together in peace.’’ – Marjorie Watts The U.S. has been investing in the people of Nigeria for decades. Both countries have thrived via bilateral relationships and diplomatic support. From assisting in Nigeria's fight against malaria to … Continue reading WHAT 60 YEARS OF THE U.S. – NIGERIA RELATIONSHIP MEANS TO ME
The Lost Generation. A poem by Jonathan Reed.
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