Time

You are are going to ponder upon what I am about to tell you. It is strange how a series of seemingly unrelated events 'add up down the street'.  These events though unrelated turn out to be monumental. So monumental that I am forced to acknowledge the truth that, "all you know is all you … Continue reading Time

~A DECEM ~ OUT NOW!

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Man of The House

The signs are always there. We choose to ignore them. Try to freeze chunks of time in your relationship. Study those chunks. Even if in retrospect... There were telltale signs I am sure. That instant when you know or knew that it was going to work or not. But as humans we tend to make … Continue reading Man of The House

The Holy Mountain

Ikechukwu's arrival made me smile. He was here because I had called him in We were all happy to see him. At least I think we all were. However my joy was futuristic. I was excited about where we would go after the remaining Adventurers had gone. Do not get me wrong. I liked them … Continue reading The Holy Mountain

Prophet (Dr.) Abi’ Samuel

(Thank you R. O for letting me do this. May you always have parables to tell.) I have never deceived myself. I think that that is the worst sort of deception, when you lie to yourself. My name is Prophet (Dr.) Abi' Samuel. I shepherd a flock of about three hundred and fifty souls in … Continue reading Prophet (Dr.) Abi’ Samuel

The Hospital

I am many things. But tonight, I am a doctor. The man had diabetes. When we met for my prognosis he weighed 292 pounds, all of which supported a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus. His disease was initially managed with diet, exercise, and metformin (Glucophage). Four months later, with weight loss and exercise, his … Continue reading The Hospital