Oh my Heart!

You are my journey

You are my destination as well

Living without you is tough, O heart!

You are present in my prayers

Your absence tries me

You are necessary to complete me   

Even if I have received only pain from you,

As I have received it from you, I will always seek you … More Oh my Heart!

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Celebrate Everyday!

Even when it seems like everything is going wrong in your life, there is always something that’s going right. You owe it to yourself to find out what that is and bring it into your awareness. No one will love you if you do not love yourself. No one will make you happy if you do not radiate happiness. No one can give you confidence if you don’t feel self-worthy. It’s not a matter of someday. You can make that choice to drop that low spirit and strive to have a brighter and happier life, because the more you focus on the good stuff, the more good stuff you find. … More Celebrate Everyday!

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Raising kids in a perverse generation

A famous Nigeria actress said, “The best gift you can give your child is the Word of God”. God did indeed give you these children for this time. You need to help them discover the secret in the Word of God that will take them to wonderful places, even beyond this world. Daily instruction in God’s Word is key in raising children in this age. The Word is very clear on men and women, marriage, sexual perversion, and right and wrong. There are so many teachings and personal opinions on the internet which can, quite frankly, get your mind twisted if you’re not even grounded in a Truth. If for the only reason that the Bible is a book of morals and ideals, then there is no harm in obeying to the letter, without additions or subtractions. It’s very clear on the hardening of hearts to the truth, and on fools being led astray. Read it with and to your children daily. Memorize passages. Explain how they relate to our practical times. … More Raising kids in a perverse generation

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Single parenting with your partner?

Some say you can’t call it single parenting when you have a partner because that would mean you at least have some sort of support to raise and handle the children emotionally and financially. But in the case where you’re practically the only emotional and financial support your children have, it’s safe to say you’re in the single parenting category. At its most stark, being a single parent is doing EVERYTHING – being the breadwinner, doing all of the parenting and most importantly, having no back up when either one goes south. Being a single parent is generally not staying at home with your children while someone else works to put a roof over your heads. It’s leaving your children with someone else, paying for the privilege and going out to work to put a roof over everyone’s heads. Then it’s arriving home after working a full day and being hit with all the parenting stuff on top of the full day’s paid work. … More Single parenting with your partner?

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Limitations of Blogging

If you’ve ever visited a blog on a website and noticed it hasn’t been updated for a year, or more you’ll know it looks bad. A dead blog is worse than no blog at all which is my number fear in blogging. If you are going to blog on your own site or even one of the free blogging platforms it’s crucial that you have a regular posting schedule. That way, your readers know your pattern of posting and can always come back at certain times (calculated as your peak view times) and be sure to find something interesting to read. However, this possess as another challenge – consistency.    … More Limitations of Blogging

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The longer you’ve been single, the better you’ll be in a relationship

We spend so much time putting on facades for others. We pretend to be people we’re not. And when we try too hard to fit in, we lose ourselves often without realizing it. We all change with time, but we don’t always grow with time. Sometimes we take a couple of steps backward. We regress and turn into our younger, more immature selves. It happens but keeping these moments brief is also advised. Once you take some time to be alone and explore who you are, keeping in mind the person you want to be, you’ll get to know yourself again. You’ll come to realize what’s most important to you. You’ll also learn what’s trivial and disposable in your life. … More The longer you’ve been single, the better you’ll be in a relationship

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I see you!

If loving is gifting

I’m glad I got the best gift

It’s not for what you are or who are you

I know plenty of people with eyes closed

They don’t see you like I do

But darling, it’s what you are and who you are to me. … More I see you!

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