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Nigeria is not the best country, but it is a good one

If you don’t know how you are blessed, you will think your father’s farm is worse than your friend’s father’s farm. Do not be deceived, Nigeria is not the best country but it is a good one. $1 is #500 and so what? Let me elucidate from my little experience. Can anyone in the USA…
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Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I)

Every MAN is a product of FATE (Part I: Compendium). You are reading Episode I (Part I) of Every MAN is a product of FATE LOVE your work or leave it alone. You are setting up yourself for a nervous breakdown or heart attack if you continue to work at a job you hate and…
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I’m A Broken Woman

‘I am a broken woman’ is a poem explaining the act of child abuse and molestation which is highly rampant. The poet wrote about a 13-year-old girl’s experience. You say you care But you don’t That’s why you’re not here but there You said you’d change but you won’t Every night since I was five…
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When pain brings you down

“When pain brings you down, don’t be silly, don’t close your eyes and cry, you just might be in the best position to see the sun-shine.” Alanis Morissette Pain is an unpleasant sensation caused by illness, physical or emotional injury. Like pleasure, pain is an emotion easily felt. Pain can make you stronger physically, emotionally,…
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Time in a mirror

“Time in a mirror” is a poem about seasons and changes that comes with it. White-tip mountains, majestic, stand tall.Images of trees, reflections of clouds in blue.Birds in flight look down to see years gone by,years still to see.Leaves of green, brown, yellow, and red,reflect as they float to their winter bed.Footprints in the snow…
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The Black Race

Our skin is as pure as gold Shines more brighter than diamond Our beauty was used as cufflinks We sold ourselves to dollars Now suffering the naira While our culture became clothing’s to the white We are living in our own bondage Dreams sold out of greed Hope lost since yesterday From tribal wars Religious…
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How To Help Stop Excessive Bleeding

Follow the steps below carefully. Do not panic. Try as much as possible to keep the injured person calm.

9 Strategies to help you top the game in your business niche

Every business enterprise occupies a place in the overall market of its chosen product line. The enterprise could be a market leader, a market challenger, or a market follower. Whichever posture an enterprise chooses; there are strategies to adopt. A market challenger may adopt the following strategies: Price-discount strategy – product offerings of comparable quality…
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What is the largest animal in the world?

The blue whale is the largest animal that ever lived on Earth. It is also the loudest animal on Earth. These enormous mammals eat tiny organisms, like plankton and krill, which they sift through baleen (a thorny substance attached to the upper jaw). They live in pods (small groups). These grey-blue whales have 2 blowholes…
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Can doing little things improve me?

It is the little things that we do that define us and also gives an idea of what we are capable of doing when faced with bigger challenges.” – Henry UkazuIn one of the past few days, as I was reading through one of the articles that I had an interest in, I stumbled into…
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Understanding What, How, and When to start a business of choice

Understanding what, how, and when to start a business of choice is key to key every kind of business you intend to kick start. Marketing niching is of interest not only to small enterprises but also small divisions of larger enterprises. Enterprises identify opportunities and occupy market niches that are safe and profitable. An ideal…
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This hood called adulthood

‘This hood called adulthood’ is a poetry about growing to become an adult. The poet believes this is the last and final stage of every man. He pointed out the every child desire to become an adult not understanding the implications within. It doesn’t add up How I became an adult Without my profound consent…
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Am I a man or a man-age

Am I a man or a man-age is a poem about growing up into adulthood. The poet explain the self doubt that can occur when growing into adulthood. It is so hard to say I haven’t heard before Even the truth keep starring each moment Stirring my emotions and leaving me in tears Tearing me…
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Kismet: Every MAN is a product of FATE

Kismet: Every MAN is a product of FATE. An introduction to a nearly true life story written by Victor Eshameh in the year 2009. Helen Keller once said, ‘life is either a daring adventure or nothing. To keep our fate towards change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable.’ …
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Causes of many failed lives – Peer group stimulus

In the last episode I shared how parenting can be a causer of many failed lives. This episode will dwell on another causer of failed lives. Peer group stimulus Peer group is a vital part of human growth. This group awakens the mind frame of children to lots of things they naturally won’t bother about.…
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How to get rid of snails from your garden

Large numbers of snails in a garden or farmland can quickly become a serious problem. Snails are nocturnal. They look for sources of food during the night or during the early hours of the morning. They consume more food at the colder months. This is so they can store up fat reserves to live on…
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How Pepsi survived in a Coca-Cola dominated market

Before the Second World War, Coca-Cola dominated America soft drink industry. There was really no second place firm worth mentioning. “Pepsi raised hardly a flicker of recognition in coke’s consciousness.” Pepsi-Cola was a newer drink that cost less to manufacture and whose taste thought to be less satisfying than coke. Its major selling point was…
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Maybe you are exhausted like I’m exhausted, read this

Maybe you are exhausted like I’m exhausted. Masked with depression behind the make up. I no longer want to wake up and sleep too. My cloud of tears keeps on raining and still, I can’t find rest when my eyes close at night. The night too helps me escape the reality of the light. The…
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This is my confession (featuring Poetress Tarrish)

Intro: Your self-esteem; how much you feel about yourself and how much you like and value yourself determines your happiness more than any other single factor. Hold up right there: I need a beat Even if it is a heartbeat I need to drop some vibes I don’t mind you vibrating Something rings in my…
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Causes of many failed lives – Parental influence

In a sentence or two, I will share with you what my poetic friend has to say about life. But before then, there are several causes of failed lives and these must be considered carefully. There is no order of prominence to causers of failed life but each influences life greatly. Parental influence “Train a…
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Raising healthy and happy girls

Raising healthy and happy girls can be challenging, especially in a country like India where gender bias presents itself at every corner. Setting up your girl adequately for a future in the real world starts from the time she is born. Bringing up girls can be complex – from physical to mental health priorities –…
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My five kitty cats (Poetry)

My five kitty cats is a poem about cats. The poet explains how jolly good the five cats in her possession are. She shed light on some of their activities around the house. Enjoy the poem below: Buster, Sparkle, Newbie, Speedy and then there’s Pixie our smallest kitty, One, two, three and four and five,…
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POETRY: Why Did You Leave Me?

“Why do you leave me” is a poem about the pain of losing a loved one. The poet explains the feeling of loneliness and emptiness that death creates in the life of those alive.

Sometimes love is not all you need

Sometimes, love takes away the light in your life and leaves you in the dark. Alone! Sometimes, love takes your breath away and leaves you to choke. Alone! Sometimes, love takes your sight away so you never saw yourself crashing. Until you crash landed; Alone! Sometimes, love melt your heart away and leaves you heartless…
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How to manage work and family successfully

We asked EO Entrepreneurs‘ Organization members what they’ve learned from being a parent and an entrepreneur, Jessica Honegger the founder and co-CEO of Noonday Collection explained. She revealed how she strives for success in both work and home life. “One thing I’ve learned about entrepreneurship and parenting? It’s that starting a business is basically akin…
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You must be tested to be trusted

There’s a stage in a man’s life when he’d think that he’s cursed! Even those around him would think the same that he’s cursed, that he must pray, fast and put on sackcloth in order to be redeemed. Oh yes to pray and do all of that is good, but not with the ‘cursed’ mindset.…
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30 commonly used words derived from Greek language

I hope you are aware that not all of the words we speak in the English language are English words. Some of these words are borrowed from French, Spanish, Roman, Greek, etc. Here are 30 commonly used words derived from the Greek language. Alphabet Bicycle Dinosaur Economy Harmony Idea Monarchy Orgy Problem Statistic Telephone Rhinoceros…
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HE-ART (Poem featuring: Praise Ayano)

They say; happiness is a by-product that comes to you when you are engaged in doing something that you really enjoy while in the company of people who like and respect you. But, hold up a minute: I lose my mind severally But I told myself I am never losing again In this place where…
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A bereaved mosquito

A bereaved mosquito came around last night. Last night a bereaved mosquito came singing to my ear It continuously sang until I had no other choice than to sit up and listen The unlucky creature told me how unfortunate they have become Once, they were the best singer in the world They sang in the…
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The Hate U Give

Every day break gives a new dawn So far it’s been dawn without a difference At each dawn I awake with great expectations I look through the windows of Nigeria Hoping that the headlines will change And that our headlights will be brightened So that we can at least have a spotlight if not limelight.…
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