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The Egyptian Mysteries: Mummies and the Sphinx

What do you know about the Great Sphinx and Mummies? Sphinx and Mummies are two ancient Egyptian mysteries; one a rock sculpture and other, a culture. Egyptians are highly religious people; though they believed in many gods and goddesses. The Egyptians also believed in an afterlife to which human souls journeyed after death. They built…
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Understanding business and minimizing mistakes

In understanding business, you must understand that the first laws of economics is scarcity. As a rule, there is never enough of anything for everyone who wants it. Specifically, there are never enough customers for you to sell everything you want to sell. There are never enough sales revenue to help you achieve all your…
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The healthiest way to eat fruits and vegetables

The vast majority of adults don’t eat enough fruits or veggies, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Only 12 percent eat enough fruit (between one and a half and two cups per day) and less than 10 percent eat enough vegetables (between two and three cups per day). Health experts want to…
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Where did Ice Cream originated?

The origination of ice cream can be traced back to Rome in the 4th century BCE. The Roman emperor Nero ordered ice to be brought from the mountains and combined with fruit toppings. In the 13th century, Marco Polo learned the Chinese method of creating ice and milk concoctions and brought it back to Europe.…
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I want to talk to God [POETRY]

I’ve tried it in prayersA mix of empty stomachTrying to empty my heartIn all emptiness and sincerityCos, I want God to hear me I’ve to talk to GodJust in caseMy case HE haven’t heardCos the world is so busyAnd His schedule so tight Haven’t I talked enoughDear GodMy words have gone upIn millions each sentenceI…
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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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How fast does the earth move?

The earth has two motions – it spins on its own axis and it orbits around the Sun. Its rotation about an axis causes the rising and setting of the sun, moon, and stars and the changes from day to night. One complete turn of the earth actually takes 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.091…
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Where Is The Golden Horn, Caracas, Winter Palace

GOLDEN HORN Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, and is the only major city on two continents – Asia and Europe. European Istanbul is divided into old and modern sections by the Golden Horn, an inlet of the Bosporus Strait. The old section lies south of the Golden Horn, and the modern section lies…
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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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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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Notable Memorials and Monuments in USA

Monuments and memorials are quite the same. Monuments are large architectural structures. Memorials are intended to help us remember people who have passed away. Bridges, parks, major roads and streets, learning institutions named after presidents memorialize their names. Four American presidents (Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Washington) have their face carved into…
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5 ways to succeed as an entrepreneur

Whether companies decide to downsize, or employees quit their jobs for other reasons, many professionals are opting to work independently. With innovation in technology, starting a company is becoming more doable than ever before, which is evident given the popularity in start-ups. To help guide professionals considering entrepreneurship, Seth Newab and Efstathios Giannoutsos compiled five…
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When and why do we stop growing?

The average baby is about one foot, eight inches long at birth. Over the next twenty years, man triples the length of the body he was born with and reaches an average height of about five feet, eight inches. But why doesn’t he just keep on growing and growing? Also See: 4 tips for better…
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Happy Marriage – Stay Motivated during COVID-19

Love and marriage are perhaps the most important elements of a happy, fulfilling life.

How possible is it to succeed despite the pandemic

If you look around you, you will discover that most of the things happening are negative things; discouraging circumstances, frustrating relationship, workers harassment, esoteric and unrealistic government promises.

If you are to rely on these things, it will be easy to stay back and allow the happenings around to determine what goes wrong in our life.

Robots and basics you need to know about them

The word robot comes from the Czech word robota, meaning drudgery. A robot is a mechanical device that operates automatically. Robots can perform a wide variety of tasks. They are especially suitable for doing jobs too boring, difficult, or dangerous for human beings. Robots efficiently carry out such routine tasks as welding, drilling and painting…
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How to write three books before the end of the year

When his peers were probably still settling into their chosen careers, Manu S Pillai published his first book. The Ivory Throne: Chronicles of the House of Travancore, a detailed history of the last female ruler of the southern Indian Travancore dynasty, was published by HarperCollins in 2015—when Pillai was just 25. In 2017, it won…
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Where were the first clowns found?

Clowns were first seen in the ancient Egyptian courts around the year 2270 BCE. The comic spirit of clowning exists in just about every known culture. It is as old as civilization and makes us laugh, whatever age we are. The western tradition of clowning can be traced to ancient Greece where strolling clowns were…
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Few points to help fight depression

Many living today wish they were not here. I mean wish to die. But, sincerely wish there is something to live for. A large population of people alive today are suffering from depression and anxiety. Only a few are receiving therapy. Two out of every five motivational speakers are only trying to inspire him/herself by…
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Consider this truth while aspiring to become successful

Don’t try to be like a successful person. Grow your own kind of successful personality. The rich creates their need and makes it your want. The rich needed fast cars, to help them save time on the road, but that has been your want today. Taking or following the steps of an already made man…
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5 personal development quotes that changed my life

In 2017 I decided to embark on a self discovery journey. I read about authors and more on industrialists just to find out what was missing in my life. I did not regret this decision. I will love to share with you 5 quotable words from David Abioye’s books I read. I hope it transforms…
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The Good-Morrow By John Donne

The Good-Morrow By John Donne I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I Did, till we loved? Were we not weaned till then? But sucked on country pleasures, childishly? Or snorted we in the Seven Sleepers’ den? ’Twas so; but this, all pleasures fancies be. If ever any beauty I did see, Which I…
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How to go about choosing a pet

Pets are fun, but they also do work. Animals can be useful to have around. That’s why wild animals got tamed as pets. Dogs generally offer total and unquestioning love. Most dogs are loyal friends and great playmates. Dogs also require a lot of attention. They need to be walked and played with. They need…
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Why did humans begin eating meat?

It should have felt unnatural at first, to consume animal flesh. We’re not so far eliminated from animals ourselves. Maybe it even felt cannibalistic. There might not have actually been that much intellectual difference in between humans and other animals. When human beings were pure vegetarians, they were living in consistency with the earth and…
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Coping with stress

One of the greatest causes of stress and mental ill-health can be a disparity between expectation and achievement, between hope and actual result. Happiness and mental wellbeing are not about playing out a fictitious role conjured up by authors and journalists. Happiness is about coming to terms with reality. Forget what you ought to do.…
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How to look after my asthma (asthma triggers)

The best way to look after your asthma is to follow these golden rules: Get the best treatment you can and take it regularly Try to avoid things that trigger your asthma A trigger is anything that irritates the airways and brings on the symptoms of asthma. There are many different asthma triggers and they…
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What are you known for? And,what will you be remembered for? (A tribute to Ibidunni Ighodalo)

It is true that you cannot give what you don’t have and we cannot ascertain the weight of what we have until we are ready to put it into use, to help other people solve their problems, to redefine some people’s destiny.

Understanding the true identity of unhappiness

Unhappiness is the direct opposite of happiness. Unhappiness can be as a result of any and so many things. Regaining happiness after a long period of unhappiness requires a lot of efforts and diligence. Happiness cannot be hidden; same is the case of unhappiness. Unhappiness causes you to be restless, sleepless, tired and depressed. Though,…
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The fate of sexual harassment offenders in Ghana

Sexual harassment which can either be through spoken words or actions is considered an unethical practice in workplaces and schools around the world. Several developed and developing nations of the world have designed a system to care for and bring to justice sexual harassment offenders. Here we take a look at what is obtainable in…
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5 Signs that Shows Your Dog is Lonely

Dogs are lively animals, there are five signs that shows your dog might be lonely. We all want our dogs to live full, happy lives, but sometimes our jam-packed schedules and busy routines can sadly result in our pups feeling lonely and isolated. Dogs’ personalities are as individual as humans’, so their reasons for feeling…
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