A Utopian View of Wealth Ownership

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Like time and air, it does appear to me that to be truly happy, Man was not meant to own many of the things we struggle for today. Every day, everyone is issued 24 hours, and all the air that is needed. No one accumulates more than they need of each. No one can own time. Money and all that … Read More

How To Maximize Children’s Benefits Of The Use Of Devices

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Introduction The Children these days come into this world with a fascination for screens (TV, Tablets, Laptops & Phones especially). As babies, they react to anything about the phone – ring, talk, music, chime, and other sounds. Then, we fully onboard them by using the phone to keep them occupied or distracted so we can work or have some peace. … Read More

Going to the University – Facing the Challenges Effectively and Thriving

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The University is a wonderful place of learning that transverses the academic into the social, philosophical, technical, and indeed all aspects of life. People learn practical skills they use to work, play, live, and better the world. The University is also a place where dreams die. It is a place where people unable to handle the pressure often capsize and … Read More

Provide Quality Contributions That Help Your Team Win!

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It was the same in every family meeting I attended. After a matter has been thoroughly debated by the general house, the Chairman would ask the Elders to offer final opinions. Their thoughts would often form the fulcrum on which decisions were made. The eldest spoke last, but his response was always the same ‘my brothers have spoken, where they … Read More

The Flow is Waiting for You – Start Already!

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Recently my assignments have been piling up. Ill-health, laziness, plenty of distractions, lose of interest, etc, have got in the way of doing the things I ought to do and really wish done. A lot of the pending jobs are very important and some are also urgent. In all honesty, I have lost a lot of zest and enthusiasm. As … Read More

The mystical ‘Pot of Soup’

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‘How much will it cost?’ That was the first question to anticipate anytime we asked my parents of anything that had a cost implication. It does appear that everybody also asks that question anytime any purchase idea comes to mind whether it is a product, service, or some other fun stuff. If it was something in the approved list like … Read More

What Ideas Are Using You?

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“I am grateful to the idea that has used me.” – Bob Proctor The ability to think, generate ideas, work at them and make them come to life is one of the greatest gifts man has. It is one of the things that give our life meaning and a sense of fulfillment. Man loves being able to control his environment … Read More

‘Otula Ite’ – The Scramble For Joy

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A few times while growing up we fought over food. Not because there wasn’t enough food for everyone but well if you said it wasn’t enough you won’t be wrong – there was never enough of the favorite part of the food which we fought over. This food crisis always surfaced anytime the offering was a porridge – Otor, yam, … Read More

Aminu Usman – A Good Man Exits

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When she approached us with her tale, we burst into laughter but as the woman’s demeanor dropped we became more empathetic. Aminu took the lead in calming and reassuring her that ‘it is ok’. As the lady strode out to implement the tips we had given her, we descended into the savoriness of the African Pear the Igbos call Ube. … Read More