From Day 1, Iran’s women stood in the vanguard. Their voices from rooftops were loudest, and their defiance in the streets boldest. Iran’s Second Sex By ROGER COHEN Published: June 27, 2009 I am a woman, so it would be right to say that I am affected by what is happening in Iran. This is … Continue reading I am a Woman – Where is My Vote?
When a man, either by hurting or by pleasing his woman, tries to control her, he is a Mama's Boy who believes he gets his power from the women in his life. When a woman, either by serving or dominating her man, tries to take care of him, she is a Daddy's Girl who believes … Continue reading Something For The Week
I have not read this book yet. But it is definitely on my To Read list. Not because I love the author - I haven't read any of her books so I can't really say if I'll like her or not. But because of the subject matter. My family and I regularly read through the … Continue reading Michal – A Novel
Baba is what we call our fathers here in Nigeria. Of course many tribes have different versions: papa, epa, ba etc. But for the majority of us, it's BABA. Which is why when we want to get real personal with God, we call him Baba. This connotes a closer and more intimate relationship. Oh BTW, … Continue reading Baba – Cafe Chat
I woke up this morning with a text message from a friend, Michael Jackson was dead. At first I could not believe it. I'm not exactly an MJ fan, but I went through that stage in my teens when I thought he was God's deputy or something (maybe I would have thought he was God … Continue reading When Death Comes Knockin
I got a lot of honest, down-to-earth and useful responses from my last Marital Bliss post, responses that reminded me why keeping this blog is definitely worth the effort. With such Counselors, I've decided to bring another issue forward (preparing myself mentally and emotionally to enter that state). Who do you talk to about your … Continue reading Marital Bliss: Who Do You Talk To?