Be the One: Serve In life, it's not what happens to you, but what happens in you and through you that counts. When adversity visits your life, you have two choices: to be a victim or to be a victor. Victims allow life circumstances to get them down, and they spend their lives asking others … Continue reading Finding Purpose in Tragedy: Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon
The Greeks, those great philosophers, have a saying; know thyself. There is nothing more suitable towards self knowledge than objective introspection, which is what the Love Dares afford. Each dare acts like a sandpapering process, peeling away the known surface to reveal a previously unknown layer beneath. And in a situation where some festering has occurred, you … Continue reading Know Thyself: Own Thy Hurt
I am finding it difficult to blog; basically because I do not want to write anything that does not come from my heart or mean something to me personally. As I am in a different environment, that should provide enough blogging fodder right? Not quite. I cannot seem to get inspiration. So recently, I started … Continue reading Do You Know Any Good Online Magazine?
"She was so full of life! Never missed an opportunity to live an adventure." I turned to my right to see who was speaking. It was not even someone I really knew. . .well, I might have seen him once or twice as I went jogging early in the morning but that was it. How … Continue reading How To Live The Life You Want To Live: Roz Savage
Browsing through the New York Times website, part of a headline caught my attention. The Special Report written by Alice Pfiffer had the heading: Haute Horlogerie, Precision Engineered for women by women. ‘For women by women' made me pause. I took time to read the article and was entranced by Giselle Rufer. I went straight … Continue reading For Women By Women
Today I met with the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN. It all started five years ago with one small touch. When I was in my final year at the university, my fellowship took those of us in our final year on a retreat to Badagry, a coastal town which was one … Continue reading One Small Touch