What it is…

I got a few comments on my last post ‘Broken Cistern’ which suggests that it was a warning for men who patronizes prostitutes and married women. No, Broken Cistern is simply about a-d-u-l-t-e-r-y, irrespective of who it is committed with.  Merriam Webster’s online dictionary defines adultery as voluntary sexual intercourse between a married man and someone […]

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Broken Cisterns

Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned? Or can a man walk on hot coals, and his feet not be scorched? So is the one who goes in to his neighbor’s wife; whoever touches her will not go unpunished. Men do not despise a thief if he steals […]

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Time to Upgrade (2)

Some women have forgotten what it means to take care of their physical bodies.  Women are beautifully created in the image of God.  Women bear Christ and reflect God’s glory. Our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, 1 Corinthians 6:19; thus we need to be faithful stewards of this temple as long as […]

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Time to Upgrade

Almost daily, we are inundated with prompts asking us to upgrade one app or the other on our tablets, mobile phones, computers and the likes. The offerings keep getting better and more exciting by the day and we keep tapping to upgrade. This brings me to a conversation I had with a colleague about two […]

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This Time of the Year

The long vacation/summer holiday is here with us again. This is meant to be a special time for the family to bond, but it can sometimes turn into a time to battle and quarrel. This time last year, everyone in Nigeria was struggling with naira depreciation and many of the families that usually go abroad […]

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Grow Up!

Chima and Nneka grew up in the same neighbourhood in one of the suburbs in Enugu. They shared a lot in common; both their mothers were primary school teachers and fathers, petty traders. They share the same birth months, though born two years apart. Their parents could not afford to give them the necessities of […]

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