Offshore Nigeria (2012)

Via Abidjan (2012)

Pointe Noire, Congo (2012)

A Persistent Dream; America Still on His Mind.

It was just two days before the last Christmas. It was getting late. Willy was engrossed mending an old big map. It was one of those huge maps that National Geographic Society is well known for – a fold-in map from an old edition of the National Geographic magazine. Several old copies of the magazine…

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What Made Your Life Beautiful In This 2017?

She was behind the steering wheel. Seated right beside her, I caught sight of this motorized tricycle (“keke”) that suddenly sped past us. Briefly focusing on the writing on the top rear side of the keke, I turned to her. “Sweetie, did you notice the writing on that keke?” Hmm, she could have only done…

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Of Compounding Improvements = Exponential Growth

Image source: Kokorevam ©Instagram I grabbed the above shot from Instagram courtesy of Kokorevam. (Look carefully, and you will see the © source in the graphic above) If a picture (non-photoshopped) is worth millions of words, then an (appropriate) equation could be worth millions of pictures (or nearly so). The math in this graphic succintly…

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Leadership in the Face of Challenges – 17 Lessons from the book; On The Edge

Title: On The Edge – The Art of High Impact Leadership Author: Alison Levine ©2014 Hachette Book Group Inc Written by Alison Levine, every page of the book On The Edge – The Art of High Impact Leadership is full of useful insights and lessons that will resonate with all those who are in leadership…

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It almost happened to me!

IT ALMOST HAPPENED TO ME. (Because, it almost happened to my brother.) Some days ago, a friend sent a message on Whatsapp with a painful video of a pretty girl (who could have been any of my sisters). The hapless, helpless young pretty lady was in the hands of inhuman male tormentors. In that video,…

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The Dangers Of Idleness

What is Idleness? Idleness is from the root word idle. As defined in Merriam Webster English dictionary, to be idle means any of the following: (1)Not working, not active, not being used. (2)Not having any real purpose or value. (3)Not having much activity, not occupied or employed.   What does the Bible say about idleness?…

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A Light To Our paths

There are 1189 chapters in the Holy Bible (SOURCE: Wikipedia ) What is your reading speed? If you read your Bible at the rate of 4 chapters per day, you will cover the whole book in less than one year. Thst is 297 days (less than 10 months). Reading at the rate of 7 chapters per…

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This is 2017, “Stop Talking and Start Doing.”

Hi every one. This is my first blog post for the year 2017. How far did you go with your Goodreads resolution for last year? For me, I scored 76%. That is 38 out of 50 books I projected to read. Actually I did more than this. I really can’t list all the titles covered…

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A Celebration: By and for The Gullibles

If you check your dictionary, gullible is an adjective and not a noun. But, in the context of the subject title, I will be taking liberty to make a noun out of the adjective – gullible. What does it mean to be gullible? According to Merriam Webster dictionary on my Samsung Galaxy phone, to be gullible means:…

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Drowning in Over Information? Here are 12 Strategies to Keep You Afloat.

Book Review Title: Surviving Information Overload Author: ©Kevin A Miller Publisher: Zondervan, 2004 Written well before the advent of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all the other plethora of the web’s social networks, the issues highly and effectively addressed by Dr Kevin A. Miller are as relevant today as when the book was first published. Fortunate…

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