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“…inside my head …”

I don’t know about you, but sometimes my own thoughts trap me. They overpower me and sometimes it really does scare me. I over analyze almost everything. I beat up on myself and… Continue reading

Aggression of a just set free caged animal

Is that not what is expected of Football Players? I love sports (well, most sports, EXCLUDING Baseball). Guys laugh at me, but when it comes to team sports, I normally pick who I cheer… Continue reading

The next time you Cry …

Remember the words of Washington Irving: “There is a sacredness in tears. They are not a mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of… Continue reading

A different Tea each day.

At the half-way mark, the names are as intriguing as the taste. It’s a bit a of a shame that I’ve had this blog for I think almost three years now and I only… Continue reading

It’s been Three months.

And a majority of the Nigerian School Girls are still missing. Three questions guide this piece: Q1. Should an individual feel guilty for not being able to do more? Q2. What should the world… Continue reading

Remaining Vegan?

It was interesting, but not a decided lifestyle. To end the first half of this year, I spent the month of June as a Vegan. If I were to sum things up on one… Continue reading

“Love …”

I have never gone looking for love; I’d like to believe that’s a good thing. I grew up learning and understanding what love meant when watching my parents. And I’m not just talking… Continue reading

30 Days a Vegan

One week down. Second week, more greens I started on 1st June – a half year challenge to shake things up a bit. I haven’t eaten meat (beef, chicken, pork, turkey, and the… Continue reading

Don Lemon, you’re not a woman.

CNN Special Report: Monica Lewinsky. At 1:13AM I was going through emails that I haven’t had a chance to review in the past few days, when CNN Don Lemon’s “Special Report” caught my… Continue reading