By fleshly desires He lies conquered on the floor.
"All has consequences" They tell her but Truth is not without consequence Consequences she weighs On reason's balance An option she picks Without hesitation She lies And avoids consequences
The clock struck midnight The Union Jack lowered A symbol of cruelty and pain Lowered The end of an era A new flag raised with Renewed hope for Sovereignty, peace, justice The birth of a country Free men we stood Under the flag Of our land It is under the flag that Our leaders united … Continue reading Under The Flag Of Our Land
The normal response to "I love you" used to be "I love you too". So where did "I love you more" come from? Who said it first? A lady or a guy?
Free therapy sessions Sessions that are rare
Pillow talk Not exactly talking pillows A phase of the night Where I let them speak
Moderating a meeting in Zambia is commonly known as "chairing a meeting". So do not be shocked, as moderator, when you hear someone say "through the Chair" with a raised hand. That is a way of asking for recognition and permission to say something in a meeting. Now I find "through the Chair" to be … Continue reading Through The Chair: Moderating A Meeting
I turned to my subordinate, Richard, as i wondered why the priest chose to quote me on those words when there were many other inspirational things i had said to those under my mentorship.
Following my posting on The Cycle Of Pain, i have been thinking on what else can be done to ensure that children and dependants are protected. In this article i share my thoughts on writing and studying in the night. This will be a very polite advice to married creatives/students, including those that are co-habiting.
Hi there! This is the second and final part of collaborated thoughts on caged people. I know the title is a bit crazy, but it is what i chose to describe people in very strict and religious environments. If you read part 1, you will remember that we covered the effects of strict environments on … Continue reading Caged People – Part 2