FACTS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS

This subject line is open for discussion. Feel free to share your thought and views on this very series of Marriage and Relationship Clinic. Sleeping alone is better than sharing your BED with someone who shares a BED with someone else when you are not around.Cheating does not mean you have to kiss, meet or … Continue reading FACTS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS

Qualitative Reasons Why Emotional Maturity and Emotional Intelligence are Important for Healthy Relationships

Emotional maturity and emotional intelligence are key factors in maintaining healthy relationships—romantic or otherwise. Many people are lacking in these areas, which leads to a breakdown in communication and, ultimately, complications in or even the breakup of relationships.There is no way to navigate relationship politics without these skill sets, yet most people don’t even know … Continue reading Qualitative Reasons Why Emotional Maturity and Emotional Intelligence are Important for Healthy Relationships

THE CHINESE VIRUS

O, Yes!I heard,A strange jubilation,From Wuhan, China,As they declared; Corona is dead.The province caught up in Celebration,As they in groups had dinner. O, Yes!USA should immediately surrender,Italy should urgently give in,And Britain should swallow her pride.Declare now China; your father,Say it aloud not in the inn,Sing it like a new bribe. O, Yes!Open up; tell … Continue reading THE CHINESE VIRUS

BRIEF CONCEPT OF PAN-AFRICANISM AND ITS POSSIBLE ACHIEVEMENTS

Meaning of PAN-Africanism: The advocates of Pan-Africanism propounded the need for racial harmony, mutual existence coupled with absolute equality and respect for the dignity of Africans.         It further accepts the need for co-operation and unity among African states in the areas of economic, political and cultural spheres. It detests and rejects in totality all … Continue reading BRIEF CONCEPT OF PAN-AFRICANISM AND ITS POSSIBLE ACHIEVEMENTS

THE CONSULTATION

Oh! OkoyongThe spiritual deitygod of impartial JusticeHear now my humble pleaAnd save my communityLike you did in the 60s and 70sSo we can finally be free. Oh! OkoyongYour very offspringThe innocent maidensHave been denied access to the water sourceThe patriarchs now call it their springWe've become their everyday burdenAnd by force, it became our choice. … Continue reading THE CONSULTATION