It’s another privilege to share. My eyes are tugging right now, demanding sleep. The time in small white digital in a corner of the laptop’s screen reads 0218 hrs. I really should be asleep. Continue Reading
Everything is a privilege. Twenty-four hours past, I didn’t envisage having a post. As the Father willed it, I’m posting again.
I have another story to share, one that reflects a topic bothering me, or shall I say nipping at me. I hope it gets communicated across well:
‘Twenty yards. Throat gasping. Its steps pounded behind. Knees begging for a rest, I ran. Continue Reading
Standing on a platform constructed for such purposes, I watched as a vital lesson was whispered into my memory. Here in is the lesson:
At precisely four in the evening, I took a permit from the lady I was meeting and ambled down the gallery, taking the stairs in two. Continue Reading
The soccer stadium was about to explode. Time ticked away, each second drawing stifled gasps and yells from travelling supporters. All it required was a precise acute strike that would put the ball past the goalkeeper into the net. An assistant signaled two minutes of added time. Continue Reading
Nothing. N-O-T-H-I-N-G has been repeated more than this in my hearing: What you don’t have, you can’t give. For four years, I’ve dissected the lives of mentors, successful entrepreneurs, pastors, authors, and even the neighbor next door and found the constant value to be true. Continue Reading
Growing up was hellish. I didn’t start living till the middle of my twelfth year, and I only got life about two years ago. Given my upbringing, I was ways out of tune with superheroes. My first superhero was Spiderman, and I never knew Ant man till three-four months ago (see how poor I was in that field).
But you know the stuff with the first girl you like in high school? She’s the best. Always the best. Until she hammers your heart, or you meet another. So it was with Spiderman. I thought he was the best. I’d run errands for mum and imagine jumping on roofs of the sparse tall buildings in our street and swinging unto poles. Continue Reading
Last Thursday, I did a wrap up on Love. Highlighted how important power, gifts, connections, talents etc. might be, and how Love surpasses them all. Here’s the link to that post. http://bit.ly/1UDIzy5.
Today’s post isn’t on Love per se, but how it affects our Father and us. Let me tell a concise story. Continue Reading