RESURRECTION DAY: REGRETTING NOT.
At the funeral, “A life well spent” they will say, when one is
dead. Friends will talk well of man, even foes will send
The good words or speech at the funeral can’t save us from
the torment on the day of resurrection. After death there are
no more sins to be committed. “Make hay while the sun
shines” says a proverb.The luxuries of life can derail even
the most firm or righteous man from the right path.
We shouldn’t fail to foresee what lurks around after death.
We should worship Allah with sincerity and piousness, for
our actions are judged according to our intentions. Let us be
firm in our believe, I pray regret will not be ours on the day
of resurrection. RAMADAN MUBARAK
Tuesday, 7 July 2015
RESURRECTION DAY: REGRETTING NOT.
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
WHEN PATIENCE IS NOT ENOUGH
Change in the sense that whatever business strategy that is been used, should be changed or they should start another business , their are many other business opportunities. And for lack of admission one should change the approach to exams.
Hope in the sense that one should not be hopeless, hopelessness makes one to live in the past. Hoping for the best is the good option after changing one's attitudes or ways.
Patience can come in after change and hope and the story Dog and bone can chipped.
Patience cannot work alone without the elements of change and hope. So when patience is not enough, change and hope comes in.
Thursday, 4 June 2015
I guess it's time
I get my life figured out
It's time i hit the restart button
It's time i dance to the tune of change
My heart yearns for perfection
But how imperfect i am
I am what i am and
I am what i chose to be
For the past i was haunted,
But I shall remain undaunted
This is the beginning of the end.
I kept beckoning for a new me.
Who seems to take joy, in not answering.
When will I change?
Is the question that comes
After another failure to change.
when will i see the new me?
or is self discovery a myth?
Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Thursday, 19 February 2015
Sunday, 8 February 2015
My watch: The Social Media
After the business of the day, i sank into my sofa, heaved a sigh of relief, and with my phone at hand, I decided to surf through Facebook. The media dominating my news feed, on seeing how people commented on political posts by the media, I couldn't help but observe the gullibility of Nigerians. My eyes have seen a lot on Facebook, some abusing and cursing themselves on the basis of religion. While the politicians exploit our diversity, which we let them do anyway. We seem to be blinded by ethnicity and religion forgetting that we are one Nigerians.
The new trend on Facebook is you seeing a post saying: God will surely surprise you with whatever you want in 30 minutes, if you type Amen to claim it, if not calamity will befall you. What nonsense!! The next thing is about 300 people commenting Amen. This even clearly cemented the gullibility of People. questions like God versus Satan if you want God to win comment Yes, one would expect no comment on that kind of post but Alas! Nigerians will still comment. Irrelevant posts gets a lot of likes and comments, but the ones that are enlightening will be skipped over. People have turned idiots on the basis of religion, may God help us. Most people do not comment on good religion posts or enlightening articles. The question is when you see religion (good) how many have you clicked to read?