Lessons from “GOD FRIENDED ME”

Do you only enjoy the movies you watch or do you grasp some nuggets from them for life? Who knows when you might need those?☺☺

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Lessons from God Friended Me II

Here’s the next set of lessons I picked up from watching God Friended Me. And for those of you who said I whet your appetite without being considerate enough to put a link to the trailer here, do pardon me. Let’s see if I can correct that. Watch Trailer Here. Family is relevant: I don’t know... Continue Reading →

Cramps

When mama congratulated me for seeing my first blood
She didn't tell me it would hurt like hell for the rest of the time...who else shares in the pain of the monthly flow??

HOW TO MAKE A BETTER GHANAIAN SCHOOL CHILD

In our Ghanaian setting, the elderly in society are always considered to be right no matter the level of wrong they do. This has gravely impacted school children as they struggle to maintain the sanity between disrespecting the elderly which in this context, refers to their teachers and asking challenging questions.   Subconsciously, the Ghanaian... Continue Reading →

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