My Timeline By Matt Pollock

November 27, 2018 David 0

Not much in my life is clearer than this moment. I had lost my job. My marriage had failed. I was drinking everyday. And not just a few beers but literally writing myself off. I was doing some seriously dumb and dangerous things. You could say I was permanently living […]

The Evil You Do

November 27, 2018 David 0

Once upon a time, in a town called Ibereko. There lived a woman by the name Adunni. She had been married for eight years without any issue (child). Her husband loved her so much that any time she is moody, he talks to her, calms her, encourages her. “God’s time […]

A Century By Tydale Bassey

November 27, 2018 David 0

What we have now are dolls, not tools. Cans, not towns. Spillages, not villages. Towering trees, not territories… In a place where we want to survive. Kids bred in greed; Boys born to beg; Girls groomed with guts; And parents presented as preys To the children who want to live […]

A Popular Nigerian That I Consider Self-actualized By Daphne Chiamaka

November 27, 2018 David 2

Self-actualization occurs when a person utilizes his/her potentials, doing the best that you are capable of doing. It is a fulfilled desire of a person who has struggled to maximize his/her talents. There are certain characteristics that self-actualized people display. It takes a lot of diligent efforts before a person […]

John,The Ghost By George S Geisinger

November 26, 2018 David 0

Miss Wertly was cranky old spinster lady who had an imaginary friend named John living in her house with her.  At least, that’s what some said of her and people do talk, you know.  It is said that John only came out late at night, when the lights were dim, […]

It Can Never Be Done This Way By David Francis

November 26, 2018 David 0

Yet again I witness another sunless day shadowed by smoky, heatproof clouds. I can hear Martha calling from a distance, her image blurred by the rising insubstantial brown powder that by now had cancelled the meditation session under the fearsome, bewildered sky. A repellent trepidation has always carried me into […]

Street Kids by Patrick Dominic

November 26, 2018 David 0

“Idris,who’s that fool peeping through my window?go and tell that idiot to leave that place. What kind of rubbish is that”Mrs Ajani ranted. “mummy, it’s that hopeless Olu. Imagine the Church rat saying he wants to become a surgeon that’s why he comes here to watch this Doctor’s Program on […]

What Arts Can Tell Us About Happiness By David Francis

November 26, 2018 David 1

When we look at the lives of kids – how they stumble things at home and ask unimaginable questions, how they run skilfully and destroy appliance just so they could see what’s inside – we see in them nature’s greatest gift and art. Pablo Picasso was right when he said […]

Buried In The Sands Of Hope By David Antia

November 26, 2018 David 6

The cool breeze of the evening and the sweet smelling flowers were all nature’s way of comforting Madam Salomie who often got bended by the winds of complain gracefully broadcasted by her in-laws who already condemned her to die because of her unfruitfulness. ‘I thought a woman of God like […]