Showing posts from January, 2014

None FAILED, Only All QUIT.

The ground is tough to til,
Its rocky make up damages every tool assembled,
The metal spoon has brought much disappointment, it wouldn't scoop the rocky earth beneath,
The table knife with which I dug, has left me just one feet deep all week.
The wind has taken sides against my efforts,
The rain hasn't been fair to it either,
The bit of my metal spoon is nullified,
All earth scooped have been washed back to its place.
Like I hadn't done a thing all week,
How much longer will It take to dig a well with my knife and spoon?
I am here the last man left in the try,
The only one too silly to be frustrated,
The one man too determined to bow to logic and reasoning.
I'm 12-months gone now, and making progress,
Progress at all is progress at all,
The sight of water is near, am all dirt with mud,
Amongst those who own wells, someday I'll be named,
And the ones who started and fled, someday some others will be named.
Surprised my tools could get me this far ?
Surprised the forces agains…


"Conscience: A sense of moral awareness or of right and wrong. The concept has been variously explained by moralists and philosophers. In the history of ethics, the conscience has been looked upon as the will of a divine power expressing itself in man's judgments, an innate sense of right and wrong resulting from man's unity with the universe, an inherited intuitive sense evolved in the long history of the human race, and a set of values derived from the experience of the individual. Psychologists also differ in their analyses of the nature of conscience. It is variously believed to be an expression of values differing from other expressions of value only in the subject matter involved, a feeling of guilt for known or unknown actions done or not done, the manifestation of a special set of values introjected from the example and instruction of parents and teachers, and the value structure that essentially defines the personality of the individual. As a practical matter, t…

(Stunning): Angel Appears In A Church

...In the Book of books it was recorded that "God Inhabits The Praises Of His People" [Psalm 22:3], but this was as claimed by worshipers at the RCCG ebute meta, brought to physical manifest on the during a wild praise session in the church auditorium.
A look at the image captured by one of the worshipers who claimed to have first seen the Angelic figure watch the praise session, shows the giant figure of a strange looking being by the left side of the auditorium; nothing like what we see on a regular everyday.
The "Photographer" who captured this epic moment with his mobile phone, stated that he was particularly puzzled by the fact that he experienced the unimaginable, in that;
Instead of his camera flashing a light on the image, the image returned a flash back into his own eyes, as he was left 'blind' for moments.
The picture he claimed took him a whole lot of efforts to produce (Obviously no thing as this should come easy).
Looking closely at the pictu…


The Act of Forgiveness: Learning How to Forgive"To err is human; to forgive, divine." ~ Alexander PopeThere is one golden rule of happiness that sounds so simple but is often drowned out in the chaotic noise of our lives "Treat others like you would like to be treated".We need to cultivate the ability to forgive others as well as ourselves in order to live in harmony.Throughout our lives we may find ourselves in a position that requires us to think about forgiveness, and we do not always know how best to do that. There are three types of forgiveness, forgiving the self, those that have been harmed by our actions, and forgiving of others that have harmed us. To capture the essence from the transformation of forgiveness, the emotional steps occur:Understand your actions;Resolve to change;Right the wrong;Apologize;Heal the damage."To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness." ~ Robert MullerT…