Confronting your fears

Fear…it’s something we can all relate with in different areas of our lives at different moments and in different circumstances.

Some know how to deal with it, circumventing it, and forging ahead…others may refuse to confront it…and others would use it either to their negative Continue reading

Broken screens can still take good pictures…

By Femi Aderibigbe

On a flight from Abuja to Lagos, I sat just a row behind a young couple.

They were with a little girl, not more than 2 years old, obviously their daughter.

I sat on an aisle seat, on the right side of the aircraft.

The father, carrying the little girl, also sat on an aisle seat, on the left side of the Continue reading

Trappings of Power

Have you ever heard or read the report about a person…and you wonder either in consternation or in admiration…until your perception about this person is shattered or your reality is rocked by unknown revelations and insights about this person(s)?

I read a book very recently, “A Prisoner in His Palace” by Will Bardenwerper …stumbled upon it while reading another book, “Extreme Ownership: How U.S Continue reading

The Impartial Judge in Us

 

Who is an impartial judge? According to https://www.collinsdictionary.com/ “Someone who is impartial is not directly involved in a particular situation and is therefore able to give a fair opinion or decision about it”

In the court of law, this is very crucial to a free and fair hearing, the precursor to the judiciary been the last hope for justice for the downtrodden.

But it does not stay only in law, it applies to our lives especially if you are a Continue reading

The King With One Ear – Redemption

Continued From Here

“Your Majesty, i just uncovered a plot by some disgruntled elements to destabilize your coronation by abducting you and killing you. As we speak they are finalizing the plans and i have proof to show how advanced, the plan has gone.” Le Coquin then presented to the King-in-waiting the communication and handwritten notes of Verstockt that he had stolen from his house. Immediately, the King summoned High Chief Metomofin, who in turn convened an emergency Council meeting were it was resolved that the matter be quelled at once by sending the King’s Guards to effect the arrest of the Traitors and the matter nipped in the bud before the coronation day so that it sends a strong warning to anyone who could be contemplating it. Continue reading