Thursday, 15 March 2018
Many a times we get informed, consciously and unconsciously, that some people are not good for us. We see it right in our very eyes that they are going to hurt us. We get signs by way of the manner they talk to/with us, the kind of tone they use in communicating; we get signs by their body language, the way they look at us, the way they relate with us; we get signs also by the way they treat us, neither answering of our calls and chats nor returning them; amongst many other very visible signs. Despite all these, we still allow ourselves fall prey of their ill attitudes towards us. We give them the most prized possession we own: our heart, knowing fully well that they are going to break it. We let ourselves become vulnerable because we desire and want to exhibit the most important quality of being human, the quality of love ❤.
at 3/15/2018 07:42:00 am
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
It's Unintelligent To Castigate What You Don't Know
Some time ago, I was teaching Abigail, 5, one of the students I teach Mathematics privately, how to solve operation problems with columns and rows. It is basically simple. I did an illustration on the whiteboard, she wasn't paying attention. She looked to the board, and all of a sudden she bursted to a loud cry. What has happened to Abigail in this very short moment I wondered with a puzzled face. Then I asked her what the matter was. "I don't like maths!", she yelled. "Why", I asked, "I don't understand!", she responded. "Ehen? Is that the reason you are crying?", I asked. She nodded in the affirmative.
at 8/10/2016 04:30:00 pm
Thursday, 28 January 2016
In this day and age when people see monogamy
at 1/28/2016 03:49:00 pm
FACTSHEETS ON LASSA FEVER
Lassa Fever is an Acute Febrile disease caused by the Lassa virus. Lassa Fever occurs more often in the dry season, rather than in the rainy season. The multimammate rat (Mastomys natalensis) is the reservoir host of Lassa fever.
at 1/28/2016 03:27:00 pm
Monday, 18 January 2016
"If you think to get knowledge is expensive, try ignorance."
Anita, 11, is the joy of her parents and her sibling. She's loved by many people she had made contact with. She has a kind and loving heart, always eager to be of help to people. Last week Monday, the civic education teacher in her school taught her class the basics of crossing the road instructing them to adhere to the principle. Today, she missed the school bus and so she had to walk to school, about 15 minutes. She gets on the road, remembers what she was taught on crossing roads:
at 1/18/2016 03:55:00 pm