It is amazing to look through my window at night just for the sole purpose of looking to the sky to watch the moon. I’ve been on this mode since the moon first appeared like a newborn. I decided to follow its sequence of transformation until it became full.
Wow! It blossomed into a full moon these past few days and it’s been a spectacular sight. Actually for the first time, I decided to carry out this interesting observation. Staring at the full moon last night was fun. Indeed, it inspires wonder and gratitude.
*This is an old picture of the full moon that I’ve posted here before*
I hope you had a good, relaxing and nice weekend. It’s a new day, a new week and supposedly, we have a new work plan for the week.
Every day offers us the opportunity to view things from a fresh perspective. Isn’t it?
It’s been a wet morning. It’s been drizzling here from across the Atlantic. But guess what? The rain ain’t stopping the flow of life. No. We breathe despite what the day brings just as we eat in spite of the colour of the sky, whether it’s blue or grey. Continue reading →
Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use. – Earl NightingaleContinue reading →
Welcome to the 100th day of 2018. Today is April 10th and we have 265 days left for this year to take the backstage. We should be grateful to God for bringing us thus far. But let me ask you a question? What have you been doing since this year began?
Most of us know that the origin of the first 100 days in office which gained prominence from the United States actually started in France many years ago. This tradition has since become a political discourse in world affairs. We are aware how most Politicians promise to perform some good magic within the first 100 days of office. And we also know that to promise the citizens change and heavenly bliss is one thing, while performance and living up to the expectations is another. However, the first three months or hundred days in office have become so important that they form part of the politician’s manifesto during their election campaigns. Continue reading →