Nurtured Culture

Publié 13 mars 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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Our fathers taught us the culture and how it relates to nature, with ancient pictures, they explained it all with pleasure. In fact it was more than a treasure. The culture featured investment structures such as mental, family, spiritual, health, business, relationships and moral fixtures. But then, it was still immature and they told us that it will soon mature for it is our future. That future, for some of us now, it is torture…no innovations, no SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Bound) plans, no actions, no more searching and researching, no creative thinking, Oh, please WHY? All we have now are fractures within our infrastructures. Can we please awaken and venture into some CLIMB (Changing Little Into MegaBucks)? Can we please turn our transparent plastic bottles into light bulbs? Can we please package our vegetables, garri and groundnut cake (kulikuli) for exports? Can we please make exotic cakes from rice grains and electric energy from our urine? Can we please cook our foods and power our laptops with our feces? For now and in the future, we want to embrace our innovative culture. We will never miss its departure, but rather, nurture our gestures of greatness.
Cheers and Much Love.

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