International Day for Poverty Eradication: The Air We Daily Breathe.

Publié 17 octobre 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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17th October marks the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. I take it that this day only reminds us of our commitment and the constant pang within our heart. As we daily think of how to transform our lives and expect succour for better livelihood, we're awakened by the reality of a boy next door also craving for a handful grain of rice, of a girl--a breadwinner--licked thin by the scorching tongue of the sun all day long. We are reminded that every action we take must connect to kic...


#Read2Riches: Social Media & Reading Culture

Publié 2 octobre 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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As we scan for the latest gists on Social Media with our handy gadgets, today's youths are beginning to think towards climbing the seat of power, making their voices heard, reinventing the wheel of tradition and getting enlisted among world heroes via Social Media. Social Media is definitely marking its footprint on the productive years of the young people and adults alike. Teachers, educators and parents daily express their concerns as technology and Social Media seems to be t...


How to Die Completely Empty

Publié 14 septembre 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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Million of ideas cook up in our mental stoves Minute by minute our minds travel miles away If wishes were horses, beggars might ride Messages get lost in the noise The tide falls and rises The ocean tongue licks the seashore. The tail of the lion wiggles joyfully at the prey The tune of the music pours fragrance on the soul We follow a path while limitless trail exist We fiddle with the wind, rather than generate a fortune from it We feel comfort...


What is Money to You(th) 2?

Publié 29 août 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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What ever preconception you have about money, you must be aware that the winds of circumstance blow on all of us in an unending flow that touches each of our lives. Many young people around the world constantly experience the blowing winds of scarcity, shortage and insufficiency. We are blown daily by the same winds of circumstance and buffeted by the same turbulent storms of discontent about the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. We have failed to realize that wh...


What is Money to You(th)?

Publié 25 août 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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Do the youths really know about money? We all know the definition of money as a medium of exchange or a legal tender for buying and selling. We all want to make a lot of money, youths are known with having many ideas bubbling within them, but it seems implementation is impossible because of lack of funds. For lack and insufficiency to be reduced and perhaps eradicated especially among the youths, there is an urgent need to understand some things we can do with money. These...


How the Frail Ants Challenge the Youth Everyday.

Publié 17 août 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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There are certain small creatures, they are wisest of the wise. They know how to CLIMB (Change Little Into MegaBucks). Let us take a quick tour on one of them, the ANTS. Ants are small eusocial (highest level of organisation of animal sociality) insects. They are easily identified by their elbowed body and distinctive node-like structure that forms their slender waists. Ants, frail as they are, change little into megabucks by getting in plenty of food for the winter. They have also mastered the...


Learn to Learn, Unlearn and Relearn.

Publié 10 août 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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Try this today, go to the soil, say to it, 'give me an harvest', I am sure it will respond with its usual huge smile saying 'I hate your needs, but I cherish and love your seeds'. Soil speaks? Oh yeah, just that we are not quiet enough to listen. Smiles! For the youth that are aware of this voice, their growth is amazing and they cash in on opportunities every time. They add layers of knowledge everyday, learn a new language, make a visit to the poolside etc, they harvest great yield of a balanc...


In Times Like This, What is there to be Grateful for?

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It has been said that to attract more grace in dazzling altitude, you should learn to lavish praise on people and nature. In my experience, treading the grateful path has yielded wholesome results and opened numerous doors. I realised in my journey that everyone loves to be appreciated, it boosts our self-esteem and sets us in the drive-mode to do more. As we are cheered in loud ovation, we begin to pride in meeting more need in our society. Do we still maintain this attitude of gratitude when t...


Give Life A Cushioned Seat

Publié 29 mars 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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'How has life been treating you?' That was one of the ways I said 'hi' to my friends and foes, until some years ago when it dawned on me to rephrase it into 'how have you been treating life?' My personal response to this was: I am highly terrific and I am giving life an awesome treat! Encarta Dictionary defined "Life" as the QUALITY that makes living things and plants different from dead organisms and inorganic matter. Are you defined by that quality or do you define that quality? Several peopl...


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