' Making use of one's time is a necessity, not an option' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
' Judging someone by their looks is like looking at a glass of wine and concluding what it will taste like from the colour of the bottle. What we are made up of inside, sometimes does not reflect on the outside but that doesn't mean it's not there' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
' There's something I like about the Indians, whether it is the honest dedication to duty or their outright self discipline, am not sure but seldom will you meet an Indian you won't love' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
' A talkative person is like a mad drum playing on your head, you can't stop it, you will allow it run its course and then, when you least expect, it stops' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
' To have a good neighbour is like drinking fresh wine daily. Each time you pass him, some unmeasured thrills fill your soul ' -Oge Obikeh Udeagha
' What fate actually means to me is having a strong faith in a purpose and rendering equal effort towards it, while maintaining consistency, often, the result ends up as positive ' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
'And in our continuous toil, May we move with humility of heart, always' - Oge Obikeh Udeagha
Hello everyone, so in case you just stumbled upon this post, I wrote in my last post about how I wished to take some time off and concentrate on my upcoming novel. I did take the time off and I set the target for myself to round up the novel this week, it's only midweek … Continue reading Yes! Time frame met!!!
Hello beautiful people. So long. I haven't had time to write a single post over the past three days. But hey, the words are still rolling down (words handed down to me by my forefathers) #smiles. Yeah, so am still on the matter, only this time, am putting them words down to complete my novel … Continue reading Away On Prioritisation
I couldn't help but notice these beautiful flowers as I walked into the reception area of my office the other day. They may not be the most beautiful flowers you have ever seen but you will agree with me they still are visually striking. Few months back, we were all paying heavy bills heating up … Continue reading And Then, There Comes Spring!