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Artful Dodging

At some point, we couldn't avoid the cloudy bumps any more. We had to pass through them if we were going to land at the intended airport.

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Strength in Ignorance

There was a young man who belonged to a certain Christian group. Almost all they believed in was in conflict with what other Christians believe. He stumbled on Billy Graham preaching on TV one day. He decided to listen and pick holes in the sermon of the “big guy.” This …

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Wisdom

Outside the Austrian Parliament building is a statue of Athena, the goddess of Wisdom. Certainly, all leaders especially national leaders could do with more wisdom . However, the citizens find it hilarious that while decisions are being made within the Parliment Building, Athena stands outside. Unfortunately, that is not a …

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Time-Time-Time!

I got tired of seeing the same contact appearing multiple times on my phone due to multiple email/social media synchronization. So a few days ago, I began to merge, to delete and generally tidy up. I was amazed at the number of my contacts that have crossed to the great beyond! Just then, something seemed to whisper to me, “The number will only increase…with time!”

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The waters

The Waters. Growing up, there was a tall, bent, old Norwegian preacher I used to watch on TV: Aril Edvardsen. Once he stood by the River Jordan and shared about the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. The river Jordan flows into the Sea of Galilee, and then continues …

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Prerequisites

Some weeks back I had a discussion with a certain Medical Doctor after church service. He’s about over 40 years of age. The problem is that He Has A PhD! A medical doctor with a PhD?! Such a humble man; Leader in church! Well, nice enough. His wife gave me a …

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Keeping Hope Alive

Few weeks ago, a close pal called me. He asked after a mutual friend who I really should know more about. I’ll call him KEN. I told him Ken should be in Lagos. He exclaimed, “Ken is dead!” I was dumbfounded; he referred me to Ken’s Facebook page. Ken died 7 months prior! Whoa! …

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What I saw at Iyana-Oworo

What I saw at Iyana-Oworo (‘Lanre Fatokun) About 6:30 am, on the way to work. there was the maroon-coloured Camry which Nigerians call “Big-for-nothing”. Gun-toting policemen were around; a couple of them with 3 women-in-suit, in front of the car, everyone appeared to be making calls. As we drew closer, …

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