Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Sunday, December 29, 2013
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
"Whatever you will do to enjoy THIS marriage, DO it!" This reminds me of one of my favourite songs by Ne-Yo, Make it Work.
Men, know this: "Women are like eggs. Handle them with care!"
Marriage runs on two compulsory pillars: Prayer and the Word of God. "A true man is a man of prayer."
"The scripture is like medicine, until you take it, u won't know it's efficacy."
"God won't start anything He can't complete, unless we don't cooperate."Then a friend also shared this, " When your wife (or husband) gets on your nerves, do not over react. Think twice and remember all the people who made time and spent money to witness your union. If you think you can disrespect those faces, then go ahead and misbehave...
... and eerrrmmm, as a man always make sure there's adult music in the background. That's all!
Some Bible quotations for reflections
1st Corinthians 13
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
|Church bells at the Bolgatanga Cathedral|
|Monument marking the 100th anniversary of the diocese|
|The Bolgatanga Catholic Cathedral from a distance|
|Ramsey Sports stadium|
|Some Pajeros parked outside a church|
|EPL fixtures at the Black Star hotel|
|Party time, no?|
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
If you patronise public transportation in Ghana (especially MMT), you understand the frustrations one can go through.
Buses poorly maintained. Passengers being taken for granted. Blah blah blah.
Yesterday, I had to travel from Kumasi to Sunyani and decided to pick a MMT bus. The queue I met can only be described as $$##_++@?@&@%@+*!!!
After being in the queue for a long while, a bus arrived. Then I heard my name being shouted after a while. It was a friend who had bought an extra ticket for me! Hmmm, how bad I felt (because I detest folks jumping the queue).
Well I boarded the bus only to realise 'my' ticket had not been bought. Oh charley!
The smart move wasn't so smart after all.
I just got off the bus, and had to move to Kejetia to pick a cosmo jet.
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Friday, December 6, 2013
I have been blessed with a lot of opportunities, and have had the pleasure of meeting angels on earth. My sweetest taboo is one of such earth angels.
You see, most folks don't have it 'as easy' as I do. An example is the mother of eight I just met in Adum, Kumasi. She's been walking through town since morning, begging for alms. Her last two kids are with her -- under the scorching sun.
I asked where her husband is and she says the father of her first four children is dead. The father of the 2nd set of four has refused to look after the children.
I then asked why she is not farming, and if there was a piece of land she could farm on. Apparently, her uncle has sold the land she could have farmed on!
I know there's more I could do to help her, but I couldn't.
One thing for sure though is that, the image of her and her kids would pay in my mind for some weeks to come.