To hug is to squeeze someone tightly in the arms, typically to express affection. A definition from Wikipedia says, a hug is a form of physical intimacy, universal in human communities, in which two or more people put their arms around the neck, back, or waist of another and hold each other closely.
If it involves more than two persons, we can refer to it as a group hug. Continue reading “HUGGING TO EXPRESS AFFECTION IN HARMONY”
STARTED MY INTERNSHIP ALREADY. ITS ABOUT TWO WEEKS NOW AND IT SEEMS I HAVE DEVELOPED INTEREST IN THE WORK ALREADY.
I DON’T LOVE ACCOUNTING THAT MUCH. IMMEDIATELY THE BOSS CALLED FOR Continue reading “INTERNSHIP”
REBUILDING FOR A CHANGE
LET’S TRY IT ONCE WE ARE OF AGE
IT DOESN’T MEAN WE WILL FIND IT IN A CAGE
Continue reading “THE HABIT OF REBUILDING”
To understand means to have knowledge in something. So if i say “understanding is ideal”, its vague. We get to know something through practise, study or encounter and many more. You may find it easy to comprehend a particular situation and find it very difficult in the other. This shows that there are varieties of situations and their demands. Certain situations require extra effort by reading wide or exploring in order to grasp whatever it holds.
The efforts required to understand a maths problem is very different from that of which is Continue reading “UNDERSTANDING IS IDEAL”
Creativity and being innovative was initiated by God since the day he made the heavens and earth and its associates. He is known as the wisest person among all beings in existence and so whatever he does is indisputable because we believe he knows best.
Mawuko was born with a light skin, she appreciates and loves it. See how fetching her complexion is.
That’s Mimi with the prepossessing beauty of a black African complexion. She endeavors to keep it natural and appealing at all times. Even with a dark skin, she is very pretty.
Dark skin or light skin, we live under the sun and have things in common. The only thing we can do is reveal the beauty of our skin. Others have adopted a strategy in deceiving themselves and the people around them. They will say; “I’m toning my skin”. In the Ghanaian language, they say; “me color aba”. Direct translation is “my color has come”. Preferred translation is “my skin or complexion is glowing”. Interesting right? Do you know why people bleach their skin? Here are some theories behind this act; Continue reading “WHY CAN’T I BLEACH MY SKIN?”
GOOD SHOES TAKE YOU TO GOOD PLACES- “BOYS BEFORE FLOWERS”
Continue reading “……SHOES…..CLOTHES…..”