• YOU ARE IN NEED  OF A REMEDY TO SAVE YOUR IMAGE
    What would you call something you couldn't stop doing?
    You don't like doing it, yet you find yourself always indulging in it?
    Did I hear you call it an 'obsession'?
    No, that's pathological.
    Habit?
    Yes,  without a doubt. But it's got to be more specific than that. 
    A weakness? 
    Well, isn't that what all habits are - weaknesses? Afterall, a man or woman is addictively enslaved to his or her own habits and it requires hercullian efforts and practice to brake free of them
    So, it's a weakness alright, but of what type is it? What specific label would you give to it - when you can't control your tongue?
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  • ROOTING FOR THE REAL MAN
    Once upon a kingdom a problem-child princess kept rejecting suitors on the excuse that "None of them was a real man".
    Thus the debate of who was "a real man" spread like wild fire in that very wealthy and popular kingdom.
     The king was suffocated by the dilemma. At the last count his only child had turned down thirty suitors. He was most embarrassed, to say the least 
    To solve the problem he gave the princess an ultimatum: she must choose from the three remaining suitors or he would disown her.
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  • ROOTING FOR THE REAL MAN
    Once upon a kingdom a problem-child princess kept rejecting suitors on the excuse that "None of them was a real man".
    Thus the debate of who was "a real man" spread like wild fire in that very wealthy and popular kingdom.
     The king was suffocated by the dilemma. At the last count his only child had turned down thirty suitors. He was most embarrassed, to say the least 
    To solve the problem he gave the princess an ultimatum: she must choose from the three remaining suitors or he would disown her.
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  • ON RAMPAGE
    Have you ever visited a farmland which locusts have visited?
    Pray the farmland is not yours, for obvious reasons. 
    Because, after that visit, such a farmland looks like the scene of a battlefield, with signs of destruction and ruins everywhere.
    It has been grossly abused and assaulted.
    It has been devastated
    It has been wantonly despoiled and robbed of its treasures
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  • HER ROYAL PEACOCK MAJESTY
    A Pecock is a majestic bird, a breed of royalty in it's comportment or bearing. Its tail sings its praise without any audible sound, in displays of brilliant, prismatic, lustrous,  rainbow-like colors which pronounce her the undisputable Beauty-King of all birds.
    There is a human Peacock. It is personified as a mentality which resides in man and its common name is Negative Pride. Have you met him or her before ?
    (NEGATIVE) PRIDE GOES BEFORE A FALL
    Once upon a time, in a far far away kingdom, there ruled a king who had an only daughter named Ireti (which in Yoruba means "Expectation"), whom he loved dearly.
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  • you would call somebody a YELLOW CHAMELEON  beats my wildest imagination.
    We all know that 'yellow ' is a color figuratively used to qualify cowardice, while a chameleon is an animal which imitates or assumes colors of things around it.
    Is it therefore not an overkill calling someone a 'cowardly chameleon' ?
    But that's what the man was popularly called - Yellow Chameleon - derisively. 
    I was new in town and I became curious to know why.
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  • OF CONTENTS
    The Shave
    The Mirror
    8 Ways To Reform
    He who goes about to
    reform the world must
    begin with himself, or
    he loses his labor.
    St. Ignatius of Loyola

    WHO SHAVED MY HEAD?
    Funny question, isn`t it? 
    I mean, what were you doing - sleeping and somebody sneaked in and gave you a shave while you were unconscious?
    But figuratively speaking - that's exactly what happened to me. I woke up to find my head all shaved.
    I couldn't understand it. This wasn't the first time it would happen. 
    I would prepare for a business deal like an athlete training for an Olympic Game, all fired-up and spitting fire. My professional qualifications were never in doubt. In that reg
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  • a simple word, yet a monster in its actions and impacts.
    It's so insidious, like termites, you hardly realize what it's doing until it has eaten up the whole fabric of your relationship.
    A little dose of nagging can raise your blood pressure to an alarming level.
    A large quantity of it is enough explosive to destroy a home!
    You can just visualize the explosion in slow - motion serialization as follows:
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  • a simple word, yet a monster in its actions and impacts.
    It's so insidious, like termites, you hardly realize what it's doing until it has eaten up the whole fabric of your relationship.
    A little dose of nagging can raise your blood pressure to an alarming level.
    A large quantity of it is enough explosive to destroy a home!
    You can just visualize the explosion in slow - motion serialization as follows:
    Plus visit and follow:
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  • OF CONTENTS
    The Shave
    The Mirror
    8 Ways To Reform
    He who goes about to
    reform the world must
    begin with himself, or
    he loses his labor.
    St. Ignatius of Loyola

    WHO SHAVED MY HEAD?
    Funny question, isn`t it? 
    I mean, what were you doing - sleeping and somebody sneaked in and gave you a shave while you were unconscious?
    But figuratively speaking - that's exactly what happened to me. I woke up to find my head all shaved.
    I couldn't understand it. This wasn't the first time it would happen. 
    I would prepare for a business deal like an athlete training for an Olympic Game, all fired-up and spitting fire. My professional qualifications were never in doubt. In that reg
    Comments: 0 Reposts: 0
  • you would call somebody a YELLOW CHAMELEON  beats my wildest imagination.
    We all know that 'yellow ' is a color figuratively used to qualify cowardice, while a chameleon is an animal which imitates or assumes colors of things around it.
    Is it therefore not an overkill calling someone a 'cowardly chameleon' ?
    But that's what the man was popularly called - Yellow Chameleon - derisively. 
    I was new in town and I became curious to know why.
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  • HER ROYAL PEACOCK MAJESTY
    A Pecock is a majestic bird, a breed of royalty in it's comportment or bearing. Its tail sings its praise without any audible sound, in displays of brilliant, prismatic, lustrous,  rainbow-like colors which pronounce her the undisputable Beauty-King of all birds.
    There is a human Peacock. It is personified as a mentality which resides in man and its common name is Negative Pride. Have you met him or her before ?
    (NEGATIVE) PRIDE GOES BEFORE A FALL
    Once upon a time, in a far far away kingdom, there ruled a king who had an only daughter named Ireti (which in Yoruba means "Expectation"), whom he loved dearly.
    READ MORE & FOLLOW @
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