Wednesday, September 19, 2018

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Virtues

Three Virtues I Learned From My Mother

Dear Elsie, Today, I will tell you about a particularly awesome person. A person I believe deserves all the praise and commendation I can give....
Class

Campus Wahala #5: I Step Out.

In high school second year, I went to the barber. I don't know if I caught him in a bad mood...next thing I knew, I was feeling breeze on my head. I touched it and, no hair. My head shined like a beacon of hope for about 3 weeks in school before it grew back. Emmanuel and I were discussing this, as we walked to Mecca road, when I saw some things that made my words fail me. The girls! The fine girls!
Bernard Avle

Nine Lessons to Learn From Bernard Avle

Three days ago, July 18, 2017, the president of the republic of Ghana met selected members of the press at the flagstaff house. His...
letter

St. Rose’s Homecoming: A Letter To My 14-Year-Old Self

- Able Delalie writes a letter to her 14-year-old self In a few days, old students of St. Rose's Senior High School would converge in...
bastard

How I Found Out I Was A Bastard

I had forgotten my place until He came. He made the scales fall from my eyes. He took me down memory lane. The flashbacks were excruciatingly painful. The truth was a bitter pill to swallow. Then, I wished He never made me do this. He helped me discover my family - my true identity. Now, I am eternally grateful.
girl

International Day of the Girl: My Note to All Girls

I am sure you were as surprised as I was when you woke up this morning to find that today is the International Day of the Girl. Read my thoughts on the day
perfection

#HardGirlBut: You Are Stuck on the Mirage of Perfection

Perfection is not necessarily good nor bad. Depending on what angle it is pursued from, the effect on the individual varies.

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