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Monthly Archives: February 2015


Some years ago, I traveled to visit my parents. My Dad told me a story that made me laugh so hard. It reiterates the popular belief that if you want to hide anything from an African, you hide it in a book. I hope the new generation of Africans will be those from whom nothing can be hidden in a ... Read More »

BLINDNESS: WHAT’S WORSE? by Ndubuisi Egwim

Several years ago while I was in medical school, I walked in for my pediatrics clinical exams, I prayed silently. I was quite apprehensive as I wondered what case I would meet and who would be my examiner. Would my patient be co-operative? Will I have time to finish the exam and type down a diagnosis before the time was ... Read More »

Success before work

Success comes before work and Earning before Learning but of course,only in the Dictionary! In real life, it’s the other way round. The more you work smartly,the more you succeed. The more you learn, the more you earn. Keep Learning! Keep Hope Alive! Read More »

Don’t eat your tomorrow today!

In December 2014, I visited the small town where I was born. I am glad with the decisions I made a couple of years ago. I am convinced that any body can go from the narrowest slum street to the greatest pinnacle in life. Picture credit: The favor of God being with you, what you need is a passionate ... Read More »


It is not enough to be busy; so are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about? Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862) U.S. writer and Philosopher. In our dotcom, instant coffee, click and get, over-night delivery world today, a costly assumption we can make, is to confuse Activity with Productivity. Increase in Activity is NOT directly proportional ... Read More »