Monthly Archives: October 2015

Let NO ONE despise YOU

My parents instilled in us at an early age the value of education. I was home-schooled up until age 5 when my parents enrolled me in class 1 at Ephraim J Robinson Municipal School (ask my parents howJ). My mom … Continue reading

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My background does not define me, does yours?

I grew up in a zinc shack (pan body) in the not-so-fancy Congo Town neighborhood right next to the local market.  At the time, we lived in two-bedroom house which my two sisters and I together with our parents shared … Continue reading

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You are beautiful, period! No ‘ifs’ or ‘buts

I  love most Dove commercials. If you haven’t seen any,  I encourage you to check them out on youtube. I particularly like the one where the women were asked a simple question, ‘what don’t you like about your body?’ The … Continue reading

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Love & Discipline – Two Sides of the Same Coin #GirlChildMatters#

What kind of father are you? Are you an over-pampering or over-strict dad to your little girl?   Or the physically present but emotionally absent dad who, beyond academics, has no clue how to relate to your daughter on a personal … Continue reading

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