Please I'm sorry for not being able to post today due to some circumstances beyond my control, but I promise I'm gonna make it up to you all. Thanks for your support so far. One love.
Friday, 28 October 2016
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that
super markets, shops, soft drink sellers and
commercial motorcyclists were recording a boom
in their businesses as visitors and well wishers
from across the country were sighted purchasing
various traditional wares.
The traders at Daura city market also conducted
their businesses without hindrance.
The soft drink and bottled water sellers are
receiving high patronage due the scorching heat in
the ancient city.
NAN observed that there was high vehicular traffic
as various brands of assorted cars and jeeps
belonging to invitees flooded the town.
Several of the invitees drove straight to the Emir
of Daura’s palace, Alhaji Umar Farouq, to pay
homage before proceeding to the venue of the
The residents of Daura were also seen in high
spirit, receiving and entertaining visitors as well as
directing them to various places in appreciation of
their presence for the high profile wedding.
The President’s daughter, Fatima, is getting
married to her heartthrob, Malam Gimba Yau
She will become the fourth wife of Gimba, who is a
former Managing Director and Chief Executive
Officer of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria.
Credit - NFC
The FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Bello said on Tuesday
that herdsmen must move their cattle out of the Federal Capital
Bello gave the warning when he met with members of the
Miyatti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, FCT
Chapter, in Abuja.
The minister noted that there is no way, such animals can co-
habit with the residents.
Bello said that this is part of efforts to totally stop cattle grazing
in Abuja metropolis and major entrance and exit highways into
the city centre.
According to him, the decision is for safety reasons; cattle
should not roam on the streets and highways in the city.
“This is not because the government wants to prevent cattle
breeders from rearing cattle in the Territory.
“You have to understand that when Abuja Environmental
Protection Board says cattle should not roam the city, it is not
because they want to prevent cattle breeders from raring cattle
in the FCT.
“Basically, it is just for safety. It is for safety of your cattle and
above all, safety of the citizens.
“In a modern city, it’s not possible for animals and vehicles to
move together on the roads because this could cause accidents,
which in some cases could be fatal, and it is our duty to protect
lives and property,” he said.
The minister implored the association to nominate some of their
members to serve in the Ministerial Task Team on Environment
to ensure that there is smooth communication between FCTA
and the association.
Bello said that the FCT Administration has moved a step further
to identify new grazing reserves that will cater for their
“A total of 33,485 hectares have already been earmarked for
grazing reserves to cater for about 7 million herds of cattle
comprising of Paikon Kore – 8,500 hectares.
“Karshi – 6,000 hectares, Kawu in Bwari – 9,000 hectares and
Rubochi in Kuje has 9,985 hectares,” the Minister revealed.
Bello said that the critical issue is payment of compensation to
He said that FCT Administration will work together with the
National Assembly to resolve the issue amicably.
The minister explained that the FCT Administration may even
reach out to the host communities to work out a situation where
compensation does not have to be in monetary terms because of
the large expanse of land involved.
“Nothing should prevent the communities that are there and the
Fulanis living together because you don’t always have to move
people away,” he said.
The minister thanked Miyatti Allah for its support to the FCT
Administration and also to the Federal Government.
Bello urged them to continue to robustly support the
government of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Earlier, the Chairman of the FCT Chapter of Miyetti Allah Cattle
Breeders Association of Nigeria, Malam Yahaya Isah said the
association would continue to promote peaceful co-existence.
He promised that his association will enlighten the members
not to breed their cattle on the streets and highways of Abuja
NAN recalls that the Abuja Environmental Protection Board
(AEPB) had arrested 589 hawkers, 25 cows, 51 sheep and nine
herdsmen between May and September.
Mrs Omolola Olanipekun, Acting Director of the board said in
Abuja that the herdsmen and the animals were arraigned in the
FCT mobile court.
Olanipekun said that the board had embarked on dialogue with
the leadership of the herdsmen in the FCT to explain to them the
implication of moving their animals into the city centres.
Thursday, 27 October 2016
Awka – The Commissioner for Agriculture in Anambra, Mr
Afam Mbanefo, said on Monday that the state has reached its
target of achieving self-sufficiency in rice production.
Mbanefo made the disclosure at a Commodity Alliance
Forum/Consultative meeting organised by the state Value
Chain Development Programme (VCDP) in Awka.
The commissioner recalled that the state government had
earlier targeted 210, 000 metric tonnes of rice production per
“Based on the calculation of our expected yields, we are
expecting to realise over 236, 000 metric tonnes of rice in
2016 based on the production capacity.’’
Mbanefo said the calculation was based on all the expected
yields of 35 per cent of over 14, 300 farmers and the activities
of programmes like the VCDP and FADAMA.
He said the expected yield also included the activities of rice
investors in the state including Coscharis farms, Joseph Agro
Mbanefo said the state government was passionate about
revolutionising the agriculture and making it a wealth
creation, especially for unemployed youths who were willing
to venture into the sector.
The commissioner, who said the state government ensured a
linkage between farmers and off-takers, advised farmers who
were yet to form cooperatives to do so in their own interest.
Earlier, the National Programme Coordinator for VCDP, Mr
Ameh Onoja, said the aim of the programme was to assist the
Federal Government to reduce spending on the importation of
According to him, the overall goal is to ensure that rural
poverty is reduced and to ensure accelerated economic
growth is achieved on a sustainable and inclusive basis.
Onoja, who was represented by Mr Basil Esinulo, said the
project was developed to address some major constraints
militating against agricultural development such as the poor
organisation of farmers, processors and marketing.
Other constraints, he said, included lack of rural
infrastructure particularly rural roads, water supply and
market as well as poor access to production and others.
According to him, tremendous boost in rice production will be
achieved to increase incomes and food security in the
The Acting State Programme Coordinator for VCDP, Mr
Bonaventure Mochebe, said the forum was organised to
deliberate on issues that affected farmers and to seek ways
to address the challenges.
He said that the forum will link farmers with financial
institutions, off-takers, Civil Society Organisations and other
stakeholders in the rice business.
Mochebe urged government to rescue farmers whose three
hectares of rice farm land were destroyed by the Fulani
He said on the sideline of the programme that Fulani
herdsmen’s cattle had destroyed over three hectares of rice
The forum also witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU), by the farmers, agro dealers and off-
takers to strengthen their partnership and capacity of
Man, 35, rapes 14-yr-old girl in Minna
Agric City ready in 4 years'Ogbeh
Ondo polls: Jimoh Ibrahim remains PDP candidate '
NMA makes case for National Health law
NUPENG gives FG 21 days to halt sack of workers by oil
FG set to commence local production of vaccines
Senate gives NDDC 7 days to tender evidence of approval
on 1,691 contracts
FEC approves 215MW power plant for Kaduna
Police uncover ritualists' den in Ogun, arrest two
Delta PDP group denies belonging to any faction
Business ratings: World Bank 2017 reports excite
MURDER TRIAL: Drama as ex-Rivers LG boss appears in
court on stretcher
Trial of Fayose's aide, Agbele begins
Kwara tax defaulters face jail term
Anglican Church to Buhari: Do something about
Delta govt tasks parents, communities on polio
ERA/FoEN cautions against pipeline vandalism
Oshiomhole makes case for public office holders with
Lai Mohammed explains 'Change begins with me
Gov Ishaku debunks rumours of planned anti-Tiv attacks
The oil-for-cash deal with India
Ondo poll: 24,000 policemen for poll
Etisalat U-15 School Cup excites Enugu fans
Nigeria hits final in mixed doubles
IOC threatens Nigeria over Heritage bank 'Skoolympics
EFL Draws: Liverpool host Leeds, West Ham travel to
Man survives acid, machete attacks by assassins sent by
Anambra hits 210, 000mt target in rice production '
Rule of Law 'll impede APC's anti-corruption efforts ' Oni
Scores of women besiege Lagos court over Patience
Father of 5 jailed 10 years for raping 8-yr-old
AD NWC insists on Oke
Delta PDP group denies belonging to any faction
ERA/FoEN cautions against pipeline vandalism
Agunloye promises women empowerment
Binis allege marginalization by Benin Owena River Basin
I'll remove laziness from govt ' Akeredolu
Imo Assembly moves against female genital mutilation
NUPENG gives FG 21 days to halt sack of workers or
Binis allege marginalization by Benin Owena River Basin
Amapakabo signs new Rangers deal
N5.6bn case: Don't let EFCC try me in Lagos, Kalu begs
NSE admits N756.48m shares of Initiates Plc on ASeM
Why we established Edo Varsity, Iyahmo, by Oshiomhole
Alowes' civil war account sparks off arguments on state
of the nation
Protesters storm S-Court, insist 'stung' judges must step
No nation can develop without reading ' Kolawole
Has internet replaced the brain of students
Re: Abia, NDDC and the rule of law
Source - Vanguard
DEAR GRACEFUL FATHER, I Thank You for giving me the crown of life (Rev2:10) and opening my eyes to see the light of Your word which separates me from the darkness of the world (1Jh2:8). I pray that I will live a selfless life by Your Spirit and Your grace(Act 10:28). Today I choose to love like You Lord, awake all that sleeps with the word of God in my character and spoken words(Jh17:35). I know God is perfecting all that concerns me! Amen
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
$2.1bn scandal: Jonathan preparing for his own defence,
Let Dasuki prove his innocence in court, APC tells
Jonathan under attack for saying Dasuki didn't steal
EFCC to arraign Obanikoro, Fani-Kayode in Nov
EFCC investigating those in Buhari govt, says Magu
Recession: Buhari seeks N'Assembly's approval for
Senate okays reintroduction of tolls on federal roads
Kenya arrests 26 Nigerians for flouting visa laws
PDP, not APC killed Alamieyeseigha 'Late gov's wife
Why IPOB rejected new judge for Kanu
KSA for RCCG praise
Militants blow up export line, crude production threatened
PDP crisis: Sheriff blames Makarfi for collapse of peace
Kwara assembly plans stiffer penalty for kidnappers
Lagos arrests 11 for occupying abandoned buildings
AAUA suspends six lecturers
29 Kaduna communities sign peace pact to end killings
Four iPhone apps that increase Blogging activities
Olubadan visits Alake, urges peace among Yoruba
Senate proposes law to ban street begging
Ayade names 1,106 political appointees
NHRC begins probe of Abakaliki prison killings
JOHESU protests director's recall, disrupts traffic in
Who should decide cut-off marks: JAMB or schools
Rotary Club backs FG against polio
Enugu lawmakers hail sacked CJ, gov seeks Emehelu's
Sexually transmitted diseases and infertility
Appeal to Ogun government
I'll accept INEC's decision on Ondo gov candidate 'Sheriff
Buhari needs to refocus anti-graft war
APC slams Oke for weeping at campaign ground
APC may cease to exist by 2019
We'll display Ondo candidates' list on Thursday 'INEC
GSK Nigeria sells Lucozade, Ribena to Japanese firm
No plan to increase fuel price, says NNPC
FG to float Diaspora bond soon, targets $21bn
Reps oppose planned rail line concession to GE
27 stocks depreciate as market capitalisation sheds
How to protect your bank account online
Protecting your bank account from scammers
Unity Bank remains focused despite forex challenge,
Investment in six projects'll generate $15bn annually
Firm threatens to sue NCAT over aircraft contract
First Bank named 'Digital Bank of Distinction
Air traffic controllers raise alarm over airspace safety
FBN Capital investors' conference targets economic
Bourse lists shares of The Initiates on ASEM
Ethiopian Airlines to train, hire Nigerian pilots
Address recession with coherent policies, IMF tells
DEAR MIGHTY FATHER, I Thank You for teaching me your ways( Ps29:11) and for giving me hope of gladness when ever I see another beautiful day(Prob10:28). Teach me daily to humble myself before you in prayers, yielding fruits of greatness (Ps18:35). I declare that I work in the strength and power of the Spirit of God and anything I say concerning my life comes to pass(Ps12:2). So I say I'm filled with the wisdom of God! Amen
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib.
If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in
your head or neck and die.
If you keep your eyes open by force, they will pop out.
It's impossible to sneeze in your sleep.
Work hours are so insane in Japan that it's normal for people to fall asleep on the job.
Believing that you've slept well improves performance, even if you didn't get that much sleep.
95% of people text things they could never say in person
Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have
over a million descendants.
Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in
your ear by 700 times.
It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
More than 50% of the people in the world have never made or
received a telephone call, so count yourself lucky.
23% of all photocopier faults worldwide are caused by people
sitting on them and photocopying their buttocks.
1.Prolonged lack of sleep can cause irregular jumping heartbeats
B premature ventricular contractions (PVCs).
2. Some heavy snorers may have a condition called obtrusive sleep
apnea (OSA), which can negatively affect the heart.
3. Because the heart has its own electrical impulse, it can continue
to beat even when separated from the body, as long as it has an
adequate supply of oxygen.
4. The more education you have, the lower your risk of heart disease
5. Your heart beats 100,000 times per day.
6. The number of heart attacks peak on Christmas day, followed by December 26th and New year's
7. Modesty prompted the invention of the stethoscope. Before now, Doctors had to press their ears directly to each patient's chest.
8. Happiness is a strong sense of emotional vitality which helps to lower your risk of heart disease. So learn to stay happy.
9. Early Egyptians believed that the heart and other major organs had
wills of their own and would move around inside the body.
10. The heart begins beating at four weeks after conception and does
not stop until death.
Sources-randomhistory and Cleveland clinic
DEAR HOLY FATHER, I Thank You for making me find You early in my life and for setting my path from the foundation of the world(Prob8:17). I pray that You deliver us from every forms of evil and teaching me daily that safety is of You alone(Dan3:17). I know Your strength is made perfect in my weakness,so I walk into this day full of abilities of the Spirit of God and living triumphantly in life(2Cor12:9). I'm an epitome of blissful life! Amen
Monday, 24 October 2016
Former Deputy Governor of Plateau State, Dame Pauline Tallen,
has turned down her nomination as an ambassador by President
According to her Facebook social media wall at the weekend,
Tallen said: “I am fully committed to nation building and
completely loyal to the Federal Republic of Nigeria as well as its
leaders. I count myself privileged to serve our dear country as an
ambassador of change.
However, family comes first and as such my decision is borne out
of the love for my ailing husband who needs the support of his
family. God bless Nigeria.”
She also appreciated the president for counting her worthy to
serve Nigeria in the capacity of an ambassador. “It is a hard
decision I had to take, but I have to, because he is my primary
responsibility,” she said.
*hahaha... Guess she agrees with President Buhari, that a woman's place is in the kitchen, I love her for this *
As part of measures to enhance the independence of the judiciary,
the National Judicial Council, NJC, has barred judges and other
court staff from accepting gifts from other arms of government.
The move is aimed at enhancing the independence of the judiciary,
as it also outlawed any form of lobbying of other arms of
government by the judiciary or any of its institutions.
The new measures are also set out to curb corruption and other
unethical conduct among judicial officers and other court staff,
especially against the backdrop of recent raiding of homes and
arrest of some Supreme and High Court judges in the country.
These form part of the provisions in a new National Judicial
Policy, NJP, to be launched in Abuja today by the NJC. The
measures, which are part of a new NJP to be launched in Abuja
today, seeks to merge and improve on the existing NJC NJP and a
similar policy by the National Judicial Institute, NJI.
The existing Code of Conduct for judicial officers provides that “a
judge and members of his/her family shall neither ask for nor
accept any gift, bequest, favour, or loan on account of anything
done or omitted to be done by him in the discharge of his duties.
“But, the provision in the new policy particularly bars judges and
other court staff from accepting gifts from other arms of
government, and made compliance mandatory.”
Section 2(3)(2) of the new policy states: “The Code of Conduct for
Judicial Officers and Code of Conduct for Court Employees, with
the amendment discouraging acceptance of gifts from other arms
of government, should be such as would be adequate. Compliance
with their provisions shall be mandatory.”
Further on its relationship with other arms of government, it is
prescribed that “the judiciary shall not resort to lobbying in
ensuring that the legislature and the executive perform their
constitutional responsibilities. “All arms of government should
respect the doctrine of Separation of Powers as enshrined in the
The policy also introduced measures to further keep complaints
against judges and other court staff from the media and public
domain. Provisions in this regard are contained in section 2(2)(4)
to 2(2)(9). It states further:
“It shall be the policy of the judiciary on complaints of misconduct
against judicial officers or employees of the judiciary shall not be
leaked or published in the media.
“Where complaints on allegations against judicial officers and
court employees are submitted for investigation, the complainant
or complainants shall be made to give an undertaking not to do
anything to prejudice investigation or actions that may be taken.
“The institutions of the judiciary concerned with investigation or/
and implementation of decisions taken on such complaints shall
be obliged to cease further action where such complaints are
leaked or discussed in the media.
“Where such a leakage is occasioned after the submission of a
complaint, then all investigations on the complaints shall be
suspended, the leakage investigated and if such leakage is from
the complainant or through other parties known to such a
complainant, such a complaint should be discarded.
“Where such leakage is occasioned prior to the presentation of the
complaint and the source of the leakage is found to be the
complainant or through other parties known to and connected with
the complainant, then such complaint shall not be accepted, upon
submission, by the appropriate disciplinary body.
“On conclusion of investigation, the disciplinary bodies may allow
public disclosure of their findings, subject to following the proper
tomatoes contain a substance that has been found to promote healthy fat burning enabling you to trim down your sides without going to the gym.
Good on night tomatoes dieting.
Eat tomatoes last thing in the night before bedtime.
Try this for a period of three to six months.
Please remember not to stay up too late and eat too much late at night,and eat plenty tomatoes.
Picture credit - Pedro Fernandes
DEAR PEACEFUL FATHER, I Thank You for making me trust you the more; giving me coverage when all hope is lost (Ps53:6) and writing a new chapter of my life for me; living it to the fullest in Christ(Rev3:12). Today, I choose to guide my heart with all diligence with the help of the Spirit of God, thereby thinking right and doing right ( Pro3:29). This week, I'm entering into a new dimension of glory and all men shall see it and join me praise You(Col3:29). My life is so amazing! Amen...HAPPY NEW WEEK!!!
Sunday, 23 October 2016
Jose Mourinho's Stamford Bridge return wasn't a good one at all,
and only got worse as the most successful manager in
Chelsea's history saw his Manchester United side succumb to a humiliating 4-0 defeat.
If Mourinho's hope was to show his former pay masters the stuff he's made of, then the reverse was the case.
The most painful part was when some of the Chelsea fans who used to love him to bits, started chanting
"You're not special any more,"
Don't worry Mr Mourinho, the devil is a liar.
One of Nigeria’s funny men Okey Bakassi turned 47 years today, 23rd October 2016.
Let's celebrate a man who is really good at what he does.
Donald Trump said on Saturday, Oct. 22, that he plans to sue the
women who accused him of s3xual misconduct following the
release of his now-infamous lewd 2005 video.
“Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign,”
the Republican presidential candidate, 70, said during an
appearance in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. “Total fabrication. The
events never happened. Never. All of these liars will be sued after
the election is over.”
“But a simple phone call placed to the biggest newspapers or
television networks gets them wall-to-wall coverage with virtually
no fact-checking whatsoever,” Trump continued.
The real estate mogul then pointed the finger at his opponent,
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton . “It was probably
the [Democratic National Committee] and Hillary’s campaign who
put forward these liars with their fabricated stories,” he said on
Saturday. “But we’ll probably find out later through litigation,
which we’re so looking forward to.”
The sexual misconduct allegations came after a 2005 recording of
Trump bragging about groping women during a conversation
with Billy Bush was released online byThe Washington Post in
early October. In the days following, at least 10 women came
forward with claims that Trump inappropriately touched them over
the past 30 years.
An 11th accuser is set to hold a press conference in Los Angeles
at 2 p.m. local time on Saturday with her attorney, Gloria Allred .
The news conference marks the first time the female accuser, who
has not yet been identified, will speak publicly about her
allegations against Trump.
The businessman has repeatedly denied the sexual misconduct
US weekly reportage.
Lautech: Stop the wrangling
Power firms demand 200% increase in tariff
Access to proceeds: No respite yet for exporters
Expanding Aso Villa Demo Day project
Informal sector loses interest in pension scheme
Eight months of Forcados shutdown cost Nigeria N689bn
Nigeria loses N1tn yearly to port inefficiency ' Report
We're extending housing loans to other Africans ' FMBN
I'm inspired by Federer's calmness ' Enosoregbe
2015/16 NPFL season: The good, bad and ugly
Latest Spanish La Liga table
How AC Milan got rare win over Juventus
Latest English Premier League table (WK9)
Rooney takes swipe at 'United fan' Owen
Ambode's IT revolution
The demons of President Goodluck Jonathan
Why China remains Nigeria's friend
Sweet Jesus, I thank for yet another day and another week.
Nothing is hidden from your eyes, your light shines
into the darkness of this world and into the shadows of our hearts.
You see our thoughts, our motives, words and actions,
You promised in your word that A thousand may fall at my side, And ten thousand at my right hand; But it shall not come near me. Only with my eyes shall I look, And see the reward of the wicked. Psalm 91:1 - 8
This day and week, I pray you to cause your strength to pilot me :
Your might to uphold me,
Your wisdom to guide me,
Your eye to look before me,
Your ear to hear me,
Your word to speak for me,
And Your hand to guard me
Thank you Most High God, for I know you have answered me,in Jesus name. Amen
Saturday, 22 October 2016
This is a story by Jai, it teaches not to ever look down on a person because of a physical challenge. Just love and keep loving.
My mom only had one eye. I hated her… she was such an
embarrassment. My mom ran a small shop at a flea
market. She collected little weeds and such to sell…
anything for the money we needed she was such an
embarrassment. There was this one day during
I remember that it was field day, and my mom came. I was
so embarrassed. How could she do this to me? I threw her
a hateful look and ran out. The next day at school… “Your
mom only has one eye?!” and they taunted me.
I wished that my mom would just disappear from this
world so I said to my mom, “Mom, why don’t you have the
other eye?! You’re only going to make me a
laughingstock. Why don’t you just die?” My mom did not
respond. I guess I felt a little bad, but at the same time, it
felt good to think that I had said what I’d wanted to say
all this time. Maybe it was because my mom hadn’t
punished me, but I didn’t think that I had hurt her feelings
That night… I woke up, and went to the kitchen to get a
glass of water. My mom was crying there, so quietly, as if
she was afraid that she might wake me. I took a look at
her, and then turned away. Because of the thing I had said
to her earlier, there was something pinching at me in the
corner of my heart. Even so, I hated my mother who was
crying out of her one eye. So I told myself that I would
grow up and become successful, because I hated my one-
eyed mom and our desperate poverty.
Then I studied really hard. I left my mother and came to
Seoul and studied, and got accepted in the Seoul
University with all the confidence I had. Then, I got
married. I bought a house of my own. Then I had kids,
too. Now I’m living happily as a successful man. I like it
here because it’s a place that doesn’t remind me of my
This happiness was getting bigger and bigger, when
someone unexpected came to see me “What?! Who’s
this?!” It was my mother… Still with her one eye. It felt as
if the whole sky was falling apart on me. My little girl ran
away, scared of my mom’s eye.
And I asked her, “Who are you? I don’t know you!!” as if I
tried to make that real. I screamed at her “How dare you
come to my house and scare my daughter! Get out of here
now!!” And to this, my mother quietly answered, “oh, I’m
so sorry. I may have gotten the wrong address,” and she
disappeared. Thank goodness… she doesn’t recognize
me. I was quite relieved. I told myself that I wasn’t going
to care, or think about this for the rest of my life.
Then a wave of relief came upon me… one day, a letter
regarding a school reunion came to my house. I lied to
my wife saying that I was going on a business trip. After
the reunion, I went down to the old shack, that I used to
call a house…just out of curiosity there, I found my mother
fallen on the cold ground. But I did not shed a single tear.
She had a piece of paper in her hand…. it was a letter to
I think my life has been long enough now. And… I
won’t visit Seoul anymore… but would it be too
much to ask if I wanted you to come visit me once
in a while? I miss you so much. And I was so glad
when I heard you were coming for the reunion. But I
decided not to go to the school…. For you… I’m
sorry that I only have one eye, and I was an
embarrassment for you.
You see, when you were very little, you got into an
accident, and lost your eye. As a mother, I couldn’t
stand watching you having to grow up with only one
eye… so I gave you mine… I was so proud of my son
that was seeing a whole new world for me, in my
place, with that eye. I was never upset at you for
anything you did. The couple times that you were
angry with me. I thought to myself, ‘it’s because he
loves me.’ I miss the times when you were still
young around me.
I miss you so much. I love you. You mean the world
My World Shattered. I hated the person who only lived for
me . I cried for My Mother, I didn’t know of any way that
will make up for my worst deeds…
1. Had we not had stinky underarms thousands of years ago, we’d not exist. Our ancestors’ stinky pits helped keep predators at bay.
2. Armpits have 20 million microscopic animals living on a square inch of human skin.
3. There are people in the world who have made cheese from bacteria in human armpits.
4. A newborn baby has about one cup of blood in his body.
5. only takes a few weeks in before a baby can visually distinguish between his or her mother and other adults. The constant sounds and sights are soothing to the child and are missed when gone. However, the voice and smell of the mother can be recognized from birth.
6. According to this article from Associated Content, breast milk can be good for adults too. If you can stomach the taste along with the knowledge of where it came from, the milk may be of use for combating serious diseases.
7. Former American President Van Buren popularized one of the most
commonly used phrases to date: “OK”, or “Okay”
8. Science has discovered that stars emit radio waves, which are
received on earth as a high pitch. God mentioned this in Job 38:7:
"When the morning stars sang together..."