Gossip. It is simply idle talk. Mostly about someone when they are not there. Like the bees buzz, that's how gossip actually sounds to the ears. Sad part is it feels so sweet in the mouth. It is so smoothly crafted.
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Young people are hungry for role models. Raring to learn about people who are breaking new grounds and challenging the stereotypes about succeeding in the African context. It's high time we get into an era of encouraging the youth before we get there lets look at these scenarios. Carl an American, at 19 years of … Continue reading A FEVERISH YOUTH
The Drug Epidemic is the new plague. How did we get here? How can we get out? JT's story is one of many. Like JTL, so many kids in our secondary schools are into hard drugs. So many youths now believe they can't function unless they are on these drugs. While we spend time complaining I will love us to take a minute and see what actually goes on
Self-identity leads to self-acceptance. When you know self, the next important thing is to accept self. When we're self-accepting, we're able to embrace all facets of ourselves--not just the positive, more "esteem-able" parts. We can recognize our weaknesses, limitations, and foibles, but this awareness in no way interferes with our ability to fully accept ourselves.