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PIECES by Amanda Cook

This song brings with it such a sentimental feeling, really! I have no words for the feelings it invokes in me, just listen here
 It talks about love and the first line says:

"unreserved, unrestrained, your love is wild" Oh my goodness!!
"It isn't shy, unashamed, your love is proud to be seen with me"- I can surely testify to this, I believe that my number 1 biggest fan in the entire universe must be the Holy Spirit.

"Uncontrolled, uncontained, your love is a fire....." isn't it exciting?

It speaks of relentless love, love that is not calculating, love that gives its all at the very beginning, all the way through. It's a love determined to go all the way with us.".your love's not passive, its never disengaged, its  always present"-it always has my time.

In our everyday relationships, this might be difficult for many of us. Actually it is even seen as coming on too strong, it might be unacceptable for many people that you accept and…

Satisfaction? me? dEsireS? God? The preacher?

Satisfaction: the act of fulfilling or achieving a need or wish (according to cambridge)
Synonyms: contentment, pleasure, gratification, sense of achievement 
We are apt to think that generally people are satisfied when they have basic necessities, good health, housing, shelter, clothing, food, enough money to get what they want, education, a family, relationships, family doing well. But does it end there? which human is there that doesn’t want more? More money, more fame, more recognition, more appraisal, more love, more joy, job promotions, better governance from our leaders. We see progress as not being stagnant, moving from grass to grace, from better to best. Progress is defined as development towards an improved or more advanced condition. So what human being doesn’t want progress?

but what about the little things that bring us joy, when people we love, love us back, when we are appreciated for doing right? the satisfaction or rest that supposedly comes from watching moves, goin…

Book Review: THE RICHEST MAN IN BABYLON by George E. Clason

I first learn't about this book in one of Robert Kiyosaki’s books. My aunt happened to have a copy at home, so I just went ahead and read it.

This book is about MONEY, how to handle money. Everyone uses money, everyone needs money. To put aside topics regarding money is mere folly.

"Ask and it will be given to you, Seek and you shall find..." - Matthew 7:7
It opens with the introduction of the character Bansir; this is followed by a conversation between Bansir and his friend Kobbi about money and they make mention of their old friend Arkad, who came from humble beginnings as themselves but who is now the richest man in Babylon. While conversing, Bansir and Kobbi realize that they have never found any measure of wealth, because they never did seek for it. The author establishes this truth in the first chapter that we must have ambitions and desires. So the two friends set out to meet with Arkad and inquire of him how they might be rich.

“Wealth like a tree, grows from a tiny …

No! Not Again.

Yes again! Yay me! am blogging again, after a two year hiatus, and here's a little gist on how I came to this decision So I attended the social media summit, at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja on the 8th of August. One word it was, Amazing! I don't consider myself as a social media fan, which is why I attended the summit, I wanted to see what I was missing and I am glad I made that decision. Social media, if harnessed properly can benefit everyone in the right ways, to make money is one reason, but also to lend a voice to others, to let your own voice be heard and so on. I learn't too much to share here. But, it was enough for me to want to start blogging again.
There were people from all genres and walks of life, mostly youths and that was inspiring for me. A line from George E. Clason’s the richest man in Babylon quotes, “Babylon became the wealthiest city of the ancient world, because its citizens were the richest people of their time." Seeing so many people eager to learn at…