There was no epiphany, no Hollywood moment when I realized my calling, but it has just been a summation of all my interactions here in this space we share. I know what I am here to do, I know I must fight myself on those days when I am thinking I am not up to the task.
She urged Jideke to address her parents by telling them why he didn’t want to continue with the wedding arrangements anymore. Her mom was pacing up and down in the living room; she wasn’t ready for any surprises from her supposed son-in-law.
Of course I had no other guy in mind. We were not dating though. I didn’t know what he had in mind because he never talked about it. Most times I just lie on my bed and get butterflies of what would be if we dated. He was everything I wanted in a man.
There are rules (in society) that protect us from breaking the law –even these laws –and reaping the consequences. The best of them all is the golden rule: “Do to others what you want them to do to you”.
The world is at it again this week, with it’s ridiculousness. As it is wont to be. Trust Nelly, Saga, Sirkastiq and Terdoo to bring you the most outlandish shit they could find.
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Growing up I kept imagining who I wanted to be and where I wanted to be. I had too many heroes but then I got to that point where I could only see me, a better me, the future me and I became my own hero.
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