On the 12th Day, Love


When I first got the idea to do the 12 days of Christmas series, I was convinced it will be a tough challenge. I’m happy to say I had no idea what I was talking about. Continue reading “On the 12th Day, Love”

On the 9th day, Vision & Purpose.

Imagine knowing why you were sent on earth, from the very first day you got here.

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On the 8th day, Truth

There is a lot of confusion in the world today, and most of us are not even aware of it. Opinions from all kinds of sources have been accepted as truth and by this acceptance, we have caged ourselves and shrouded ourselves in darkness. Continue reading “On the 8th day, Truth”

On the 7th day, Purity


“Who shall ascend the hill of the LORD? And who shall stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to what is false and does not swear deceitfully.”

-Psalm 24: 3 &4


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On the 5th day, Sacrifice & Sharing

“Our lives are a part of something greater than ourselves.” Two days ago, when I heard this quote, it’s truth and severity shook me. It is amazing how many lives we are individually connected to and how many people our life’s choices will consequently improve or destroy. Sacrifice is an underlying factor that no one can live without in life. In making any choice, there … Continue reading On the 5th day, Sacrifice & Sharing

On the 4th day, Leadership & Followership

  About a week ago, Ghana elected a new president. I strongly believe that the followers the president-elect had with him made his entire campaign. Some devoted followers of the winning political party have never laid eyes on the flag bearer before, but can bet their lives on his credibility. It is almost hilarious. Such leader-follower dedication is really is really impressive– in different cases … Continue reading On the 4th day, Leadership & Followership

On the 3rd Day, discipline

When I was very young, either 7 or 8years (it could have even been six), I took part in a school pageant. I don’t remember the details, but I remember no one won – or rather, everyone won. Whichever way you looked at it, I was slightly disappointed but that’s not the focus here.  Continue reading “On the 3rd Day, discipline”