Interventions; Human or Divine

Bitter Honey is a Ghana-based series, centered around the Quartey family. Kojo Quartey; a taxi driver, his wife Aba; who runs a bank’s canteen, and their three children; Kuku, Abena and Maama live through a series of fortunate and unfortunate events. The Bitter Honey series tells the story of different bittersweet experiences that build their characters and teach them … Continue reading Interventions; Human or Divine

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What is chasing you?

Earlier this year, my brother made a profound statement: “Your speed is determined by what is chasing you.” I found that very thought provoking – it’s a bit straight forward, really. However, prior to the strategy meeting in which he made this quote, I had never stopped to actually think about it. When I was … Continue reading What is chasing you?

Clenched Fists, Cold hearts and unpaid debts…Cont’d

Hi everyone! As I promised earlier, this is the continuation of the previous post. If you have not read that yet, here’s your chance. I got a lot of feedback from the previous post and I am glad it was a blessing and food for thought to many. Conversations: I had a conversation with another … Continue reading Clenched Fists, Cold hearts and unpaid debts…Cont’d

Clenched Fists, Cold Hearts and Unpaid Debts

It is seemingly impossible for humans to forgive in entirety; but we are called to take up that divine task of releasing clenched fists, warming frozen hearts, and dismissing unpaid debts.

Looking Deeper…

Sometime last week, my colleague at work was having an issue with a word document she had been working on for about 30 or 40 minutes (could've been more). The content had suddenly disappeared from the word document and she couldn't recover it. In an attempt to help her, I clicked on the undo button … Continue reading Looking Deeper…

BOOK REVIEW: The Alchemist

Book Review: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho What rolled off my lips when I was done with this book was, “Wow!” It was nothing like I expected it to be. This book very different, and I’m glad I took the time to read it. I had heard about ‘The Alchemist’ whilst in Senior High School, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Alchemist

First Steps…

Before we begin this post, I’ll like to wish my beautiful Ewurabena a Happy Birthday. May God continue to honour and provide for you. I love you dearly. Awww 🙈 🙈 🙈 🙈 So sweet!!! 🙈 🙈 🙈 🙈 Both Ewurabena and I will be writing in this section. So, Ewurabena’s contributions will be written in Italics and … Continue reading First Steps…

may we never forget

On my way to work this morning, I could (as is usual after it rains a while,) see evidence of last night’s heavy downpour. There is a shortcut I take everyday that gets me to work in about 20 minutes and today, while on that road, I learnt something about myself that I would like … Continue reading may we never forget

Unrelenting

We are seated here: a table full of stored-up disappointments, wishful past lives and broken dreams. we are brave, we are sad, we are here.   Our minds have traversed thousands of journeys on their own, neither one knows how the other felt, but we know where we’ve been. We can relate.   We have … Continue reading Unrelenting