Fake

Fake; an object that is made to look real or valuable in oder to deceive people. why is being fake more popular? What happens to being ourselves, not caring what someone has to say about us? What happens to accepting yourself just the way you were made and not having to put yourself under the... Continue Reading →

January week 4/ 2019

Greetings from Frankfurt, I Hope 2019 has been treating you good so far? I feel like January actually rushed by even though it has a reputation for being a "slow" month. 2018 was generally quite stressful for me, especially emotionally. If you followed my blog last year, I blogged about setting goals. So the goal... Continue Reading →

January week 1/ 2019

    Welcome to 2019. Hopefully you are all doing well. Do you have a new resolution this year? Mine is to post regularly. It's been a while since I have updated my weekly post. Too many things happened that I hardly had time to do the things that makes me happy. So I went... Continue Reading →

Lie

  A lie is used intentionally for the purpose of deception. A liar is a person who communicate in lies and the constant or continuous practice of lie is lying. There are different types of lies, we have the big lie, small lie, cover-up lie, misinformative lie e.c.t. Each of these are being used for different purposes.... Continue Reading →

Secrets

Mystery, the unknown, the unseen, something that is kept or meant to be kept. We all have them; don't we? There are reasons why we keep secrets. Personal secret, reasons we do things in certain ways, secrets of others, and other things best know to us; of which we could end up taking it with... Continue Reading →

CEO

A Chief executive officer, is in charge of managing an organisation. What is the job of a CEO? It is a CEO's job to measure their successes, avoid pitfalls, set priorities, be sane, skillful, strategize, direct, set high values, set good behaviour, building and leading the Team. The CEO is responsible for the success or... Continue Reading →

Mothers day, The history

Mothers day, a day of the year on which mothers are particularly honoured by their children. In North America and South Africa it is the second Sunday of May; in Britain it has become another term for Mothering Sunday. It was founded in the year 1914 by Anna Jarvis. She said, "It wasn't to celebrate all... Continue Reading →

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