I chanced upon this lovely poem when I was going through my archives today. It was forwarded to me by my brother a long while ago but I couldn't help sharing it with my friends and with you, in particular. This poetic piece does real justice to the 'road map' of success and it's truly inspirational. It heavily dwells on persevering towards your dreams and aspirations. So, do well to attentively feast your eyes on it.
And so how do I finally put it? Drum roll: This goes to you, "I will persist until I succeed" by Og Mandino.
Also, I have attached to this poem, a video from TED Talks on the topic of success and persistence. Please do not leave this page without watching the video "Success is a Continuous Journey" by Richard St. John.
Both the poem and the video have the theme of ''persistence'' in common.
Success is probably the most popular topics you may ever find. I see the path to a successful life as an indirect one. It is wavy. Therefore, I choose to call the path to success ''a crooked road.'' What is your definition of success? Enjoy this post!
Breasts: The Root of Human Life!
It is easy to neglect.The fact that breasts play important roles in our everyday lives, to a large extent, has been neglected by today’s world. The reason? The human female breast is often publicly displayed in diverse ways for various reasons, some of which are wrong. Other times, the female breast forms a major part of certain social and especially, beauty discussions exclusively held on a woman's body and how or what it should look like. Nonetheless, breasts have unique and important purposes to fulfill.
Who should draw our attention to the principal functions of breasts? Who is supposed to be in control and to lead educative discussions on the female breast? Is it men? Did I hear you say women? Join me and let’s break the ice about breasts!
A) Water: The Scarcity of Abundance
When God created water, he made it abundantly available to us. From the day of creation up until today, water flows on this earth so much so that it is like how blood flows through our veins. It is everywhere. Water is truly a gift and I believe that the early humans who existed before us knew how to draw it and treat it well.
There exist many sources of water. These are springs, lakes, waterfalls, lagoons, oceans, gulfs, wells, boreholes and rivers, which meander their way around the earth, creating wonderful picturesque and topographies of the earth. Not to meander myself, I will go back to my main reason for blogging on water today.