Sometimes, pause; wait; reflect. Don't attempt to do for yourself what God can do for you. Read that again. The two sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu attempted to burn incense for themselves when God's pattern was for Him to provide the fire Himself. Don't attempt to play the role of God in your life. … Continue reading On Strange Fire
She eventually triumphed in Borgov's home country of Russia, in a game created by his fellow countrymen, albeit at the third time of asking. It was a fitting climax to an enthralling story.
https://twitter.com/AjayiWizeman/status/1335058826576465922?s=19 Shortly after the country marked her independence, there was a rise to the surface of a previously simmering ideal. It has been a significant cause of concern over the years but efforts to bring an end to it have been haphazard and spread across many years. Each time, a patch response was gotten while … Continue reading The Power of Social Media in The Dissemination of Ideas: Using The #EndSars Protest as a Case Study.
Front cover design for "Anyone Can Be Rich" by Champion Idogun In his book, Anyone Can Be Rich, Champion Idogun seeks to present the answer to the eternal discourse that generations have sought to answer over the years. It is one that is multi-faceted. Countries in the shadows of civilization have sought to proffer lasting … Continue reading A Review on The Book “Anyone Can Be Rich” by Champion Idogun.
So, today on Kingsquare, we will be taking out time to shine the spotlight on a rising star. He is a young ambitious man who is making strides even as an Undergraduate. In the darkest of times, we found ourselves in, he has still managed to navigate through while setting himself up for astounding success. … Continue reading The Best of Both Worlds: Journalism Meets Pharmacy
Photo by TUBARONES PHOTOGRAPHY on Pexels.com It was the face of a physically, but more importantly, emotionally strained woman. She struggled to keep up with her child while listening to instructions on how to administer the medications. This is the tale of Mrs. M. She noticed her child was different from other children at age … Continue reading Mental Health Issues in Children: A Nigerian Narrative
Image by Lumi Photography (@Lumi_rexx) The past few days have been a roller-coaster for me. From taking stock of my life to going back to the drawing board to draft out the next course. It has also been evocative - you pause, reflect on how far in your journey you have come. The many courses … Continue reading Why Purpose Discovery is Key to Living Your Best Life.
Photo Credits: Macau Photo agency on unsplash We live in an inherently fast paced world with everything moving like a Mercedes Formula 1 race car, driven by Lewis Hamilton on the tracks of Circuit de Monaco. Nature, as always, being a witty comedian with a track record of delivering dark humor, intercepted us all unexpectedly … Continue reading Examining the Impact of the COVID-19 Induced Pandemic and Strategies for Coping with Stress.
We need new namesas our old monikershave grown weary.Letter by letter,they go into extinction.Erode as timeturn into seasons,and seasonsinto hues of days.How it would come,we do not know.What we do know is:New names we want.New names we would get.
Photo credit: Dan Meyers on Unsplash A woman had just lost her husband to a fatal motorbike accident. His death left her with three kids aged 5years, 3years, and a few months old baby that she was still nursing. He had been the primary income-earner for their young family. A few months earlier, they had … Continue reading Discussions about Mental Health: An Overview of Mental Illnesses, Stigmatization, The Role of Care-givers, and Substance Abuse.