I have come to realize that in this life, we never really know what people go through until we understand it.
This is not the conventional post on my blog. This is more like a personal-pour-out-my-heart kind of post and it’s going to be a long one.
Hi everyone and welcome to another series of ViewPoint.
For those new to Viewpoint, ViewPoint brings together the opinions or “viewpoints” of people on subject matters. Basically I would ask some people their thoughts on a particular issue or matter and compile them for you all to see. The aim of this is to realize how people think and to appreciate the diversity of thoughts.
Hello everyone. How’s your day going?
First of all, I want to thank you all for still sticking around and to my new followers, welcome, please feel at home.
So lately, I have been processing things, I have been figuring things out for myself
“Common 50 naira”
“Is it not common 15 naira pen?”
“Just to go to market you cannot go”
“Is it because I borrowed your jacket I won’t hear word”
“Just because of a book you are disturbing my life”
I’m sure all these must sound familiar. People say these things because they feel it is “just this or that” or it is “common”.
What if you can’t do things like others?
What if you are not as good as others?
Can you command a presence like others?
What if you are not as pretty as others?
The university life is a life of freedom and it can also be used as an opportunity to build yourself, build your brand and build great networks for the future.
My graduation is coming up soon and I’m a bit or maybe not excited. Anyway, I studied Medical Laboratory Science at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Ghana. My graduation was supposed to hold between 28th to 30th of September but I heard it has been shifted. It’s now between 19th to 21st of October, depending on the day my faculty falls on.
Is it right for a man to hit a woman or a guy to hit a girl?
Yesterday when I came back from work, just right after I had settled in, my brother brought up this question, is it right to hit a woman? Of course my mom, my sister and I answered that it wasn’t right to hit a girl. He then asked what if the lady provokes the man or probably slaps the man, wouldn’t it be justified?
We all argued (everyone in the house) and it was fun and enlightening. At the end of it all, I learned some things and also thought out things too from the discussion and I’d like to share them
I have ever been in a situation where I was accused of not greeting someone (Nigerians can sha take greeting personal). The person was like didn’t you see me? So you can’t greet, a young girl like you and so on. Sincerely, right there, I couldn’t even remember if I greeted her or not because I was busy (I think) but I know I greet a lot (Has someone ever dragged your ears when you were a kid for not greeting?