Can a Monkey Swim?

The monkey is a genius on trees right? What is a monkey in water?

Don’t doubt yourself. Find your right fit



Same-Sex marriage: the silent message

If as awkward as it is, that a man will prefer to have sex with another man,

If as unnatural as it is, that a woman will be sexually attracted to another woman,

If as strange as it is, that a man will go into a little girl child instead of a mature woman

Then tell me, if some people’s brain chemicals find sexual attraction in these awkward cases, then what makes you think that there aren’t people who will trip for the natural you, no matter how awkward you think your spec is?  –  small breasts, balloon breasts, skinny legs, fat laps, straight hips, dark lips, flat bums, hairy chest, big head, small nose, whatever!

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The miracle of “One moment, and the Next …”

The miracles of Jesus are astonishing and this unpopular one is really amazing!

It is called the miracle of “suddenly”. I’m sure you’ve heard of men who turned legitimate millionaires overnight.
Have there not been men who left home as mere men but returned same day as heroes? Or haven’t we seen men who were servants yesterday, but today they are masters? That is the miracle of “one moment, and the next …”. It talks about a sudden good outcome.


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“It’s great to have a Private Jet” – Oprah Winfrey

You’ll agree with me that there are secrets to success, there are joys of success, so there are pains of success too. But what are  Oprah’s views?

According to Oprah, among the joys of success is the pleasure of owning a mansion and a private jet.


Bombardier. Photo credit: the Wall Street Journal


During a speech to Duke University’s graduating class, Oprah talked about these secrets and joys of success.

It’s great to have a nice home. It’s great to have nice homes!…” she told the students. “It’s great to have a private jet. Anyone that tells you that having your own private jet isn’t great is lying to you.”

For her,  flying in a private jet is one of the great material perks that money can buy. (Apparently Oprah’s ride is a $42 million custom-build Global Express XRS built by Bombardier Aerospace).

However, more importantly, she went on to explain that  “you haven’t completed the circle of success until you help someone else move to a higher ground and get to a better place.”

Oprah thinks it’s great to have a private jet if you can afford it, but then, she also thinks it’s necessary to help other people succeed. What do you think?

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The Great Aristotle of Greece


There lived a great man named Aristotle of Greece. He laid a great foundation for today’s exploits. Read a few things about this legend.

Did you know, Aristotle was a student of Plato and in turn, he (Aristotle) tutored the famous king,  Alexander the Great?
Aristotle was, and remains a great man. He is a man of many parts: he studied many subjects possible at the time and made significant contributions. His writings cover many subjects, including physics,  poetry, theater, music,  rhetorics, linguistics, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology.
According to Wikipedia, Aristotle is one of the most important founding figures in Western philosophy. His writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of Western philosophy, encompassing morality (virtue ethics), aesthetics, logic, science, politics, and metaphysics.

Interestingly, Aristotle, means “the best purpose”. Unfortunately, in some environments, Aristotle shortened as ARISTO is a word used in a negative sense, the sugar-daddy relationships. But in truth, Aristotle is a good name which also stands for great achievements.


Watch this BBC Review: Why Are So Many Great Men Short?

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Biography of Steve Jobs

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You’ve heard about Steve Jobs  or probably, you  use the iPad, iMac, iPod, MacBook, iphone or any of the  i-Stuffs. Read a bit about the brain behind these revolutionary products.

Steve Jobs was born in February 24, 1955 to Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble who both gave him up for adoption at an early age.

He was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs who named him Steven Paul Jobs

It’s on record that his youth was riddled with frustrations especially over formal schooling .

Jobs experimented with several pursuits before starting Apple Computers in 1976 with Steve Wozniak whom he had met in high school.

Jobs started Apple at age 21 in a family garage.
The entrepreneurial venture was funded after Jobs sold his Volkswagen bus while Wozniak sold his beloved scientific calculator.

Jobs and Wozniak are credited with revolutionizing the computer industry by democratizing the technology and making the machines smaller, cheaper, intuitive and accessible to everyday consumers.

Executives of Apple phased out Jobs as CEO of Apple when Apple lost market share to IBM, believing Job’s ideas was hurting the company

In 1985, Jobs resigned as Apple’s CEO to begin a series of other companies, starting with a company called NeXT.
Later Apple bought one of the companies Job had newly created and that was how Jobs came back as Apple CEO.
He died in 2011 following a battle with Pancreatic cancer.

Hmmn, did you note a few things about this great guy?

  • He was an adopted Child. Does that ring a bell?
  • He had a frustrating start
  • At a point in his life, he sacrificed what he had to pursue a higher dream
  • He had ‘crazy’ out-of-the-box  ideas and believed in them. At times his ideas got him into trouble but  with persistent pursuit, he was successful in the end.
  • He may not have lived that long but he made positive contributions to change his world?

Watch this documentary on the life and times of Steve Jobs

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