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Posted 22nd November 2015 at 10:43 AM by babe!
Who will you share a beer with?(..of projections and reflections)
As part of my exercise to put a face behind the anonymity of online members on this forum i ask my self if given as little as a 15 minutes break from my existential activities who would i share a bottle of beer with from this esteemed online community? No, i don't drink its just a form of expression for who i think i have something to learn from the most or who you will like to mentor you(if you are still young at...
Featured blog entry from Salida
Posted 6th November 2011 at 08:15 PM by Salida
TIME NA MONEY Part I
Let me start this write-up by asking this question to all SMN members: what is the Universal Currency in the world?
I do not have more than you and you do not have more than me. Though this currency is doled out in equal proportions, the way we value this currency shapes a lot of things in our lives.
This valued currency is “Time”. We all have 24 hours in a day. Was that the expected answer?
I knew many might have been thinking...
Posted 25th February 2012 at 01:18 PM by babe!
Where do Good ideas come from? BulK SMS?
I remember watching a TedTalk on where good ideas come from. you can too, TED: Ideas worth spreading. The speaker talked about the common fallacy that good ideas comes as bout of inspiration. And how switching from alcoholic beverages to common coffee in pubs house transformed a morose UK. He suggested good ideas comes from organized chaos..(like reading state of the nationhttp://www.stockmarketnigeria.com/fo...tml#post120077...
Posted 23rd February 2012 at 09:19 PM by babe!
Will you still be able to figure this out (2+2) in 20yrs time?
Dementia is a disease that cause progressive memory loss.
Today, I woke up at 6am to the tune of Nwagongo wathiogun, a Zulu South African song. I couldn’t hear the lyrics distinctly.i struggle to understand the words but it was a futile exercise. It was in a different language. However the song sounded very poignant, and I can only guess what those South-Africans were singing about. Maybe about their love...