Of course, he’s no fool. He’s careful about what he eats and the places he goes. He researches the recommendations he gets before he adopts them with as much passion as he looks into the opportunities that opened up to him before he invests in them – thoroughly. He accepts that a lot is beyond him but he wouldn’t deny that he’s comfortable.

“Isn’t that the way life is?” he asked me. “You can readily afford some things. But you have to save up for others. And even if you’re the richest alive or that’s ever lived, you still wouldn’t … Read the rest

‎The Programmer, The Prince & The Property Owner

The Programmer

You own the software business. You built it with all you have and now, it has hit hard times. Or maybe you’re just wise enough to realize that it might be either sooner or later but you’d hit the nadir nonetheless and there’s no guarantee of rebounding. However, you want what you have to survive. You want to find a way to sail through whatever would come, no matter how hard it could hit.

You know what you need is an expert to handle things for you, so you advertised the post and applications came in.

“I learnt … Read the rest

It’s Inexplicable Only for the Moment

The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is everyone who is born of the Spirit. John 3:8, NKJV

When Omotola decided to get her house connected to the grid, it’s because she’d realised how much she needed it and not because everyone claims to be plugged into it. Of course, she got some things done with it like the others do, but the fact that she was convinced about her need for it made a lot of differences, if not all of … Read the rest