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Monthly Archives: May 2014

7 lessons from Maya Angelou that will change your life forever

Through my just began life’s journey with its minutest experience, I have come to know one truth that unless it is given to you, one labours in vain. Don’t get this twisted, but to one may be given the empathy to give life – the doctor, to impart and inspire one to learn – the teacher, to create – the industrialist, to exude joy – the entertainer and to package and ...

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The dialogue of strings on leather

Have you ever thought of the fact that musical instruments are among the oldest man-made objects ever found? Flute for example, could be traced as far back as 37,000 years and perhaps even older! Some other instruments include stringed instruments, drums, xylophones etc. It remains a fact that its incorporation into vocal sounds creates what many may not regard but actually ben...

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The 5 most alien cultures you never thought existed

Africa is packed with countless traditions and customs, some of which may be not so strange while others are over and above bizarre. Well, if you happen to know some very strange cultures around Africa, then check out these unimaginably strange ones too; they could have escaped you. So many years before street lights found their way to the streets of Ghana (then known to be pat...

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The Cultural Norm You Never thought Could Kick Out Depression

Hi all, let’s go for a diversion from the usual today but don’t worry, we will definitely converge at a mutually sane point; that I can assure you. African pleasantries; greetings seem an absolute waste of time a lot of people. Unfortunately, I got caught up in this web too but I’m glad that finally I stumbled on a piece that American Narrative blog also stumbled on in TI...

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A Beautiful Mind Made Manifest at a Creative Hand; Kofi Ansah…

In honour of this beautiful mind to whom tears roll down our cheeks; we are made to understand that though we can only live once, we have the power to choose to be something, and Kofi chose to dip his imagination in Fashion and he took it very far.  I am referring to Ghana’s very own Kofi Ansah who by an unfortunate incident on Friday, I’m forced to call the Late Mr. Ansah...

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