Life couldn't have had it any other way than the way it is right now. The last days of college are packed with questions and embers of hope, that the next chapter of Life will be kind enough to let every graduate pass, get a ticket to an amazing freelance job and of course… Continue reading Dear Society
I walked into the yard with mild apprehension. I had experienced all sorts of family things with my family people, and no matter what I have done, this place was home. And I could never go anywhere else. I stepped through the door, hoping to find no one in the lounge, so that I take… Continue reading
I can come to the throne of grace boldly. It was never specified that who can come and who can't. In God's light, we are all equal. I encourage all the men of this modern society to emancipate themselves from the bonds of patriarchy, which was a tool developed by their forefathers to have their… Continue reading In God’s light
“The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out” (Proverbs 20:5). We exist for a greater purpose. A purpose we can't measure with rightness or wrongness. That which must be achieved will be achieved. It is beyond me to try to control or dissuade that which is… Continue reading The Miracle of Purpose
Exactly two months and one week ago, I was a bubbly varsity senior with only a semester left to my big break and a newfound vibrancy for learning entirely new things. According to the misdirection of those short-lived academic energies, I enrolled myself for an International Administration class (cheers to the UN employment aspirants like… Continue reading Intellectual Burnout!
In case you missed it, Botswana University had a great day to remember on the 9th of February 2017 when over 400 hundred students paid due honor to their management with the biggest feast ever recorded in the history of the Millennials. I was going about my everyday routine of early morning prayers in my… Continue reading Pepper steaks of a Wild Zebra for Lunch
While millions of people are living and breathing everyday under the grant of sexual liberation, others are dying horses in the oppressive trap of stereotypes every single minute.
Color the world Orange! This year's 16 Days much-needed theme.
5. PEARLIE KAY holds close to her heart traditional Marxist views. The economy is the superstructure! But does the new President-elect think as much for every proletariat? 4. PEARLIE KAY happens to be a Herero-Kalanga Princess who abandoned the Throne ready for her at 23 for a four-year degree in Criminology and a career thereafter. 3.PEARLIE… Continue reading 5 Reasons why Pearlie Kay is furious over Trump’s win & why I hate to do this article
Joining the world of academia has hurled many complications into my simple life. As an aspiring future Criminologist and other stuff God has for me in the pipeline, I am often confronted with the disturbances of ‘professional’ life. Over-thinking is the norm; time wasted while looking into nothingness and thinking about what this life is… Continue reading Ele é a razão porque eu sou.