Tag: Consciousness

For me, it's a stodgy Christmas

For me, it’s a stodgy Christmas

It’s on the 25th of December, the 359th day of the year. And the war between Mary and Merry is on its climax, I usually don’t take sides in the war but on this particular one, am compelled to. I’m one of those liberal conservative people, if there are any ...

The confession of a sales agent

The confession of a sales agent

“Cling! Cling!” I heard my phone ring over the bedroom, “These people who call you when you are having a meal, somewhat have the minds of cockroaches”. I called it a missed call, they literally say a missed call is not a rejected call, neither is it an ignored one. ...

My last confession

My last confession

It’s around 10pm and am walking home, alone, taking the only route that leads to my parents’ domicile. This one, a rather spooky shrubby scrub, with unimaginable tales, am scared. The day was so hectic and sinful, my heart can’t let go. My mind is preoccupied with thoughts and regrets, ...

The ridiculousness of graduation

The ridiculousness of graduation

When someone talks about graduation the first thing that comes to mind is visions of pomp and circumstance, trying to picture some literati savants cladding in regalias ready to employ their hard gained knowledge in changing the world. Am also in that group of people. Well, guys, I graduated last ...

'They-We' have lost it

‘They-We’ have lost it

They sit glued to their computers, or laptops as you may prefer, pondering about historical facts. Projecting a combination of words and figures, terming them as forecasts, and they (we) are there too as passengers in a vehicle they call a meeting. Eyes rolling, going dry, mouths open, they yawn, ...

That mendacious wont

That mendacious wont

Compulsive deceitful habits destroy families and friendships. Even supposing compulsive or pathological liars tell lies perpetually, it’s striking to notice that compulsive lying isn’t austerely a diagnosed condition. Paul Ekman, in his book “Why folks Lie” says that lying is sort of a drug to them. It provides them with adrenaline and makes them feel in control of the person they’re lying to.  Different theories ...

Is poverty a state of mental deniability?

Is poverty a state of mental deniability?

They say that poverty is propelled by a number of factors, for instance; unemployment, illiteracy (lack of proper education), deplorable state of health, among other ‘lula hus’. But realistically speaking there are other people out there who have made it, when even the chances were so minute. People who share ...

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