No, it's not okay! At work. On the street. At a bar. At home. No matter where it happens - sexual harassment is just not acceptable. No, she's not "asking for it". If she doesn't ask for it, you can never assume "she's asking for it". If she says "No", she doesn't mean "Yes". No… Continue reading Sexual Harassment
What is a book genre? What Genre does your book belong to? What book genres are your favorite? This is a three part series devoted to new writers and aspiring writers. While this is not an in-depth learning, I am hoping it will help new and aspiring writers to take those very important baby steps… Continue reading What’s A Book Genre? Part 1
So you got an invitation for the job interview. First of all, congratulations. I hope you find the following tips helpful in landing your dream job. First impressions on an interview are critical. Those "first impressions" happen in less than 30 seconds and it’s based entirely upon your attire. What you wear - your physical appearance… Continue reading Job Interview..|What To Wear
Still thinking about Christmas, although work starts tomorrow…
It’s Christmas and we celebrate the Saviour. Beyond that, we see how God made provision for His son so as to ease the pressure on His earthly parents.
He Sent The WiseMen.
Many times we think about the wisemen’s visit as symbolic. Yes. But it was also meant to provide for Jesus’s physical, financial and material needs at that period in time.
Jesus was Given A Trust Fund as a Child: He was given gifts Gold (perhaps gold coins), Frankincense and Myrrh, even as a Little Child
Matthew 2:11 (NLT): They entered the house and saw the child with his mother, Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasure chests and gave him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
Tradition shows that there were three wise men, but that is not true because the bible says “wise men”, this could be from two at the…
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Telephone and smartphone interviews are a lot more common these days than they used to be - mainly because many employers know that it is a quick and inexpensive way to effectively screen candidates and narrow down the number. Successful candidates are then invited for a second interview, in person; although on fewer occasions, successful… Continue reading Telephone Interviews: Few Helpful Tips
It is unfortunate that we happen to live in a religious community that preach forgiveness but when the opportunity presents itself to show it they just don’t do it!!! The Church wants us to believe that we can always come and find solace, unconditional love, acceptance, forgiveness and restoration but when the situation comes, people… Continue reading Is The Church Forgiving Enough?
Happy Father's day. Okay, the Father's day weekend has come and gone. It was an opportunity to celebrate the deserving Dads, and maybe appeal to (more like smirk) the consciences of those that have been absent where it mattered most. But, what about the Tough Women who have bravely shouldered the responsibilities of "Mum-and-Dad" all… Continue reading Mother, not Father!
Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. We cannot overemphasize the lifesaving role of blood donation. A single donation can potentially… Continue reading Give Blood. Give Now. Give Often
A big shout out to school management who take bullying very seriously. And for schools who do not have bullying policies, that is not good enough. For school who have a policy against bullying and not using it, do something about it. Listening to victims of school bullying is one heartbreaking experience. And to think… Continue reading One School Bullying is Too Much
My 80 years old elderly patient says she's "sick and tired of being a caregiver". Reason? Her client is "too old". This springly lady enjoys life as a caregiver, and loves her client who I later finds out is even older. But it's telling on her, and lately she's not coping, especially with the lifting… Continue reading The Elderly Caregiver
In the Spirit of Easter, my reflections today is on the Parable of the Prodigal Son. But I will only be lifting verses of the scriptures, thereby preserving the original message. This story was written only once, by one of the greatest historians of all times, a man simply known as Luke. The Prodigal Son… Continue reading Stories Jesus Told…
On this Mother's Day, I will be sharing a story that is so sacred to me: the story of Jesus and His Mum Mary. Especially at a point when He would no longer be around. Jesus had four brothers, but at his death, right there nailed to the cross, bleeding profusely, his life gradually seeping… Continue reading “Dear Woman, Here is Your Son!”
Remembering Lot’s Wife: Fact or Fiction? If you don't believe the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, or Lot's Wife turning into some Pillar of Salt, this is for you. As a little kid, I loved reading novels, including paranormal even before my 10th birthday. I enjoyed reading the Bible too. So, you can imagine the… Continue reading Remember Lot’s Wife: Fact or Fiction?
DO YOU FEEL UNLOVED? THE MOTIVATING STORY OF MICHAL What do you do when you find yourself a cheap pawn used and used by powerful men who normally should protect you? This is the story of MICHAL a pretty Princess, born into royalty, married into royalty, but between the powerful father and vengeful hubby, she… Continue reading DO YOU FEEL UNLOVED? THE STORY OF MICHAL
THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN 1 IDOLIZING THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN In a world where Male-Dominance and Feminism continue to wage an unending war against each other, a Picture Perfect Person has been created, and we call it The Virtuous Wife, or The Virtuous Woman. Now, "woman" and "wife" are two different words, but somehow, we have… Continue reading LET’S TALK ABOUT THE VIRTUOUS WOMAN
There are those days when life can be a little bit overcrowded with events and activities, with life-changing events, either for good or bad, and it's just difficult to believe everything happened within a 24-hour day. That was the story of Jesus so very many centuries ago, on a day we now recognize as Good… Continue reading Good Friday: What A Day!
Workplace Romance - Right, Wrong, or Impossible? Workplace romance is said to exist when two members of the same organization develop a relationship with mutual attraction. If you work full time, you spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week in the workplace , that's a big chunk of your time in one place. There is a good… Continue reading Workplace Romance – Right, Wrong, or Impossible?
Although the big holiday season has come and gone and a brand new year is here, there is a wealth of unique, bizarre, special and otherwise different holidays, 'days', weeks and months to celebrated during the month of January and throughout the year at that. While holidays typically honor special people, important historical events, momentous occasions… Continue reading January Holiday Calender 2015 – The Traditional Holidays, the Health Events and The Wacky Ones
The new year is here and work starts immediately. But while some people are so eager to be reunited with their colleagues after the long holiday, some others are so panicky because of the hostile work environment which perhaps nobody is taking seriously except the victim, namely them! Bullying isn’t just for the playground anymore.… Continue reading Dealing With Workplace Bullying and Harrassment
You have to be a little strange to want to do a doctorate! Why are you considering a PhD? Is starting a doctorate degree motivated by love for knowledge, dreams of joining the intellectual elite or financial gain? While embarking on a PhD could be the best decision you ever make, both in terms of your… Continue reading Why do a PhD? The Good Reasons and The Bad Ones