A man once had a tall beautiful tree which was the talk of the town. Virtually everyone was full of envy for this man because of his beautiful tree. He took really good care of this tree because it was…
There would be mountains that I would have to climb And there would be battles that I would have to fight But victory or defeat is up to me decide But how can I expect to win if I never…
Have you ever wished you were younger, wished you could go back in time to a particular period in your life, or have you ever pondered on how fast time flies?
Just in case you have not, I have. Recently I thought of how old I was and I was a little confused, trying to calculate how old I was. I wanted to be at a particular age so bad that I felt that had to be my age.
So it’s Friday, the end of another busy week and the beginning of another weekend majority of us always look forward to. Well, it will be cool to end this week by sharing some of our memories; our earliest memories in particular, some of the things you remember doing as a kid and experiences you will never forget.
Nurse: Push! Push!! Push!!!
Woman: I’m trying, it’s too painful…
Nurse: You can do it, just push a little more
Woman: I don’t think I can do it, I can’t bear the pain much longer
Nurse: You are almost there, just one last push…
She screams… A baby cries…
Nurse: Yes!!! You did it, you just gave birth to a bouncing baby boy.
I am sure you know what follows. #winks
Hey guys!!! This is a boy-girl thing, a guy-lady thing, a man-woman thing, either way, I am sure you are excited. Feel free to express your views. The “boy-girl” thingy
Ever thought of what Tomorrow means?
Ever spent the entire night brooding over mistakes, regrets and failures of Today?
Drawing conclusions on Tomorrow based on Today?
Hello, and welcome back to dealtar.com. I’m sorry for this late post. We started a very exciting series two weeks back, uncovering the stories and life lessons from people we refer to as survivors – people who came, saw and conquered despite the odds against them. Today, we will continue in this series by taking on a set of extraordinary people – “people who hoped against hope”. They are athletes who went on to be world champions despite conclusions that had been made concerning them. You will be intrigued.
Contemporary English defines Survivors as people that survive in spite of adversity. However, I believe this definition does not fully describe and appreciate these great men and women.
Survivors are conquerors, victors, overcomers, heroes, champions, everything that depicts winning despite the odds will do more justice in describing this group of people.
I want to share a true life story with you which happened some time last year. I’m sure you must have heard of the popular story of a man called Elijah who felt threatened by Jezebel and had to run for his dear life. His excuse to God was that he was all that was left of God’s prophets. I can imagine the shock in his face when God replied him; “there are 7,000 prophets who have not bowed to Baal”. This is probably one of the most challenging stories recorded in the Bible. It makes one realize that no man irrespective of his or her importance cannot be replaced. I have heard someone refer to this as having a ” better neighbor”. No man can claim to be the only one capable of doing something regardless of how big or small such a task is. This story actually happened to me.