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Glory be to God, you can download and read through this link…


Nothing is Expensive to Earn

Nothing is expensive to earn. Everything is a mind-set. What seems expensive could just base on a price tag. The current pocket, budget determination, time management and interest denotes the yield interest on our passion.

2018-05-23 08.08.42The elbow grease determines the passion for the desire which often implies strong intention for what we yawn for .

Desire it. Work it. Achieve it.

Nothing is Expensive to Earn!

Everything is Mind-set

-Feyisola O.

Death; ain’t the end!

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Death; ain’t the end

A permanent cessation of all vital function


All on the turntable

“The quicker on here, the faster to go”

Nothing to fear

For eternity is the home.

Life so full of uncertainties

Death is inevitable

An image in the memory of the living

Greatest of all human blessings

Enjoy the moment;

Work hard, play hard ‘cos it never last.

Tech; claim to extend nature

When it cannot scheme the essence

Let death teach you how to live – David Gibson

One life; one purpose

For only live once

But once is enough

Don’t waste death – Philip Holmes

‘cos all are on the roll call

Thou on different tempo.

Death; shall we weep or rejoice? – John piper

Grant us your benevolence our creator

For drawing a curtain has its two Sides; the dark and the light

In Your clemency

Appoint us Your badge side.

For every Beginning has an End

For every End has a Beginning…

Death; ain’t the end! 

– Feyisola O.

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How to select the Watermelon of your choice.

Sometimes we think that unless you’re an experienced farmer, buying a juicy, tasty, fully ripe, and sweet watermelon is hit or miss. However, it doesn’t have to be if you look for a few things when you’re picking out your melon. In fact, you can tell whether a watermelon is ripe without actually cutting it. Today, we would like to share an illustration of some tips from experienced farmers that will help you to choose the finest watermelon ever.
Find below some of the tips:

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1. Pay attention to the size:
It is better to choose neither the largest nor the smallest watermelon. Select an average-sized fruit. And note, please: large or small, the watermelon should feel heavy for its size.

31823569_976125419231724_6723966658475458560_n2. Look for the field spot:
The yellow spot, known as the field spot, is the place where the watermelon rested on the ground. Ripe watermelons always have creamy yellow or even orange-yellow spots, not white.


3. Look for “webbing”:
These weblike brown spots on the watermelon mean that bees touched the pollinating parts of the flower many times. The more pollination, the sweeter the fruit is.


Inspect the tail: A dried tail indicates that the watermelon is ripe. However, if the tail is green, it probably means that the watermelon was picked too soon and will not be ripe.
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