Cancer Sucks… And Then You Live

People get caught up in a world created within the limits of their own minds where they tell their children they’ll read to them, play with them and talk to them… later. They’re too busy for social invites because work can’t wait and life is moving fast and they can’t slow down long enough to […]

The Legendary Tales of Notch Johnston

The new group of medical students stared at the ugliest human they had ever seen. It looked to be at least a thousand years old and then some. Only two of the students even guessed what it really was. And they were human! They all stood looking through old style bulletproof one-way glass at the […]

Lessons from Three Kids

Today, much like any other Friday; signaling the end of a stressful week while welcoming the two day break. Unlike last week’s, today is with a twist. As I enjoyed my after work hours with some colleagues at the shop, an interesting sight sealed my month and opened my brain. What could it be?! A […]

The Mandela We Should All Become

Most African leaders possess a common frailty, “greed”, which has become so abysmal and unequivocally detrimental to the Pan-African concept. They have failed to understand that true leadership means selfless service, rather, their interest lies more in satisfying their unquenchable greed. “A me first” approach has become the norm in African leaders. They gladly run […]