Raw: Unpublished Works
So I met some secondary school friends 9 years later and they were all very successful that i had to find out how they were able to achieve all they did in so little a time. I had a meeting with each of them and these are their responses...
Love in core describe how Love should be valued... Love is deep and profound. Love is not physical attraction: yes you could be physically attracted to someone, but love goes beyond that. Love is not money, fame or fortune, or sex: love goes beyond that...Grab your copy***
This story takes a courageous stab at a reality we all live in - Child beggars. It is a story about the apparent danger in seemingly innocuous child-beggars living off university undergraduates. Rose's encounter with an innocuous child beggar, during her university days, questions her ideology about child-beggars. She tries to delve into the mysteries surrounding the situation, unravelling the puzzle, which turns out far from her expectations.
When the question of where do we turn to for an authentic understanding of death arises, some would say religion or tradition, but nothing is more unfathomable than the concept of faith or the tired practices whose purpose do not fit the current world. There are no true answers to this question, but the ones provided in this book, Why Must Man Die? are from within us, an intuitive understanding of death that many have never thought about.
Who would we think is beautiful if society didn't tell us who is beautiful? This story revolves around two teenagers. How do you say someone is fat without actually saying the word? This and more is what Jules Eze hates hearing not just in school, also in her daily life. She collides with the most 'Rudest', 'Self centered', 'Miscreant' classmate of hers 'Lanre Adeoti', the head boy of Starlight high school. The only boy who makes others laugh. He has won so many hearts over but what was the problem with this 'fatty' girl?' But should people be judged based on their appearance? In a world like this one can never understand it.
This is a short story about new-year days in a spinster life and when she became married. It's interesting and ends asking a question "what's the importance of new year celebration?"