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Having a healthy life is one thing, living it is another. Knowing and incorporating these nuggets into our daily lives usher us into an unprecedented era of blissful living. Love, courage and gratitude will keep you healthy.
Negotiation is a part of our daily lives as we interact with people around us. Essential in reaching agreements through discussions and compromise, negotiation skills will help you to effectively achieve your objectives, get along better with people and ultimately be more productive and successful at your job.
Muritala Sule, author of the novels, Shadows of Hunger (Longman, 1987), The Other Children (SSI, 2000) and the play, Weetie (Kraftgriots, 2000) - sprung up on public television and received instant popular recognition in 1994 with the magazine, Lagbo Video. He has practised as a journalist (NewAge, Media Review) and once had a stint as Creative Director in an advertising agency. He has also directed movies, television dramas and video documentaries. Godwin Igharo had a picturesque life in which he rose from living on the streets through playing in the Afrobeat band of Orlando Julius and teaching in secondary schools to become the toast of the national p ublic information establishment, Federal Ministry of Information, until his death in August 2017. The story of both men’s lives is woven like a wicker basket. The pages of this book mill with people of such disparate characters as Sunny Ade, Kalu Okpi, Fatai Amao, Mahmood Ali-Balogun, Taoridi Adedigba, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, Baba Sala, Osayomore Joseph, Raymond Dokpesi, Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, Lookmon Oshun, Orlando Julius, Bode Alalade, Ralph Nwadike, and Tunji Bamishigbin, among others, as well as some from the very bottom of the cesspit, such as Isiaka Busari, aka Mighty Joe who was publicly executed in Lagos in 1973 for armed robbery. Such is the scope of the interactions of the key figures upon whom the story centres – Muritala Sule and Godwin Igharo.
When it comes to the experiences of life, we all experience more than we can understand or explain. No matter how smart we are, our understanding never seems to match our experiences. During such trying moments, we all need words of encouragement to soothe our pains and spark up hope in us that all will be well.
Waiting with joy for marriage is a topic every Christian single lady should explore. It is a story that began with Martha's troubled heart when she accused Jesus of not caring about her. And ended at the graveside on her trembled knees for her Lord, when she discovered Jesus always know what He is doing. In between this story, you will find yourself, the process, the pressure, the impatience, your purpose, you will learn to keep your eyes where they should be - on Jesus. Your faith in God will be revved up, you will learn to love Jesus more than anything and you will enter Joy. Finally, you will understand why He commands you to rejoice.