It takes two to make babies it also requires two to mold. (credit: pinterest)
There can’t be mothers without fathers and vice-versa for it’s a life of sperm and egg.
Now even if a woman visits a medical facility to source semen a man supplied the ‘milk’ in the sperm bank and a woman must take the milk before she could make her own milk to feed her baby. White in; white out!
When women conceive and gain weight daily sometimes someone has to lose weight – men. Continue reading Fatherhood-Motherhood Partnership.
Using animals on the farm is using God’s direct products as source of energy.
Overtime man ‘decided’ to explore the resources God had wired in his brains to make farm work easier, faster … and so he evolved but it was one step at a time and machinery undoubtedly meets the energy needs of farms and plantations.
Fish commute in waters – boats and ship do Continue reading God as Source of Inspiration.
She has to stir her meats to expose them uniformly to heat and all the reagents in the pot. (credit: dreamstime.com)
Virtually all mouths delight in romancing cooked meals, meat though some people may eat raw fish and meat but such ideally won’t reject cooked meat but many more eat exclusively cooked meat. ‘Awkward moment’ describes the experience of Prof. Pat Utomi when he tasted raw meat.
More pics and info ahead Continue reading Lessons from the Kitchen of Life.
Retired neurosurgeon Prof. Ben Carson with his medical team. (credit: Keith Weller/via Johns Hopkins Medicine)
The 5 major senses:
Sense of sight: the eyes collect signals from external stimuli and channel to the brain ….
Sense of hearing: the ears acts as collection centre for picking and relaying sound energy.
Sense of touch: the skin serves as antenna for picking touch signals Continue reading ‘The Science Coming from Africa’.
It’s bye-bye to Ramadan and sure many Islamic faithfuls are already missing the Holy month but not to worry another is coming.
We bring to you finally the opinions of our respondents (Islamic faithfuls) on what they cherish and what challenges them during the Holy month of Ramadan.
Pics and info ahead
Continue reading Talking About Ramadan (Final Interviews).
Opinions of Islamic faithfuls on what they cherish and what challenges them during Ramadan.
“The Holy month of Ramadan is associated with cleansing, holiness, purity, forgiveness of sins. And habits like drinking, womanizing, use of foul languages are all forbidden in Islam but many who practice these desist from them during the Holy Month.” Continue reading Talking About Ramadan (Interviews III).
Let’s hear more of the opinions of Islamic faithfuls on what they find interesting and distressing about the Holy Month of Ramadan:
“You’re closer to God during the Holy month, and you enjoy peace of mind, God’s favour, answered prayers the challenging thing however is just the hunger associated with the fast .” – Goni Muawiya
More pic and info ahead Continue reading Talking About Ramadan (Interviews II).
Muslimahs follow the dictates of Islam in their fashion choices.
Many phenomena in life have two opposing sides – heaven and hell; life and death, poverty and wealth; love and hate, health and ill-health and so on and Ramadan though a Holy Month is no exception.
We sampled the opinions of some Islamic faithfuls on what they find interesting and distressing about Ramadan so let’s hear them.
Pics and info ahead Continue reading Talking About Ramadan (Interviews).
Cherish your gifts, they are your customized blessings.
On the football pitch a team could play brilliantly well attacking 95% of the time, and their opponents are forced to defend deep but in the course of the game they could have a singular opportunity and go on to net and finally win the game.
The players, manager and fans of the team that won might feel they don’t deserve the victory, but they do because they succeeded in stopping their offensive opponents from scoring and at the same time they were strategic, brilliant and intelligent at other end. And so they converted the only opportunity they had. Continue reading Love and Life as Jungle.
Twin sisters ‘Ayomikun and Ayokunmi’ will experience ayo (bliss) at different depths even with same good news.
Same-gender twins let’s call them Ayomikun and Ayokunmi are two different people and though they look alike in many respects nature will not look at them same way from all aspects.
Though they smile similarly, predictably they won’t smile at the same time at all times. Continue reading Similar Faces but Dissimilar Fate.