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Effective Ghost town in Kumba, South West Region; No School is functional

Ghost town in Kumba last week

Despite stringent measures imposed by the government on Anglophones in their two aboriginal regions in order to strangle them to give up the resistance, there has been no abating in the strike action, ghost town operations and schools are still closed. 177 more words


The pharisees and the sadducees.

The pharisees and the sadducees were jewish religtious parties that existed during the time of Jesus. They were strict in obeying the law of Moses and other regulations which had been handed to them through the centuries. 401 more words


Are you aware of the opportunities around you?

I was watching one of the television stations in Cameroon recently and there is somebody who gave a wise saying. He said the world is divided into three types of people: those who see, those who see when they are shown and those who never see. 321 more words


What does your dressing say about you?

The recent outcry of the government of Cameroon about the indecent ways young men and women dress has brought up ethical issues about this topic. Not less than three ministers came out to publicly denounce this habit now prevalent among our young men and women. 230 more words



Angels are heavenly beings that are messengers of God. They are often depicted in scripture as dressed in white with wings.

There are differeny types of angels. 320 more words


Farmer walking through fields in Kumta

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Gordon C. Stewart reblogged this on Views from the Edge and commented:

Scroll down for Joshi Daniel's photograph that inspired this reflection. Tourists and residents see things differently. Actually, it's more than that. They see different things, like the farmer walking through the field in Kumta, and this tourist website that introduces would-be visitors to Kumta. Today we're tourists in Beynac-et-Cazenac, one of the loveliest places we've ever experienced. Well, i,e. experienced as tourists. But even a tourist (we've rented a house      for the week (pictures to follow) recognizes the slower pace of this medieval town on the banks of the Dordogne River. The Experiment in International Living (EIL) offered a deeper way of seeing the world forty years ago. That summer I lived with a host family in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Immersed in the daily life of my Slovakian family and students at the university, I was not a tourist. I cared nothing about the sites a tourist might visit. I walked everywhere, paying attention to where I was, looking more deeply, more thoughtfully - being more present, one might say - less disembodied, less virtual, less distracted, not as entertained, but so much happier in my body. Like the Experiment in International Living, Kosuke Koyama encouraged me to slow down, to walk instead of run by, drive past, or fly over - to see the dailyness and the natural field of the man Joshi's photograph. God, said Kosuke, is a three-mile-an-hour God who meets us at the pace of human being walking. Momentarily, we'll walk very slowly down the steep hill into the village on Sunday morning in this beautiful place. If we go to fast, we'll fall on our faces.

  • Gordon C. Stewart, Beynac-et-Cazenac, June 12, 2016.

Top 5 Rides at Busch Gardens Tampa FL

This is my top 5 rides at Busch Gardens in Tampa Florida. With ride on footage – a little shaky! But Busch Gardens beats Six Flags by a long shot because they allow secure GoPro filming. 27 more words