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Same sport, different game

Two teams opposing sides playing the same sport, same rules but not the same game. It’s a beautiful game football, a simple game with speed strength power and agility utilising Newtons laws. 204 more words

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Unwritten Rules

There comes a certain time in everyone’s existence when they come to the cold, hard realization that they are now expected to have their life together. 577 more words

A Day In The (Average) Life

Your Nigeria Is Not My Nigeria.

Stereotyping when done in words and not in deed, doesn’t bug me; bear with me, I have my reasons. One of which is: I believe stereotyping raises a lot of very important questions and if we still have questions, then we do not have the answer yet. 1,417 more words

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Surprised by Disability

This essay appeared in the Winter 2013 issue of Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, a journal published by Johns Hopkins University. The issue’s theme was “living with the label ‘disability.'” As the issue is no longer in print, I am sharing the essay here. 2,148 more words

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Living The Skin I'm In

People will judge you based on speculation but God loves you with the evidence. – Kimberly Jones Pothier

When I watch the news, read my news feed, read the comments on social media fear crosses my heart with icy feet.

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Bi-cultural Families: Creating your own standard of beauty. Daughter Edition

My daughters will be in a unique position in this world. One shared by many other daughters from bi-cultural families. My daughter will need to create their own standard of beauty and believe in it with all their mite. 467 more words

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Strong Female Characters: Coraline

For those of you that don’t know, Coraline is the main character of Neil Gaiman’s 2002 novel, Coraline (the clue’s in the name). The plot revolves around a young girl who moves into a new house with her family only to discover that it’s also inhabited by a truly terrifying supernatural creature who looks just like Coraline’s mother, only with buttons sewn over her eyes. 2,335 more words

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