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Chisimchere

  • Occasions

    REMIND ME TO KEEP DARING

    Two days ago in church, people were coming forth during thanksgiving to share a testimony or say something they were thanking God for as the New Year kicks off. I held…

  • Dream come true
    Occasions

    IT CAME TRUE

      Getting a Master’s degree is not news. Graduating with a distinction is not news, either. However, the story around everyone’s achievement is peculiar. This journey was undertaken at a critical…

  • Lifestyle

    AN APPRENTICESHIP THAT REVIVED MY LIFE

    Ambitious people like me easily fall into the trap of being ruled solely by things we consider accomplishments. Our happiness gradually becomes determined by how often or quickly we tick off…

  • Uncategorized

    WE’RE AN UNENDING METAMORPHOSIS

    Just before one of my exams two months ago (meanwhile, time does fly!), I busied myself with explaining Erikson’s theory of personality development and its implication for the media to some…

  • Lifestyle

    LESSONS FROM MOVING

    Two days ago, I moved from the hostel—a place I had called home for roughly forty-four weeks. The thought of packing up and setting out for another phase of my life…

  • Stories

    RESIGNATION

    I do not think of you Because I fear I might love you more. I do not tell you how I feel Because I hate to be vulnerable. I do not…

  • Lifestyle

    WAKE UP TO YOUR MORNING

    Last month, my article was featured on Business Day Sunday. I had done a news feature on Mentally Aware Initiative’s session at the 2018 Social Media Lagos event, and my lecturer…

  • Lifestyle

    PERSONAL PRESCRIPTIONS

    It was a Monday afternoon. We were to have our public speaking assessment as a requirement for one of our courses. The lecturer had let us choose the topics we wished…

  • Stories

    YELLOW, THE COLOUR OF RESILIENCE

    The bus jerked to a halt. I was taken unawares and nearly hit my head on the dashboard. The driver stretched out his right hand to hold me back and rested…

  • Lifestyle

    EXHALE

    When I was in secondary school, I felt that life in the university would be great. I thought of having my own adventures as I waltz through lectures and all the fascinating…