Hold Fast to Hope
Life's journey is marked by peaks and valleys, and there will be times when the weight of challenges threatens to dim your spirit. In those moments, remember that hope is a beacon that can guide you through even the darkest of nights. Here are some words of advice to help you hold onto hope: 1. Embrace the Present: While it's important to set goals and dream of the future, remember to find joy in the present. Cherish the small moments of happiness, and let them remind you that even amidst diffic
Badagry (Slavery documentary)
Badagry is a small town located between Lagos and the Seme border and is now renowned for its slave trade museum. Many Nigerian schools bring their students to the Badagry museum mainly to learn about the slave trade era. The museum features relics like slave chains and other items used for exchange between the colonists and African leaders. We learnt about the slave trade history which took place in Badagry around 19th century. In badagry, it is amazing to see comprehensive collection of slave trade history and relics. One will marvelled at the untamed energy of the slaves and some of them were able to survive all they went through. There are jaw-dropping images that describe what really happened during the slave trade era in the museum.
"Every tear drops like a pearl when we weep, but when we break apart, no pearl can be glued back together. Instead, we must find a new pearl. When the necklace of hope falls down, we must find a stronger thread to keep it intact. Hope is the only glue that can mend a broken heart, but when it vanishes, we must find a new source of hope."
We need you to rise up, You need us to pull your world together. Striving to pull through each day, you lend a hand when hopes fade away. Homeless and hopeless we roam the streets, shelter and hope you restored to us. Weary and bruised we seat on the by pass, expecting a miracle to save the day. Living with faint hopes for survival, you go out of your cozy to give us hope. Giving, but painfully you give, lifting the burdens off of our backs. Made a necessary part of your lives, sowing a seed of
THE LIFELESS HOPE
Standing in the midnight,polishing my thought how it should be made well. Letting go my flaws,my blemish seems like a dark wine why must our parents think all we need it's education to be alright. While some graduates are like a lost souls in a desert cos they can't make the ends meet. Govt fooling us and we all rented our necks in d classroom like a withered plants why our parents minds hold it's on a wrong place while d right place could have seemed nice. We should have been taught on how we