LUPITA COULD FEATURE IN AMERICANAH MOVIE

  Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o has optioned the film rights to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel Americanah.   Earlier this year, Adichie hinted about something big she was working on with Nyong’o but didn’t divulge any of the details. In an interview with Arise TV, Adichie said Nyong’o read the novel, loved it and that she would be making an announcement […]

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ESSENTIAL OILS FROM THE BIBLE

In the first chapter of Genesis it is written that God placed mankind in the Garden of Eden. God knew from the very beginning that this perfect environment would be the key source for mankind’s healing and health. Daily applications of essential oils in Biblical times were extensive, indeed. Thirty-six of the 39 books of the Old Testament and 10 […]

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HAVING A RUTH AS A WIFE

The women in the bible are all amazing characters; they are people like us who also had trials, victories and lessons for generations after them. They are teachers who when we closely examine their lives, can teach us a thing or two about the way we can live in our society today. The character of Ruth in the bible reveals […]

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REAL FRIENDS GIVE ADVICE…

A friend doesn’t see a friend heading down the wrong way and lets him/her down that way except the friend is heading that way or cares less of their friends. No two people can walk together except they agree (Amos 3:3).   We all have friends who we disagree with at one point or the other, sometimes it could be […]

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The Best Advice for New Grads From People Who Will Never (Again) Be Invited to Speak at Your Graduation

Originally posted on TIME:
Graduation season is upon us and, with it, platitude-filled speeches. Sometimes students get upset about the speakers; Rutgers students are currently protesting the school’s selection of Condoleezza Rice. But more often, no one is aware of the speakers’ demons until long after the graduation is over. These graduation speakers—and others—would have fared a lot better had…

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