Juvenal was a celebrated Roman poet in the 1st-2nd centuries AD. His poetry collection “Satires” exerted considerable influence and many phrases from his works are
Wisdom, intelligence, and brilliance are regarded as synonyms. However, in the Scripture the word wisdom dominates. There appears to be a subtle difference between brilliance
Way back in the 1970s my relation, Dr. Udosen Antia (God rest his soul) told me that whenever a patient tells him “Doctor, I have
I discussed with Bishop O. O. Mensah of the African Church, Uyo Diocese this morning. He had read one of my posts including the one
Ladies and gentlemen, on 9th May I circulated a Facebook post on my application of the concept of the greatest good for the greatest number.
May 29, 2020 will not be celebrated as Democracy Day this year. But some of us who were exceedingly fortunate to have worked with Chief
While still in the Coronavirus holiday mood, let us expand further our intellectual coasts. The desirability or otherwise of the partition of or scramble for
Was the social media frenzy a flash in the pan? Going by observed use just two days after the nationwide lockdown, the answer is a
Slippery slope in ordinary usage means that one negative event which is minor could trigger other events that lead to a major or consequential event.
This is my 8th Sunday at home in over six decades, four of these due to COVID-19. A post just came in celebrating the success