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SUPERNATURAL CHILDBIRTH: Review by Kayode Gideon Balogun

The Author Jackie Mize was told by doctors that she cannot have children but her fiancé; Terry Mize replied her, “Oh I see. Well, God said you can have babies.” They got married in 1969 and have two boys and two girls. The Book Supernatural Childbirth is a parenting/charismatic 127-page book first published in 1993.…… Continue reading SUPERNATURAL CHILDBIRTH: Review by Kayode Gideon Balogun

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Article · book review

BOOK REVIEW: THE RULES OF PARENTING by Richard Templar

BOOK REVIEW: THE RULES OF PARENTING by Richard Templar The 239-page book has ten sections with ten rules each. These sections are: Rules of staying sane Attitude rules Everyday rules Discipline rules Personality rules Sibling rules School rules Teenage rules Crisis rules Growing up rules Templar opined that the Rules of staying sane are most…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE RULES OF PARENTING by Richard Templar

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beauty · fashion · lifestyle · photography · portrait

MAKE YOUR CHOICES

“Because you are women, people will force their thinking on you, their boundaries on you. They will tell you how to dress, how to behave, who you can meet and where you can go. Don’t live in the shadows of people’s judgement. Make your own choices in the light of your own wisdom.” –Amitabh Bachchan…… Continue reading MAKE YOUR CHOICES

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documentary · photography

OUR LANDSCAPES

“Our landscapes connect us to our history; they are the source of our character as a people, as well as our health, our safety, and our prosperity. Natural resources enrich us economically, yes. But they also enrich us aesthetically and recreationally and culturally and spiritually.” Robert Kennedy, Jr. . #landscape #landscapephotography #olumorock #bluesky #rock #cityview…… Continue reading OUR LANDSCAPES

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documentary · personality · photography · relationship

SAND IN THE HAND

“Relationships-of all kinds-are like sand held in your hand. Held loosely, with an open hand, the sand remains where it is. The minute you close your hand and squeeze tightly to hold on, the sand trickles through your fingers. You may hold onto some of it, but most will be spilled. A relationship is like…… Continue reading SAND IN THE HAND

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