She was trying not to blink because tears would run down her cheeks. But importantly, looking at the happy men and women beating their palms for her, she finally believed in miracles.
Some passerby’s looked on and others beat the young man too, calling him thief, “apologize to her” Kwaku ordered again but the young man wouldn’t speak, looking distraught and dirty, his head bent to avoid more slaps from finding his face.
As always, there was a lot to do, she thought when she pulled a paper out of her upper drawer, and again her eyes found the colourful flyer. It was on her desk when she came into the office that morning. She took one look at it and immediately put it away. She didn’t need to see it a second time.
Christmas is here again and Linda is only looking forward to spending the holidays with her mother. Mike, her work colleague is hoping she would finally agree to a dinner date. Linda knows Mike carries a soft spot for her, but she has convinced herself he's not all that he appears to be; kind and…
In this episode of reflecting on things, I take some time to think about the concept of self-love. What is it, and what it isn't. Am I loving myself? Are you loving yourself and making the best choices for your life. I drop some pointers to help us know for sure whether we're putting ourselves…
Loretta Ashie reflects on friendship and shares how her friendship with Nii Quaye has impacted and transformed her over the years. Now she says she knows better. Enjoy ☺️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message
Faith Isn't looking for love when the man who is supposed to be her husband comes into her life. Now she's faced with the choice of going with her plans or leaning into destiny..., when destiny is not like she envisioned. ENJOY ☺️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message