Read on for insights from a good friend of mine, Tunji…
I can remember the numerous times when I left a church program feeling like I’d been reading the wrong bible (I highly doubt I’m alone here).
“Hmm, the Holy Spirit must be doing ojoro,” I would safely conclude. I could not understand why I wasn’t discovering revelations so deep on my own.
Then one day, while I was reading a Christian book, it struck me. I realized I had been depending on daily devotionals for far too long. It dawned on me that I was badly malnourished, and so, I set out to correct this problem.
Imagine entering a restaurant feeling very hungry, and leaving after taking Continue reading
Ifeoma “Ify” Halim.
#1: I’m a writer.
Fun fact: it’s taken me about two years to be able say to this with a straight face. And I get one of two reactions –
#2: I like to inspire or challenge people with my writing.
Hopefully, you’ll see this soon enough. Changing mindsets is the name of the game.
#3: I’m Nigerian
.. Not Igbo (that’s me trying to be philosophical by the way).
#4: I tend to see things differently
… of which I’m gradually learning to appreciate.
#5: I want to make the world a better place
… Because I’ll rather give solutions than be part of the problem).
#6: Apparently, I’m an idealist
.. The kind that views things as they might or should be rather than as they are.
#7: My so-called idealism may have something to do with my walk with God
.. who I’m falling madly in love with more and more each day.
#8: My idealist self plans to share a lot of her thoughts and work here
… And hopes you’ll visit once in a while to see what she’s up to *big grin*
That’s it really….
Enough about me, what’s your name? (: