Since GOD can’t be everywhere……

Consider well the relationship you sustain with your parents. There is a natural relationship between you and them, in as much as they are the instruments of your very existenceā€” a circumstance which of itself seems to invest them, with an almost absolute AUTHORITY OVER YOU! The commonness, the universality of the tie, takes off the mind from contemplating its closeness, its tenderness, its sanctity. You are literally parts of your parents, and cannot dwell for a moment upon your origin, without being struck, one would think, with the amazing and solemn weight of obligation that rests upon you towards a father and a mother.

“My son, obey your father’s commands, and don’t neglect your mother’s teaching. Keep their words always in your heart. Tie them around your neck. Wherever you walk, their counsel can lead you. When you sleep, they will protect you. When you wake up in the morning, they will advise you.” Proverbs 6:20-22

YOU CAN NEVER BE ABOVE THEM at any damn point of your entire life my friend! (MARK THIS WELL)
You shall always stay indebted to them,not they!!!!!!
You have no right to question or demand clarifications from them on any situation because folk, you have not been given this right from the Almighty!

The mother has kept you in her womb and nourished you,not you’ve done that!
The father has ruined his body working all day and night,under the scorching sun,just to keep you in good health; it wasn’t you who did that!
So who are they to give you clarifications?
Who are you to take them and their love for granted?

Weigh well the significance of the word PARENT; think how much is employed in it towards its appropriate object, how many offices it contains in itselfā€”guardian, ruler, teacher, guide, benefactor, providerā€”WHAT THEN MUST BE THE OBLIGATIONS OF A CHILD?

“The father of a righteous man has great joy; he who has a wise son delights in him. May your father and mother be glad; may she who gave you birth rejoice!” Proverbs 23:24-25



The Mantis!(few facts across the globe)šŸ“

1. They have great vision
Given the look of those peepers, is it any surprise that they have stereo vision? They can see in 3-D and their eyes each have a fovea ā€“ a concentrated area that allows them to focus and track with acuity. Aside from those two large compound eyes, they also have three spare simple eyes located in between.

2. They are agile like cats
To the surprise of scientists filming them, mantises have been found to jump with extreme precision, contorting their body midair to land on a precarious and specific target.

3.They are masters of disguise
Praying mantises are supremely gifted when it comes to camouflage. They come in the form of leaves and sticks and branches, like many insects, but also take it a bit further. Some mantises molt at the end of a dry season to become black, conveniently aligning themselves with the brush fires that leave a blackened landscape.

4. They disrupt the food chain & go zombie

Well, in their taste in body parts, that is; when they capture birds, they go straight for the brains.

6.They engage in risky sex
Black widows shouldn’t get all fun, praying mantises dabble in the femme fatale arts as well. Mama mantises lay an especially large bunch of eggs, which means they need a lot of food. Which means, unfortunately for their partners, they may literally bite off their head and devour them. And they may even do this during the course of their three-hour mating session. A little bit of coital cannibalism may also add to the success of the copulation.


Tapering Minaret!āœˆ

The Qutub Minar, also spelled as Qutab Minar, or Qutb Minar, is a minaret that forms a part of the Qutab complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mehrauli area of Delhi, India.Qutub Minar is a 73-metre tall tapering tower of five storeys, with a 14.3 metres base diameter, reducing to 2.7 metres at the peak. It contains a spiral staircase of 379 steps.

The Minar is surrounded by several historically significant monuments of the Qutab complex, including Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, which was built at the same time as the Minar. With the incorporation of “looped bells and garlands and lotus borders into the carvings,
the tower has 5 superposed, tapering storeys.

The lowest three comprise fluted cylindrical shafts or columns of pale red sandstone, separated by flanges and by storeyed balconies, carried on Muqarnascorbels. The fourth column is of marble, and is relatively plain. The fifth is of marble and sandstone.


To meet!šŸ‘«šŸ‘ŖšŸ‘«

Mela is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘gathering’ or ‘to meet’ or a fair. It is used in the Indian subcontinent for all sizes of gatherings and can be religious, commercial, cultural or sport-related. In rural traditions melas or village fairs were (and in some cases still are) of great importance. This led to their export around the world by south Asian diaspora communities wishing to bring something of that tradition to their new countries.

In recent times “Mela” also popularly refers to shows and exhibitions. It can be theme-based, promoting a particular culture, art or skill. Generally in “melas” people can find eateries, entertainment activities, shops and games.

(Images are of a fair from Kanpur,Uttar Pradesh,India)


..more than just calories!šŸ“šŸ”

Stop for a moment and think about how food affects your mood. If youā€™re like many people, you feel fuzzyheaded and sleepy after lunch. Thatā€™s because your blood-sugar levels, which rise after you eat, suppress orexin, a brain chemical responsible for feeling alert. On the other hand, when youā€™re really hungry and your blood sugar is low, more-primitive regions of the brain start taking charge, and youā€™re more likely to become impatient, irritable and angry.

When it comes to the food-mood connection, blood-sugar fluctuations are only the beginning. The quality and quantity of the nutrients available in our food also go a long way toward determining our emotional resiliency and stability.

Yes, your eating habits play a big role in determining your disease risks. But did you know that they also have a huge effect on your state of mind?


Better than a lion!šŸ’Ŗ

The Yoruba people called the hippopotamus erinmi which means “elephant of the water”. Zulu warriors preferred to be as brave as a hippopotamus, since even lions were not considered to match its courage. They would chant their chief: “Een-gonyama Gonyama! Invooboo! Yah-bo! Yah-bo! Invooboo!” which translates as “He is a lion. Yes, he is better than a lion ā€“ he is a hippopotamus.”


..& came that white sheet!šŸ“

Neither the tubelight,nor the fan,nothing was switched on,
she wishes to be with none but herself, in that dark room;
Trying to communicate with that inner soul,
who seems nervous,hands shriveling,
turned thunder cold..
Few hours more & something she’s longing for,
which she’s labored for,
shall be announced in the forefront;
After months of waiting,
answers surely will be unleashed..
Million thoughts bouncing around,
all the how’s,why’s, do’s and don’t s;
With a clenched fist,
all sweaty,
she heard footsteps approaching the door;
Her innocent four-chambered box, thumping faster than the normal,
the sound got crystal clear,
and clearer,
and clearer..
In no time,the door opened with a fling,
“Results are out Beta!”
Tapping her back hard,
Maa&Paa approved of their confidence & sense of pride..
With a not so noticeable smile,
came that white sheet from them,
In bold
it read: