A few weeks ago, a couple of my friends and I were hanging out in front of the Water World entrance, when a group of elderly women began walking towards the doors. My friends and I happened to be in the way of the door and blocking their access. One of my friends said “hey, move to the side”, and proceeded to hold the door and instructed me to hold the next door inside for them, so they wouldn’t have to go out of their way to hold the door for themselves. In my eyes, those were traits of an Omoluabi, because a child of character is supposed to be a respectful child. My friend showed me he was a child with respect. He showed me this because he did the right thing by correcting us and telling us to accommodate the elderly women’s needs of moving out of their way and holding the doors for them.
Post Views: 93 The dictionary defines ‘wisdom’ as the ability to judge or discern what is true, right or lasting. Wisdom is also defined as the quality of having experience, knowledge and good judgment, the quality of being wise. It is the soundness of an action or decision with regard to the application of experience, […]
Post Views: 55 Tea Time with African Seniors is a monthly event where Seniors can socialize, share their stories, learn new skills, play games, eat or just hang out. Taking place every second Saturday of the month from 12-3:00pm at the Caribbean Centre on Central Ave. in Windsor. This month, the activity took place on […]