Oro siso means spoken words. In the beginning, words were used in the creation of life. The creator of our universe used words to bring the universe to reality. I learned that without words, a thought can never become a reality. Using respectable words are traits of an Omoluabi and this means you have to watch your spoken words to people. Your words can either break you or make you. Chose your words carefully and appropriately. Speak with respect and dignity. Speak to reflect an Omoluabi. In conclusion, I want my words to reflect my character; I want to speak like an Omoluabi.
Post Views: 266 Words are very delicate because their impact can be either positive or negative. Words can also reflect your personality. I have learned that words are the greatest assets you have. I remember when we were moving houses, mostly because it meant that I had to go to another school. I was so […]
Post Views: 503 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 […]
Post Views: 206 The Omoluabi principle of “iteriba” means respect. Respect is not a new concept, nor one that is exclusive to the Yoruba culture. It has been around for as long as humans existed and is important to all sorts of human interactions. Respect takes on a particularly important role in the legal system. […]