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: 277 Inu Rere is a Yoruba phrase which, translated into English, means goodwill. Goodwill is the quality of wanting to help others without expecting a reward. This term is generally used to express a person of good intentions who is always willing to serve voluntarily and with pleasure. Goodwill is an essential quality […]
Post Views: 339 Moving somewhere new is never easy to do. Hearing stories and rumors plus the fear of the unknown made my heart pitter-patter and at times I felt all alone. But then I arrived in this great City of Windsor. I did not see what others saw, of all the stories and rumors […]