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: 139 Most people go through life and constantly hear about the word RESPECT but don’t know what it means. RESPECT is the esteem for a sense of the worth or excellence of a person. RESPECT means if there is someone like an elder, teacher or counsellor, you wouldn’t just push them and say, […]
Post Views: 111 It’s never too early to start preparing for the rest of your life and the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan Together We Can Mentorship Program focuses on just that. Over the course of two days on August 29th and 30th, 2018, students came together to celebrate the end of the successful first […]
Post Views: 118 Have you ever asked yourself, why are you going to school? How will what we learn help us in the future? Honestly, I have asked myself this question many times. How will school help us? How will writing French properly help me? I already know how to speak the language, so I […]