I don’t think they have a word for “notice” in Korean.
It occurred to me today that driving could easily be the ultimate metaphor for life.
Yesterday was International Women’s Day and I’ve been thinking. There’s been a lot of talk about how women are marginalized and overlooked. And how they must be… Read more “For the Love of Women”
It’s a new year. And it’s been a year since I first began to write on PERSPECTIVE. An exciting, interesting year. For every avid reader, every follower… Read more “2017”
Merry Christmas everyone! A first year student died while in high school. This might seem an odd subject for the season but I know what it is… Read more “The Shame of our “Good” Schools”
Some weeks ago, a 50 kilogram bag of cement fell on my big toe. It narrowly missed my entire foot. Needless to say, I was in pain hell for the next 30 seconds.
So I have been thinking… thinking about all the little baby boys and girls born outside Ghana – mostly in the United States and the United Kingdom. Those babies that mothers and fathers carefully calculate for them to be born outside the birth countries of their mothers and fathers.
Dear Writer’s Block, It’s not you, it’s me.
I haven’t said anything about the Ghana elections. Up until now, that is. Perhaps it’s because I’ve already cast my vote… with my prayers. What is left… Read more “Vote, because it’s 2016”