Our sincere appreciation go to readers of this blog around the world. It has been a great opportunity walking side by side and being inspired by permutation of letters. We had our first post on September 20, 2016 and since then, we have inspired many people around the world with 23 articles that span interviews,…
Well, I have received tons of messages from you guys reminding me I promised to share my Mandela Rhodes experience before the end of the year. So, let us get down to it. There are few people who fascinate me; people whose historical precedence and contemporary stories inspire me so much. People like Barack Obama,…
Christmas finds me, stuck in a monastery, in a cold and sterile room, seeping silence – making wishes, and thinking of loved ones.
Still laid on frozen bed; with a book clutched to her chest; and coffee ready to be sipped; the street of knowledge she threads; to her delightful dread.
Samuel Edet is a business developer at Siemens, on an exchange program funded by the German government, ESMT business school and African Institute for Mathematical Sciences. He was nominated for the 2017 Thomson Reuters Excellence Award; student category: The award recognizes research in data science that are relevant to the industry.
…We can take a cue from this and walk out the door of bitterness and hatred that may have resulted from wars and marginalization. We cannot afford to bind ourselves with the chains of hatred, because these chains are often-time too weak to be felt until they become too strong to be