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Ebogo’s visit: The official launch of my adventure

Life has been busy lately, my apologizes for the delayed posting. However, like the saying goes, it’s better late than never, so here is the next episode of my 25 days aventure.

My holidays were officially getting started. Hahahh, the main reason being that I wanted to travel and discover the country. We visited numerous cities and places I hadn’t been to, and oh boy… it was so worth the effort, time and money.

We visited an attractive touristic site in a village called Ebogo located in the Centre region of Cameroon. From the site’s location and activities, the atmosphere, the food, the people’s hospitality to our discoveries, I am happy to say that our stay was very relaxing, enjoyable and memorable.

So what did we end up doing? Walking, chatting and connecting with one another far away from family, friends and the world. I say far away because there was no network/internet at the site. It’s all peace and tranquility from day one till the last day.

This being said, the very special
activity we did was canoeing on river Nyong, one of the largest rivers in the Centre. It was an amazing aventure, in the course of which our tour guide narrated stories about river Nyong and eventually took us on a mini hike in the forest. We discovered that the Touristic site houses several valuable national assets, such as the largest tree (The Kossipo) in Africa, also tagged as one of the oldest in the world (more than 1200 years). I couldn’t believe my eyes, but yet it seems to be true, to the extent where the tree is protected by the ministry as a valuable treasure.

To conclude, this three day touristic discovery was very refreshing to my soul, mind, body and relationship (it strengthened our bond). I entice you to visit the site whenever you get a chance.

Now stay tuned for the next episode of my 25 days adventure.


It’s a new year!

If in 2017, our paths crossed, our paths diverged, or our paths merged, I am grateful.

It was a pleasure knowing you all in 2017 and I look forward to knowing you better in 2018.

For all those who supported me, my dreams, my family and my future I appreciate you. Our God will not forget your labour of love.

For all who believed, believe and will believe in my passion, mission and vision, I say thank you. You are the real MVPs.

I know and believe that this new year will be my (our) greatest and best year thus far, so let’s stay focus and true to ourselves, true to our beliefs, mission, passion and vision.

Stay blessed and keep soaring high. The sky isn’t the limit, so don’t let your thoughts limit you.

Cheers to increased success, love, peace, joy, grace, money, health, prosperity and much more ❤️!
Happy new year 2018!
Thank you note

Daily perceptions

It’s a new year. The month of January is almost over and we are about to jump into the second month of the year. Prior to January 31st, I carefully and patiently pondered over this month’s blog post and suddenly thought about a lived experience.

The experience am referring to is the development of resentment and hatred due to misjudgment.

Human beings need to stop preconceived judgement and hatred! As I pondered over this statement, the following questions ran through my mind:

1) How often do we judge people based on what others have said?

2) Why do we use the information gathered from external sources as basis for our judgement and perception of others?

3) How many times have we fallen short in our attitude and interaction with others due to false or negative information received?

4) How often do we back track and say no to gossip or false information?

5) Have we realized that the more we listen to what people have to say about others, the more we develop a feeling of resentment towards those people?

6) Have you made a conscious decision to stop judging others based on what you hear?

As a result, it will be better to get to know people before Judging or negatively perceiving them.

I welcome you to join me in this quest for change and transformation. By changing our associations, we change our perception of others, we change the way we interact and the way we react.

Let’s pursue this with a passion and develop love for all mankind in lieu of resentment, doubt and hatred.

Happy new month!

Oh Life!

I woke up and decided to be better.
But the tears kept making me bitter.

Several days passed and my heart began to yonder.
Friends and family members began to wonder.

I was experiencing distress.
I had become purposeless.

Afterwards I decided to change my perspective.
This change led me to become positive.

I grew to become my original.
I developed and became jovial.

The full package led me to find love.
Then I began to experience truelove.

A love that nutures the passion.
A love that fosters the vision.

Indeed LOVE is beautiful!



Have a blessed week 🙂

Happy Father’s Day

Let me begin by wishing a happy Father’s Day to all the men. A father isn’t only the biological one, but very often all male figureheads in our lives.

It’s good to be called a father, but the level of implication and involvement in people’s lives determines ones ability to be called ‘Dad’. So fathers the questions to ask yourselves today are:

How involved am I in my children’s lives?
Am I emotionally present for them?
Am I financially present?
Am I physically present?
Am I spiritually present?

As fathers, you are called to lead the family. Lead your children, families and wives in the right direction.

I can’t conclude without expressing my thoughts to future fathers.

To all the young men and aspiring fathers let me ask you a few questions:
How are you living your lives?
Are you living life just as it comes? Or
Are you living live with the hopes of influencing future generations?

I would like you to ask yourselves these questions:
If I had a child today, would my child be proud of the life I live?
How would my choice of lifestyle influence my child?

As you reflect on these questions, may this day cause you to think differently about your future.

Therefore, go forth and shine your light brighter than before. Your future needs to be better than your past and present.



Have a blessed week!

Yielding #AtoZChallenge

Yielding is tending to give in or surrender or agree. By default it’s hard to agree with people who are inferior to us or who have ideas inferior to ours.

As an example, most people think I have a hard time yielding to others in the midst of a conversation or conflict.
Today, I got told by a friend that I would likely have a hard time yielding and submitting to my future husband because of my authoritative and independent nature. Yes, I have been independent for quite a number of years mainly because life thought me to be so due to my solitary move to Canada, but you know what: I still respect authority.

It’s currently a learning process for me as I yield to others during a conversation or conflict. I am learning to be submissive to authority and trust other peoples’ judgement. It hasn’t been an easy process but I learn as I grow.

I have also learned that yielding isn’t a sign of weakness but rather a sign of respect, obedience and non confrontation. It’s often better to avoid an argument through yielding and establishing peace.

Conflict brings about resentment and discontent, whereas yielding brings about peace, calmness and submission.

I know it’s easier said than done, especially when we feel overwhelmed and right in a specific situation.

I encourage you to often practice yielding to others in the midst of conflict.


Till next time

Xenophobia #AtoZChallenge

imageAlthough I am a day late, I will still write about it. It has been challenging to get a word with letter X, mainly because I rarely use this letter in words and sentences. At the beginning of the challenge, I had thought about using xenophobia as my X word, but until last night I was still not inspired to write about it.

However, after seriously thinking about it, I decided to use Xenophobia as my X Word. According to Wikipedia, “Xenophobia is the fear of that which is perceived to be foreign or strange. Xenophobia can manifest itself in many ways such as hatred, fear, anguish and bitterness”.

Whenever I think about the word xenophobia, I am tempted to remember South Africa. It’s not that I have lived in South Africa, but inclined to think based on the stories and news articles.

Xenophobia has a negative connotation, hence negative impact and influence. It’s important for us as individuals to combat xenophobia and live at peace with everyone. We are all born with a different skin tone for specific reasons, hence the importance of understanding our differences. Difference brings about diversity, hence growth, increase, development and wisdom.

Go forth and live with differences. Accept and recognize that although we are all different we can live together.
Till next time!