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Monday, 23 February 2015

Pastor Adeboye's Mathematical Equations For A Successful Marital Life

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has drawn a link between mathematics and marriage. He recently revealed this link at the 1st annual lecture of the Pastor E.A. Adeboye Professorial Chair for Mathematics, held on Thursday evening at the Main Auditorium of the University of Lagos, the pastor who has been married for 47-years, told the audience about 4 simultaneous linear equations for a successful marital life.

According to the man of God, his understanding of the mathematics of marriage is what has kept his marriage strong. “I told my children that why I have remained married for 47 years is because I understand the mathematics of marriage. Mathematics is a science of living,” he said.

Equation 1: This states that love is blind. It was supported with a biblical passage from Proverbs 10:12, which states that love covers a multitude of sins.

Equation 2: This states that “marriage is a miracle worker with special anointing for curing blindness.” This can be found in Genesis 29:16-25 which gives the account of how Jacob was so in love that he did not know it was Leah that was given to him in marriage, rather than Rachel, until the next day.When simultaneously calculated, he said the result shows that during courtship, love does not make shortcomings obvious until after marriage, when all doubts about character are cleared.

Sunday, 22 February 2015

The Entrepreneur Promoting A Walking Culture With His Business Start-Up

Meet Matt Tomasulo, the entrepreneur behind ' Walk [Your City]', a business that is promoting a walking culture and healthier lifestyle for citizens, business owners and visitors. Walk [Your City], as the name suggests, wants people to showcase just how walkable their city is. 

Tomasulo who is an urban designer and activist says, "A big obstacle to walking is this perceived barrier of a destination being 'too far,' when in fact it is a walkable distance." After a successful Kickstarter campaign, he launched his business in November 2013 and sells customizable signs that say things like, "It's a 12-minute walk to downtown" or, "It's a 5-minute walk to the library." 

Anyone can order the signs online; Walk [Your City] makes and ships them for $20 to $60, depending on the material. Over 5,000 signs have been made and installed in cities like Santa Fe, N.M., Grand Rapids, Mich., and Atlantic Beach, N.C. He hopes his efforts will promote a walking culture and "amp up interest from cities to invest in infrastructure that supports a healthier lifestyle."

Benefits of Regular Teeth Scaling And Polishing


Most times when we brush our teeth, we may not get to clean our teeth properly, this is where regular scaling and polishing of the teeth comes in. A lack of awareness and a laid back attitude make many miss out on the numerous benefits of good dental hygiene. Regular teeth scaling and polishing is usually recommended twice every year. What then is Teeth scaling and polishing? 

Teeth scaling and polishing removes the hard tartar which forms on your teeth like scale inside a kettle. And you usually can't remove it just by brushing your teeth. Scaling also removes trapped food and plaque containing millions of germs, which can cause tooth decay and gum disease.

Stains from coffee, cigarettes or red wine are also cleaned away when your dentist polishes your teeth. Also with regular scaling and polishing, there is a better chance of keeping the teeth clean during regular personal care like brushing and flossing. Find some of its benefits below:

Benefits- Regular scaling and polishing helps keep your teeth and gums healthy by making it easier for you to keep your teeth clean at home. You would actually see and feel the difference.

- If your gums bleed when you brush, you may have early gum disease. Regular scaling helps to stop the disease from getting worse.

Saturday, 21 February 2015

APC Presidential Candidate General Buhari Refuses To Jump Queue At The Airport

Ahmad Sajoh shared about his encounter with APC Presidential candidate, General Buhari at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport recently. Sajoh says the General marvelled everyone by queueing up like every other passenger to be screened. Read below:


In his words: "If I refuse to follow the queue today, how will I tell anyone else to follow the queue tomorrow." For me personally, To Lead is to show others the right way and actions like this only reveal the depth of a man's character.#Characteriseverything#

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Kenyan Female Entrepreneur Who Set Up Her Own School After Being Denied A US Visa

Meet 21 year old Martha Chumo from Kenya, a self taught computer programmer who intends to break the myth that programming is too difficult for young people to develop skills in. She is the founder of The Nairobi Dev School, a school that equips youth in East Africa with computer programming skills and helps them build technology-based solutions to everyday challenges. The Nairobi Dev School has since conducted skills development training in Kenya, South Sudan and Somalia.

Chumo decided to toe the path of entrepreneurship after being denied a US Visa. Her school was established in 2012 and she hopes to teach children in rural Kenya how to write code, and break the myth of technology being too difficult for young people to develop skills in. Read excerpts of her interview with How we made it in Africa below:

Give us your elevator pitch.
Our goal is to equip young people with software development skills they can use to solve challenges around them. We talk about technology a lot in Kenya, but what does it really mean for education, healthcare and farming? We want to make technology relevant to us. We teach beginners as well as experienced people such as fresh graduates.

I have found when someone is learning something to get a job, they are motivated to do the minimum required because their aim is a job, not to transform the world. But I like the energy and naivety of young people. At age 14 they have nothing to lose, their parents are giving them pocket money and they have time. They can throw in as much creativity and take risks.

Saturday, 14 February 2015

Celebrated Female Software Engineer Farida Bedwei Proves That Disability is No Limitation

Meet Farida Bedwei, a 35 year old celebrated female software engineer based in Ghana, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of 1, but has refused to let her disability dictate how her life should be. Her inspiring story was recently aired on CNN's African Voices.  She says: "I am a role model for a lot of children with disabilities and it's very important for me to showcase to the world that... Yes ... You can have a disabled child and it's not the end of the world. There is so much that that child can end up doing given the right resources."

Bedwei who is Nigerian was born in 1979 and diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of 1. Today she is the co-founder and chief technical officer of software company Logiciel. In 2013, South Africa's CEO Magazine named her the most influential woman in business and government in Africa for the financial sector. Her greatest achievement, according to her is the development of a cloud software platform, gKudi that is being used by 130 micro-finance companies nationwide. These institutions administer loans to their customers by sending a code to their mobile phones via SMS. That code can be exchanged for money at any branch, making small loans available immediately.

Bedwei and her family resided in Dominica, Grenada and the United Kingdom before finally settling in Ghana when she was 9 years old. She gives a lot of credit to her mother who home schooled her till the age of 12. Her family also noticed her passion for computers at an early age and enrolled her for a 1-year computer course at the age of 15, she was one of the youngest in the class. In her words:
"I'm sure most of my classmates were wondering what I was doing with them. But that it how I started my career as a software engineer because through that course I realized what aspect of IT I was going to specialize in. I loved the idea of solving problems and creating things," she says.

Happy Valentine's Day+ Some Valentine's Day Traditions Around The World

Happy Valentine's day guys!!!! Hope you've had a love filled day, giving and receiving love. Love is a beautiful thing and beyond today, we still have everyday as an opportunity to show and give others love, especially to the helpless, hopeless and suffering amongst us. Also never forget to let those closest to you - parents, siblings, spouses, children and family, feel what love truly is.

Love goes deeper than the emotions, the butterflies in your stomach....it's about giving and sacrifice, it's about growing and learning, it's about hope and never giving up. For the married - keep finding new reasons and new ways to love and keep on loving your spouse. For the singles - love is giving, learning, growing, sacrifice, commitment, understanding, patience and selfless. Below are some ways Valentine's day is celebrated around the world. Enjoy!!!!!!!

South Africa: Some young South Africans celebrate Valentine’s Day by pinning the name of their sweetheart to their sleeve, in a tradition that is known in the country as Lupercalia, in reference to the ancient Roman fertility festival that preceded Valentine’s Day in the West.

Estonia: In Estonia, Valentine’s Day is called “Friend’s Day” so that single people are not left out of the festivities. While streets may still be decorated with hearts and other Valentine’s symbols, there is also an emphasis on non-romantic love, with friends and family members exchanging presents on the holiday. But if you’re still looking for romance, singles also have the opportunity to take a ride on a special “love bus” on the holiday.

Thursday, 5 February 2015

9jaflave FFT - Stay Focused and Keep Your Eyes On The Finish Line

While we have dreams, aspirations and goals to accomplish, it is so important to believe and stay focused, keeping our eyes on the finish line. It is also wise to note that while on your journey to the top, there will be distractions, stumbling blocks and perhaps a complete knock out on the ground. you will be floored, you will feel defeated, you will lack inspiration and you will want to walk out.

This does not mean it is time to take a bow and walk away from those dreams and goals, it only means thinking and doing things differently to see them come to life, it only means trying again, it only means changing strategy , it only means believing more in your self and keeping your eyes on the finish line. #nevergiveuponyourdreams........it is possible. Stay Inspired!!!!!!!

Artist Transforms A Banana Into A Fish Carcass

Dutch artist Stephan Brusche is the man behind some very creative images carved out from a simple Banana. The 37-year-old graphic designer transforms bananas into iconic characters such as Homer Simpson, animals and artworks using a ballpoint pen. He now has about 15,000 followers on Instagram. His creative designs has also led to the release his very first book, Fruitdoodles, a compilation of his initial 50 creations.

His amazing journey began in the office, while wanting to post something on Instagram. With a lack of stimulus he turned to his banana snack for inspiration and drew a face on the fruit. He said: 'I took a ballpoint pen and just started drawing. I was pretty amazed how pleasant a banana peel is to draw on.' Once he had mastered using a banana skin as a canvas Stephan began to experiment with more ambitious projects.

He continued: 'After that I tried to come up with new ideas for drawings while using the shape of the banana in all kinds of clever ways. 'Trying to keep pushing myself I eventually started to carve in the banana peel as well' . For him he says his works simply shows the things he cares about or likes the most. He is simply having fun and bringing to life whatever pops into his head when he looks at a banana.