Tolerating people is not a very easy thing to do. It’s very easy to think and say “I’m very tolerant” but it’s not just about thinking or saying it. You cannot live away from people and think “oh, boy am I tolerant”. Because we get to know how tolerant we are through our experiences with people.
This is a collection of all posts on this blog with the tagline peace. The posts are related as the word peace is tagged on all of them
“It’s okay to not be okay”. It sounds to me like I’m staring at the most beautiful sky I’ve ever seen.
It feels to me like I’m hearing “relax and take a deep breath of fresh air”. The title of this article reminds me of a series I watched. I learnt tons of stuff while watching it. Ever since then, the title stuck.
Nigeria has a lot of challenges but Nigeria also has a lot of potential. In the last 10 to 12 years, it seems like the focus has been so much on our problems without giving it a balanced perspective with our wins, gains and potentials. In the recent years, this negative focus continues to gain momentum and so many people who had optimism and patriotism for Nigeria are beginning to catch this bug of pessimism.
Little people are intolerant, selfish and impatient. Wise people are calm, loving and understanding.- Maxime Lagacé
It’s been said that there can’t be peace without struggle and there can’t be change without some sacrifice. There’s truth in this but it’s not the whole truth neither is it the whole picture because even in struggle, it is more advantageous to struggle and wrestle with the things that have held us back in a state and environment of relative and abiding peace than to do it in chaos, violence and war