This Story Changed My Thoughts On Perception.





A teacher teaching Maths to a six-year-old asked him, “If I give you one apple and one apple & one apple, how many apples will you have?”

With a few seconds the boy replied confidently, “Four!”
The dismayed teacher was expecting an effortless correct answer (three).
She was disappointed. “May be the child did not listen properly,” she thought.
She repeated, “pls listen carefully.
It is very simple. You will be able to do it right if you listen carefully.
If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?”
The boy had seen the disappointment on his teacher’s face.
He calculated again on his fingers.
But within him he was also searching for the answer that will make his teacher happy.
This time hesitatingly he replied, “Four…”
The disappointment stayed on teacher’s face.
She remembered that the boy loves strawberries.
She thought maybe he doesn’t like apples and that is making him lose focus.
This time with exaggerated excitement & twinkling eyes she asked …
“If I give you one strawberry & one strawberry & one strawberry, then how many will you have?”
Seeing the teacher happy, the young boy calculated on his fingers again.
There was no pressure on him, but a little on the teacher.
She wanted her new approach to succeed.
With a hesitating smile, the young boy replied, “Three?”
The teacher now had a victorious smile. Her approach had succeeded.
She wanted to congratulate herself.
But one last thing remained.
Once again she asked him, “Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more apple how many will you have?”
Promptly the answer was “Four!”
The teacher was aghast.
“How…. tell me, How?” she demanded in a little stern and irritated voice.
In a voice that was low and hesitating young boy replied, “Because I already have one apple in my bag.”
Lessons to Learn: When someone gives you an answer that is different from what you are expecting, it is not necessarily they are wrong.
There may be an angle that we may not have understood at all.
We need to learn to appreciate and understand different perspectives.
Quite often, we try and impose our perspectives on others and then wonder what went wrong.
The next time someone gives you a different perspective than yours, sit down and gently ask ” can you please help me understand”?……


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This Is Not Just About COVID-19! Staying Safe Should Be A Lifestyle.



"The safety of the people shall be the highest law." - Marcus Tullius Cicero

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Since the COVID 19 pandemic outbreak, the term #staysafe have become synonymous with COVID-19. •
We the I MUST TALK Initiative Team decided to send this particular message across to inform people to keep staying safe and to protect themselves always, as we all know that we are faced with or exposed to so many life threatening situation and conditions everyday. We all know that It's better a thousand time safe than once dead.


Our #staysafe initiative is not centered alone on the ravaging COVID 19 but across all other areas of our individual lives.

You will agree with us that road accidents and domestic accidents still happen, other diseases too are not asleep, for example in DR Congo the Ebola Virus had killed two people last month (April) amidst the COVID 19, terrorist group are still operating in countries prominent among these countries is Afghanistan, where just yesterday 27 people were killed in Kabul.

We are indeed in strange and extraordinary times, where #staysafe has become a way of life, let's not only channel our safety towards COVID 19 but also to other areas of our life. In Indian a man had died of electrocution in Mumbai while cleaning a swimming pool.

In conclusion, the message here is to keep safe from all harm. You might be staying safe from COVID-19 but get affected by another things you probably neglected.

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Good Girl Gone Bad - Olomoge Askamaya.


She used to be a religious girl,
She used to be a spiritual being,
She used to be a good girl, but what happened.
Maybe she got influenced by the current trend in the society,
Maybe she was intimidated by peer pressure,
Maybe her parents weren’t paying attention anymore,
Maybe they got carried away by family issues, money matters, bills and other responsibilities,
And she felt home was no longer safe anymore.
She needed someone to talk to,
She needed help.



She talked to complain every time she had the opportunity to talk to her parents,
But instead she got blocked and shouted back at for not using her senses,
She was blasted with words for not being strong.
You need to be a strong woman they say, you need to get hold of yourself,
I’m trying, but sometimes i loose it and i don’t just know how or what's going on anymore, she said.
She always reply with her words and attitude, but no one pays attention.
Go to the church and pray, they replied.
She needed help.

                                                            
She went to her good and close friends to seek for help,
They tried but they soon got tired.
They told her that they also have their own problems to deal with.
She needed help.
Talk to a religious person, a leader or lifestyle coach,
But instead she became a perfect example, a lab rat, an appropriate tool for their ungodly ministries. hmm!
She was talked about and she was used to preach to other people,
They took advantage of her… I mean beyond being used for other household or religious purposes, she was sexually abused. Damn it!
She got tired, she had gotten so depressed.
Until she found a man who she thought was the love of her life.
Just picture how the story ended.
 If you can’t, just create one or imagine a sad story of love with a bad ending, but sweet in the middle.
She dealt with her situation for a long time,
She had gone beyond being depressed, traumatized, emotionally down, mentally and psychologically derailed,
Until she made new friends.


They were her BFF-
They had similar or almost the same experiences, they could relate easily, some where from the ghetto, some where just beautiful rich kids gone bad... If you listen to their stories, you'll probably understand why shit happens. Damn! The society is messed up. 
You can only connect and work with who you can flow, relate or vibe with, isn’t that what they say?
She was seeing at the clubs and what’s up parties.
She was reported to her family, and the other day she was found smoking kush la la la... she ran away from home finally to embrace her new love, her lifestyle and her new family.
She needed to survive,
She needed to do something for a living. She did what she had to do.
She got supper famous for blowing jobs somewhere at Allen Avenue in Lagos. she is now popularly known as”Olomoge Askamaya.” Now i am supper scared for the lives out there, because i heard from a close source that she's moving to a new location soon to destroy more lives. The lives of those who couldn't resist her sexual temptation and manipulation in exchange for the kpa and gbola. She's addicted. - Good Girl Gone Bad - Olomoge Askamaya.



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5 Things People In Meaningful Relationships Do Differently.

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Every relationship means something, even the ones that seem pointless. You are drawn to certain people for specific reasons. The most dysfunctional relationship can help you discover what you actually need out of life and love. They can also help you break old patterns and heal childhood wounds.
When you ask "does my relationship mean something?” it's important that you examine what you mean by "something." Are you wondering whether your relationship is as significant to your partner as it is to you? Or does "something" mean true love — meaning that there is intimacy, passion, and commitment?
To be clear, a relationship doesn't have to have all three of those qualities in order to be significant and meaningful. However, when a relationship does have deep attraction, a strong sense of attachment, and a willingness to maintain the relationship so that it can grow, it does feel deeper. Here's how:
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1. They Are Proud Of One Another

People in deeply meaningful relationships give one another room for their dreams. This kind of couple believes they were both built to fly, and they support one another unconditionally. They know there is room for both of them to have all the success they dream of in the world.
When one of them succeeds, the others chest swells with pride. There is no need to tiptoe around accomplishments for fear of bruising one partner's ego. In a truly loving relationship, each person understands that a win for one person is a win for the whole relationship.
In this kind of meaningful relationship, one partner never cuts the other down or tries to make them smaller to fit into a narrow box that they have built for them. They want their partner to grow and are able to provide them with the tenderness and the nourishing foundation that they need to succeed.

2. They Love To Do Nothing

When you are in a truly loving relationship, then you and your partner can lay about on the couch, watching Netflix and eating take out, and be perfectly content. You don't feel pressure to go out, see, and be seen. You might have had a phase where you spent all of your time together in bed, but after that, a deep sense of companionship and friendship set in.
While you are physically intimate, you also love to sit and talk with one another about the small facts of your days. Your conversations are as heartfelt as those you have with your best friend — but your partner also doesn't replace your best friend. You still have time to cultivate those important friendships. Doing nothing with your partner doesn't take up all of your time.
You know that you and your partner have nothing to prove to one another. You have just as much fun staying home as you do going out and showing one another off. Compromising comes easily, too, and you know it isn't a sacrifice or "settling" for something less than what you want. You want to be together, and you don't really care how.

3. They Are One Another's Haven From The World

In a truly loving, meaningful relationship, you and your partner provide one another with sanctuary. When a crisis happens, they are the first person you go to because you know that they will make you feel safe. You can talk through all of the troubles of the day or the world at large, and feel grounded by one another's presence.
In addition to offering one another a safe space, there is also room for forgiveness in your relationship. Neither of you are perfect, and you will slip up from time to time, and hurt or offend one another. Even when you do make a mistake, a loving, meaningful relationship allows you to talk through the issues and work out a solution. There are no grudges because each person recognizes that the other is human, and can let go of grievances.

4. They Are Attuned To One Another

One of the tell-tale signs of a meaningful relationship is the ability to read through the lines and see past the surface level of what you share with one another. You can pick up on how your partner is feeling intuitively, and you understand when “I'm fine” actually means “I'm upset, but I don't want to talk about it.”
You sometimes feel what your partner is feeling, and this might mean that you carry their sadness with you throughout your day. You might even feel frustrated that you cannot heal them or make them happy if they are going through something difficult.
Even so, you understand that you cannot be your partner's everything, and they need to find clarity on their own. In a loving relationship, you can provide your partner with the space they need to heal themselves.

5. They Are As Transparent As Glass

People in meaningful relationships do not hide any parts of themselves from one another. They are transparent about what they feel and what they are thinking. There is no passive-aggressive signaling in their relationship. They have no secrets and nothing to hide from one another. If there is confusion or miscommunication — because there is always miscommunication — they are able to clear things up with their partner with an open and honest discussion.
People in loving and meaningful relationships don't harbor grudges with each other. They are open about their issues and hangups and are able to work through difficult feelings or complications that arise in their relationship with compromise and conversation. They trust one another completely, and know that whatever they say to one another will be held within the almost sacred space of their relationship.
These kinds of meaningful, truly deep, and loving relationships don't happen all at once. It usually takes years to find a person you can build this level of connection with, so do not despair if you and your partner are not able to do all of these things yet.
One of the aspects of a loving relationship is commitment. As long as you and your partner are fully committed to growing into a future together, then you can work to obtain all of the trappings of the deeply loving relationship you so desire. This is just the start.


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The Stranger I Grew Up With.

 

A few years after I was born, my Dad met a stranger who was new to our small town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around from then on.
As I grew up, I never questioned his place in my family. In my young mind, he had a special niche. My parents were complementary instructors: Mum taught me good from evil, and Dad taught me to obey. But the stranger… he was our storyteller. He would keep us spellbound for hours on end with adventures, mysteries and comedies.

If I wanted to know anything about politics, history or science, he always knew the answers about the past, understood the present and even seemed able to predict the future! He took my family to the first premiership game. He made me laugh, and he made me cry. The stranger never stopped talking, but Dad didn’t seem to mind. 

Sometimes, Mum would get up quietly while the rest of us were shushing each other to listen to what he had to say, and she would go to the kitchen for peace and quiet.
(I wonder now if she ever prayed for the stranger to leave.)
Dad ruled our household with certain moral convictions, but the stranger never felt obligated to honor them. Profanity, for example, was not allowed in our home – not from us, our friends or any visitors Our long time visitor, however, got away with four-letter words that burned my ears and made my dad squirm and my mother blush. My Dad didn’t permit the liberal use of alcohol but the stranger encouraged us to try it on a regular basis. He made cigarettes look cool, cigars manly, and pipes distinguished. He talked freely (much too freely!) about sex. His comments were sometimes blatant, sometimes suggestive, and generally embarrassing.
I now know that my early concepts about relationships were influenced strongly by the stranger. Time after time, he opposed the values of my parents, yet he was seldom rebuked… And NEVER asked to leave.

More than fifty years have passed since the stranger moved in with our family. He has blended right in and is not nearly as fascinating as he was at first. Still, if you could walk into my parents’ den today, you would still find him sitting over in his corner, waiting for someone to listen to him talk and watch him draw his pictures.
His name?….
We just call him ‘TV.’
(Note: This should be required reading for every household!)
He has a wife now….we call her ‘Computer.’
Their first child is “Cell Phone”.
Second child “video games”
By the way, they now have a wonderful grand child
she is a genius!
she is fondly called “Whatsapp”..
She is nearly more popular than her mom
her older cousin is ” Facebook” and new baby cousins are “Snapchat, Instagram ”
This Stranger and members of its family appear to have taken up permanent residence in our homes and we seem powerless to check their excesses.

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4 Tips on Being The Best Version of Yourself.



Almost everyone’s end goal is to be successful, rich and famous. So you look up to celebrities and those who have achieved such status and copy them. But what if I tell you that it is all in you?
Yes, everything you seek from others is quite achievable if you only look within and progress to the best version of yourself. This is not a motivational speaker talk about “if you desire to acquire, you would perspire” mumbo jumbo. In this article, you would be dished real facts that can impact your life. If you can stop some certain attitudes, then you would be able to unlock hidden potentials within yourself that you never knew you had. Prepare to unlearn, learn and relearn today. Here we go!!!
  1. Stop being scared of failure
The only way to succeed in life is to try. Try, try and try again. In life, expect more failure than success. That is a salient factor with everyone who you would term successful today; they have all failed woefully at some point in their life. Failure should not discourage you in anyway but instead make you more determined and focused to be better at your dream and eventual goal. Whether it is that scholarship, that job, or that business plan, the only way to get it is to attempt and not be scared of failure.
  1. Dont be cherophobic
Cherophobia is a condition in which people are scared that they would lose all they have gotten and struggled for by being too happy. I know it sounds funny but think about it: have you ever thought “wow, too many good things are happening to me, should I be scared? Doesn’t this mean something bad would soon happen? ”. This is the spirit of cherophobia hindering you from achieving more and enjoying the bliss of your happiness. You need to always be confident, happy and take small wins while preparing for big ones. You should never be scared of success.
  1. Stop people pleasing
Not everyone would like you, and that is totally fine. You do not need everyone to be in your corner at all times . Only a fake person would always say yes, never speak their mind and rather go along with the pack and therefore be liked by everyone. By being fake, you change yourself and are unable to grow and progress as you should. In this case, how do you expect to become your very best??
  1. Stop procrastinating
Yes, we are all on this table. A task/job should be ready tomorrow and we wait the very last minute and opportunity to work on it. This is not the attitude of someone who wishes to progress exceptionally in life. In all things and at all times, you need to put in your best and ensure you can work under a schedule and be focused too.
All in all, being successful and getting the very best out of yourself is easier said than done. Only the few who are ready to go the extra mile with their work and especially their attitudes are able to achieve it. So, why not you?

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Yes, I am changing! Are you?







“A friend of mine turned 58.

I asked him what’s changing?
He sent me following lines.”
Yes, I am changing.
After loving my parents, my siblings, my spouse, my children, my friends, now I have started loving myself.

Yes, I am changing.
I just realised that I am not “Atlas”. The world does not rest on my shoulders.
Yes, I am changing.
I now stopped bargaining with vegetables & fruits vendors. After all, a few rupees more is not going to burn a hole in my pocket but it might help the poor fellow save for his daughter’s school fees.
Yes, I am changing.
I pay the taxi driver without waiting for the change. The extra money might bring a smile on his face. After all he is toiling much harder for a living than me
Yes, I am changing.
I stopped telling the elderly that they’ve already narrated that story many times. After all, the story makes them walk down the memory lane & relive the past.
Yes, I am changing.
I’ve learnt not to correct people even when I know they are wrong. After all, the onus of making everyone perfect is not on me. Peace is more precious than perfection.
Yes, I am changing.
I give compliments freely & generously. After all it’s a mood enhancer not only for the recipient, but also for me.
Yes, I am changing.
I’ve learnt not to bother about a crease or a spot on my shirt. After all, personality speaks louder than appearances.
Yes, I am changing.
I walk away from people who don’t value me. After all, they might not know my worth, but I do.
Yes, I am changing.
I remain cool when someone plays dirty politics to outrun me in the rat race. After all, I am not a rat & neither am I in any race.
Yes, I am changing.
I am learning not to be embarrassed by my emotions. After all, it’s my emotions that make me human.
Yes, I am changing.
I have learnt that its better to drop the ego than to break a relationship. After all, my ego will keep me aloof whereas with relationships I will never be alone.
Yes, I am changing.
I’ve learnt to live each day as if it’s the last. After all, it might be the last .
Yes, I am changing.
I am doing what makes me happy. After all, I am responsible for my happiness, and I owe it to me.

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Health Talk: Halitosis (Mouth Odor).



Halitosis may sound strange but I am sure you have seen or experienced it at least once in your life. In case you are still doubting me, let me paint a picture and get my point firmly across;
Imagine this, being in a public vehicle, moving from one place to another and someone suddenly speaks and everyone quickly turns away because of the very offensive odor coming out of that person’s mouth. That either rings a bell or is very painful to imagine. Well, the condition this person has is called halitosis, commonly known as mouth odor.
This condition is very discouraging and off-putting and would most likely close doors than open them for the person that has it. It is important to understand that no one was born with it, so it must have been gained over time, and so can be treated.
 
Studies have shown that halitosis most of the time is not a serious medical condition but usually as a result of poor hygiene practices. Below are some things that you are doing that may cause or be worsening this condition
1)      Not brushing properly
Doing this right is one of the simplest ways to maintain mouth hygiene. Brushing should be done at least twice daily and especially with a good tooth brush and ideal toothpaste. A good toothbrush should have its bristles (hair) intact and not off colored. Changing your toothbrush at least once every 3 months is also ideal. It is also better to use a moderate textured toothbrush. If you have sensitive teeth, then you should use a toothpaste that works for such e.g. Sensodyne.
It is important to rinse the mouth properly and brush the teeth especially after eating something that has a strong smell e.g. garlic and onions. For those who already have halitosis, it is preferable to avoid them altogether.
2)      Being dehydrated
There is a direct link between dehydration and halitosis. When we don’t drink water and our mouth becomes dry, mouth bacteria can multiply and will produce a bad odor.
So, always ensure you drink just enough water and not allow yourself to get dehydrated.
3)      Not using a mouthwash
If you already have this condition, then just brushing and being hydrated may not be enough. You would also need to use a mouthwash, once or twice daily. Rinsing your mouth with a mouthwash works well for halitosis because most mouthwashes contain antibacterial or antiseptic that can act against mouth bacteria.

 

If you have followed through these tips but realized that your halitosis is not improving, then you should complain to a registered doctor who would advise you on what next to do.

Overall, always stay healthy and maintain good mouth hygiene. Till we meet again, enjoy.

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