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The Lock of Hair

August 23, 2013

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Originally posted on DottaRaphels:
My Father named me Ebelechukwu, which means Mercy of God because he believes the good Lord finally had mercy on my poor mama and granted her the only wish she prayed and begged about for fifteen years. You see, mama is the last of six wives; following in the family tradition…

FIGHT AGAINST CHILD MARRIAGE.

July 23, 2013

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Originally posted on DottaRaphels:
http://youtu.be/c_knQ-XpR3s A NIGERIAN ACTRESS AND ACTIVIST STELLA DAMASCUS SPEAKS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE AND THE NIGERIAN SENATE. These men claim Islam permits perversion, but Nigeria is not an Islamic state. We do not live by Sharia laws and Nigerians believe every child deserves a childhood. Please read, share and encourage friends to…

Only A Flame #ChildNotBride

July 23, 2013

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Originally posted on Moskeda Lounge:
I sat crouched at a corner of the room… With my arms circled around my folded knees. Another stream of tears rolled effortlessly down my cheeks as I relived the experience. I could still feel his fingers like the gentle slithery movements of a snake as he caressed my body.…

Of God and Orbs

June 22, 2013

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True words, brought to my attention by Dotta Raphels

It’s Always Good To Talk

June 16, 2013

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Originally posted on DottaRaphels:
I know a man, Thomas who married a woman named Vivian. Since he got married, he is no longer the same. Thomas no longer smiles or laughs as much anymore and has become cynical and withdrawn. Compelled, I asked him once why he lives this way and his reply was “I’ve…

the risk of VULNERABILITY

April 23, 2013

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What an awesome insightful read…I love your responses to the writer who took precious time to comment quite insight-fully on Sharing heART. reading your responses to his comments is truly truly therapeutic. Thank you for sharing truly and honestly,

February 28, 2013

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Originally posted on Moskeda Lounge:
2001… I met you on a Friday, two days before your birthday. I was just coming back from lectures and I saw you selling Six Foot Plus’ tapes for a show later that week. You were with some other people at a photographer’s stand and you caught my eyes. You…