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We Move

I’m just laughing at the title of this post, but it’s the best description for what my feelings right now. Life is not that hard, we move regardless. I’ve legit felt the most guilty about my blog these past few months, sometimes I even feel ashamed. My consistency is not applaudable at all, this was …

Forgive?

Hello… Welcome back to Aglow Blog. If this is your first time here, kindly subscribe and join the Aglow community. Before I share my thoughts on this beautiful topic, let us remember that God would not instruct us to do something that is beyond us. If He has asked us to do something, it’s because …

Ahia

First of all, introduction, Ahia is the Igbo word for Market. Hope you’re doing great? If you are, let me know in the comment section, if you’re not, still let me know 😉. Since today is Thursday, we’re going to call this a throwback post 😂. I was going through my journal and I found …

Denominational fanaticism       

Helloooooo, welcome back😃 First of all, definition of terms 😎. Denomination: a recognized autonomous branch of the Christian Church. Fanatic: a person whose enthusiasm or zeal for something is extreme or beyond normal limits. Fanaticism: Fanaticism occurs when someone is unwilling or unable to accept a differing point of view. Fanaticism comes from the Latin …

How is the Lock-down going? 🤔

Good day my dearly beloved. I really hope you are doing well amidst this crisis. As for me, I can’t even believe that it’s the 27th Day of May already, like I didn’t plan my year to be this 🤷‍♀️. But then there’s a saying that clouds come with silver lining and this girl typing …

Tales from a place called “Amoso Edda” — Imelda’s Stories

Hey there! Good evening. I’ve missed you, I hope March is going smoothly, mine is keeping me very busy in the market. I am sharing this post because I featured in the story, I am the friend, the writer is very dear to me and this post means a lot. kindly see my village and a glimpse of my mum’s burial ceremony through Imelda’s eyes.

I wrote previously of a friend who lost her mother I wrote of her strength and how I desired to tap from it. This is an extension of that story. On the 21st of November 2019, I woke up to a happy-sad feeling😐. I was going to Aba; a popular town in Abia state, Nigeria […]

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Twenty Four

Today is my birthday, and very unlike me, I am not really sure about what I want to write here, but I’d write anyway (I’m writing on aglowblog.com for the first time and it gladdens my heart). I turned twenty-four today, it’s not supposed to be a surprise to me but I’m really marveled, I …

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