When The Clock stops Ticking

Image source: Google Images Being a Nurse, I have been opportuned to witness some patient's last moments on earth. That moment when there is little or nothing medical science could do, that epic moment when all hope is lost, then looking at the cadaver, I can deduce that he or she must have dreams, aspirations, visions and... Continue Reading →


The Importance of Decision Making (part 2)

Oguntunde Damilola Emmanuel  For SpeechCathedral Hello Friends, About a week ago, we shared on how important decision making is to us and our future while receiving instructions on the power of a decision. You are one decision away from your biggest breakthrough and one decision away from a downward turn of events. Just imagine with... Continue Reading →

Tales of Love and Lust

Image Source: Google Images  Ojolola Adeife Bukola (R. N)  For SpeechCathedral  Love is a beautiful feeling, that is only if you are with the right person who reciprocate your love and adores you. There's a very thin line between love and lust, and most times, what we assumed to be love is actually lust.  Let me... Continue Reading →

The Joy of Bachelorhood 

Image source: Google Images (ABC)  For you to be able to do whatever you want without restrictions is a blessing, this is the freedom of choice. Humans are blessed with the unique ability to make decisions and choose whatever or whoever you want. The scientist have told and taught us that there are various ways... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Decision Making (Part 1)

Oguntunde Damilola Emmanuel For SpeechCathedral  According to multiple reliable sources, the average human being makes about 35,000 decisions every single day of adulthood.  Your reality today is the cumulative reward or consequence of all the decisions you have made in the past. People most times blame their situation and circumstance on one decision they made, but... Continue Reading →

Diary of a Nigerian Nurse

Ojolola Adeife B. (R. N)  For SpeechCathedral Being a Nurse is much more than wearing the white uniform or answering the title Nurse, It is surrendering yourself  to the service of others, the service of humanity.  Nurses are Angels on earth.  A heart filled with kindness and love, giving someone a shoulder to lean on... Continue Reading →

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Campaign goes to Idanre

Education is the best legacy, it is part of the wheel of progress for the development of any nation.  Therefore as part of the SDGs to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all (Goal 4), the SDGsACT team Ondo visited Ebun Ogunyimika Comprehensive College, Idanre in Ondo state on the 28th... Continue Reading →

5 amazing “Temper” lessons

Unknown Author  There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper,he must hammer a nail into the back of the wall.  The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the wall. Over the next few... Continue Reading →

Humans of Nigeria 

​Temitope Ajayi  Every morning, 6 children of an Hausa guard keeping watch over a mansion  under construction opposite his residence will look through the gate to wave hands to his two kids. His kids are among the privileged children living in the highbrow estate being chauffeured to school.  The reality of two worlds confronts the... Continue Reading →

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