The next morning Banji explained that before showing himself at his office, he needs to go to Republic of Benin. So they went to the D’Almeilda’s and Taye decided to take them to the Republic of Benin after Banji’s explanation that the person who saved him and sent him to London had been a Beninoise. … Continue reading hidden truths 9
The girl moved out of the room still confused as Banji enters slightly limping. Banke ran out of the bed and hugged her husband. Minus his limping he is now a bit more radiant and fresh. One could see the effect of his just being out of the hospital on him. When he saw his … Continue reading hidden truths 8
Husband and wife looked at each other.They looked at Banke together their eyes greatly questioning her.Their wonder, amazement and disbelief were clearly written on their face.They seemed to signal to themselves that something must be done. Something had to be done, it is getting worse. She has totally lost her senses.Dr. (Mrs) D’Almeilda moved towards … Continue reading hidden truths 7
All these thoughts and questions raced through her mind. Then she decided not to turn her back. She laid back gently and without any sign of agitation, she calmly asked from the now surprised Doctor. “Who are you? What is your name?” The Doctor, trying to calm her in order to treat her decided … Continue reading hidden truths 6
The cry of the baby brought memories to her. She saw her inadequacy. During the first year of their marriage, they both decided not to have any child.They wanted time to understand and love themselves fully before a child comes. They were so much in love, and they feared rightly that a child might come … Continue reading hidden truths 5
When she reached home, Banke opened the letter. She saw just a small note: Sorry you are reading this.The truth will be known about my condition later. Just be assured nobody killed me. … Continue reading hidden truths 4
It was the sweet deep bass voice which jolts her out of her reverie. “Are you the one looking for me?” “Yes.” “Can I be of help?” “Yes.” “What can I do to help?” “I came to collect a library book from you sir.” “Am I now a library?” he said jokingly. Banke did not … Continue reading hidden truths 3
They were alone, unhurried because they’d made arrangements to sleep at the convenient guesthouse in Ikom almost kilometres away. As the big orange ball glowed with its last power they kissed. It was then that Banji’s eye strayed to the edge of the waterfall. He saw a bird, which was a cross between a peacock … Continue reading hidden truths 2
Fear paralyses and weakens US. Faith is the opposite of fear and the weapon to defeat fear. Have faith in yourself, others and God.
I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.
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“You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's heaven on earth.” ― William W. Purkey “You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” ― Dr. Seuss It … Continue reading hidden truths (i)