Archive | September 2012

The Most Beautiful Creature

When God created man, He formed him and breathed life into his nostrils, then He allowed a deep sleep to come over him so He could patiently and perfectly fashion out the most beautiful of all creatures; A woman

The Man was put to sleep so that he could not interfere with the creation. From one bone the woman was fashioned out, the bone that protects his heart and his lungs and supports him, which is what the woman is supposed to do to her man; support him. Around this one bone the woman is shaped and modelled. The woman was created perfectly and beautifully.

The characteristics of women are as the rib; strong yet delicate and fragile. The ribs provide protection for the most delicate organ in a man; his heart. His heart is the centre of his being; his lungs hold the breath of life. The rib cage will allow itself to be broken before it will allow damage to the heart.

“What would men be without women? Scarce,
sir…mighty scarce.” ― Mark Twain
A woman should support her man as the rib cage supports the body. You were neither taken from his feet, to be under him, nor were you taken from his head, to be above him. You were taken from his side, to stand beside him and be held close to his side.

You are God’s perfect angel. God’s beautiful little girl. You have grown to be a splendid woman of excellence, in your heart are all the good virtues of Good, don’t change them.
Your lips – how lovely when they part in prayer. Your nose, so perfect in form.
Your hands so gentle in touch and in supporting your man

The woman was fashioned in God’s holiness, strength, purity, love, protection, support. A woman is special because she is the extension of God.

Man represents God’s image But woman; His emotions. Together they represent the totality of God. So man – treat woman well, love her, respect her, for she is fragile. In hurting her, you hurt God. What you do to her, you do to God. In crushing her, you only damage your own heart, the heart of your Father, and the heart of her Father.

Woman, support man. In humility, show him the power of emotion that God has given you. In gentle quietness show your strength. In love, show him that you are the rib that protects his inner self.

‘A good woman’s arms round a man’s neck is a
lifebelt thrown out to him from heaven”
JEROME K. JEROME,

The most beautiful of God’s creation is the woman, made from finished materials and modelled to perfection by the Grand Potter Himself, A Queen is what you are, don’t allow yourself be treated orherwise, neither should you present yourself cheap because without you the world is incomplete; You are the Most Beautiful Creature of God.

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27 Things About Me

One of the hardest things in our lives is describing ourselves but somewhere deep down inside, we know who we are, what we want, and where and when we are happiest.

So for my birthday today I think it is a pretty good representation of all that. I chose to list 27 Things because 27 was the hardest year of my growing-up life so far and every other day after the 27years I believe will be pretty much easier, I think better days are here for me.

1. I Am the 1st in a family of six and my full names are Adefenwa Adeniyi Adebola Joshua Ishola Babatunde Sunday Rabiu Adeshina, I named myself Arthur after the legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries. I love everything British though I don’t know what Heathrow Airport looks like.

2. I have a problem with identifying colours but am not colour blind and Mathematics scares me

3. I escaped expulsion twice in secondary school for protesting against the injustice my account and English teachers did to me, they both failed me in tests because I taught others

4. I was not made a prefect in secondary school because the principal caught me and a girl playing roughly during school hour but he told the teachers I can’t be a prefect because I had a Pass in Yoruba Language

5. When I left secondary school, I was told I have been registered for a computer engineering programme, I asked my mum why she wanted to embarrass me because the closest I ever was to a computer was about 100feet, I cried for 3days but at the end of the programme, I graduated as the best student of the institute

6. I wanted to study Accounting in Olabisi Onabanjo University and also do rap music, but I ended up studying Economics, in Lasu and instead of doing Rap am writing articles.

7. I still don’t know how to ask a girl to date me but everybody around me thinks am a womaniser though I once dated 4girls at the same time, 2 in the same compound

8. I love eating Eba and vegetable soup a lot but only at home.

9. I hardly listen to gospel music because I feel most of the gospel artists are hypocrites, I’ll rather listen to DMX sing about God and I don’t believe anybody knows the Bible more than I do.

10. I was born and raised a Christian but have prayed in the mosque more than 20times till I realised I don’t belong there

11. I can’t travel without my Bible

12. I can neither dance nor swim to save my life

13. I Am very shy, Josh on the internet plays a lot but Josh in real life is very quiet and my voice scares me

14. I think better when am depressed, I write better when am disturbed

15. I still cry a lot

16. I prefer stubborn and brilliant Ibo/ Edo/ Delta ladies to girls to gentle and brilliant Yoruba ladies and In my mind I see ladies that wear make ups as lacking confidence and artificial.

17. I trust easily, love deeply, am honest, am a good listener(because I hardly talk), hardly get angry but once I loose it last for 30 unbearable seconds, and I don’t forget easily.

18. I once had interest in repairing electronics until I opened a TV one day, I forgot to unplug it, and I placed my hands on the tube, I knew I was dead for about 30seconds until the TV fell from my laps.

19. I protested against a lecturer in the university in 100level and he almost got me shot by the campus marshals claiming I was a cultist

20. I never dated anyone in the university. Before you throw stones , please ask her, we never dated at all.

21. Before NYSC, I had only spent 28hours outside Lagos

22. I Am from Igbore Abeokuta but I have never been there, I have only spent 16hours in Ogun state

23. I have more virtual friends than I ever will have in real life

24. I stopped boozing the day I woke up in the middle of the night and started rapping after getting drunk at a friend’s party

25. I started blogging last year, I wrote an article ‘The Economics of Love”, after publishing it on my blog, I felt my brain was exhausted and I went blank for nine months, couldn’t write at all.

26. I hate to see a woman cry and hate to be thanked in public.

27. 27 is what am celebrating today.

Guess have been able to tell you about myself, it wasn’t easy coming up with these but thanks for reading. Happy Birthday To Me