1.6

It’s hard being different let alone implementing the difference

We all face challenges and opposition to our creative ideas that negate the norm to a point where we have little or no creative ideas anymore

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1.5

It’s hard being different let alone implementing the difference

We all face challenges and opposition to our creative ideas that negate the norm to a point where we have little or no creative ideas anymore

Please open to read

1.3

It’s hard being different let alone implementing the difference

We all face challenges and opposition to our creative ideas that negate the norm to a point where we have little or no creative ideas anymore

Please open to read

1.4

It’s hard being different let alone implementing the difference

We all face challenges and opposition to our creative ideas that negate the norm to a point where we have little or no creative ideas anymore

Please open to read

1.2

It’s hard being different let alone implementing the difference

We all face challenges and opposition to our creative ideas that negate the norm to a point where we have little or no creative ideas anymore

Please open to read

1.1

Can there be more to a decision than itself?
Can life be tougher than it really is?
Is beauty really in the eye of the beholder?
What it it wasn’t so?

1.1
Sequel to 1.0
What we should always remember is that series with initial numbers the same are sequels

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1.0

Welcome guys… I’m sure you’re wondering what’s up with the numbers eh?
Frequent posts of up to 10 per series with different themes coming up for you on the blog

We hope to drive your imaginations in our world of unending twists and turns…

It’s a pleasure to be back

THE OPEN DOOR TO HELL EPISODE 2

Musa followed him from afar and watched with curiosity as Ola retrieved the boat from Taribo. He watched as Ola set sail and ventured into the deep. He knew Ola had to be insane.
He was there while Ola made the vow… he witnessed Ola keep it for 3 years before he ‘escaped’. Ola would get charity fish from Musa’s parents but would walk the long distance to the market only to exchange for a not equivalent amount of beef or egg or sometimes money. The closest distance Ola kept with a water body was the distance between his house and the water body. A lot had truly changed but the manner of this change aroused suspicions.
“Why didn’t you come back dad?”
“I miss you mom!”
“We should tell your lawyer.”
“So that he could?”
“At least he’d know what he’s in for… it’ll be totally unfair to him.”