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THE CITY’S PACE By Hasheem Deza

I woe, yawn and mourn, in me
The forever living hanger has a mansion
Limping up then down with sunken eyes
Dogs of the city have no bark
Wheat or weed, the sower deserted the farm
Or loud heaven call was quick to be answered
These charms lying six feet down
And their kinsmen’s faces shaped in frown

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IT’S MY LIFE: AND 3 MORE SELFISH THINGS YOUNG PEOPLE SAY

I may have said ‘young people’ in the title, obviously because there’s that famous stage in life we all associate with immaturity, inexperience and rebellion. However, these common selfish sayings are popular among adults too and will often be seen as signs of childishness, immaturity, and a lack of proper judgement. Continue reading IT’S MY LIFE: AND 3 MORE SELFISH THINGS YOUNG PEOPLE SAY

THE 8 SHADES OF CHEATING

Cheating in a relationship is common but no one person ever gets used to it. You don’t get used to being cheated on no matter how well you might have learned to deal with it over time. Just like death, cheating hurts each time, in a fresh way and you always wish it hadn’t happened. So how do most of us react to it? Well, some cry, fight, confront, hope for a miracle, pray the person changes, revenge or just walk away and end the relationship.

Cheating is not always about who’s slept with whom–it comes in all forms and some are more painful or subtle than others. Continue reading THE 8 SHADES OF CHEATING

FIRE YOUR MANAGERS- ALL TEN OF THEM, NOW!

Over the years most of us have come to imagine managers, CEO’s and directors as something close to perfect and untouchable. The reality is most of these are as much employees as any other person in any other position just that they are at a higher level that usually comes with a more unique and attractive set of privileges plus higher salaries. Continue reading FIRE YOUR MANAGERS- ALL TEN OF THEM, NOW!

CHILDREN AND SMART PHONES: A Dangerous Friendship

Every parent wishes the best for their children. The question then is, does giving a child everything they ask for show how much we love them? Shouldn’t there be some kind of moderation—a time when we say no and explain why the timing is not right or why a certain thing might be harmful or even inappropriate for them? Continue reading CHILDREN AND SMART PHONES: A Dangerous Friendship