INTRODUCE yourself to any audience as an African woman leader and a whole army of stereotypes is likely to come to life and attempt to own you.
A YOUNG woman recently posted a tweet posing the question: Are women supportive of each other? And in which instances are they not supportive?
IT is an uncomfortable truth that being truthful about one’s faith is a very risky exercise. Particularly if you are a Christian, admission of any fractures in the reconciliation of your beliefs can lose you friends and earn you scorn.
WOMEN love to talk, right? We’ve had this conversation before, and we have acknowledged it to be true. So why do we hold back on things that really bother us?
SO IT’S finally confirmed. People really do think that women have to be married to be taken seriously.
IT has been called the great question that has never been answered by one of the greatest students of human thinking.
I AM not sure which cynic it was that came up with the saying, “When God wants to punish you:, he gives you what you ask for.” It certainly doesn’t seem consistent with our image of an all-loving all-merciful God, implying as it does, that he would otherwise not honour our requests.
When this is all said and done, will it hurt less?
AT THIS time of the year more than any other, it is very tempting to make all kinds of crazy resolutions and commit to goals which, even with the greatest will in the world, might yet prove unattainable.
PROCRASTINATION is a terrible thing, particularly if it involves facing something bad. Because we all know that life is not static, right?