BAMACHARAN ∙ 6 Nov, 11
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the history of honey moon was as far as the 19th century,in the western culture.its a concept borrowed from india elite,in india subcontiment,the upper class couples would take a 'bridal tour' sometimes accompanied by friends or family to visit relatives who couldn't make it to the wedding. stated by a jounal name timeless. read more on this by visiting me
Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away
that they were meant to be there,
to serve some sort of purpose
teach you a lesson,
or to help you figure out who you are
or who you want to become.
You never know who these people may be
(possibly your roommate, neighbor, coworker, long lost friend, lover,
or even a complete stranger),
but when you lock eyes with them,
you know at that very moment they will affect your life
in some good or bad way.
And sometimes things happen to you that may seem horrible,
and unfair at first,
but in reflection you find
that without overcoming those obstacles
you would have never realized
your potential, strength, will power, or heart.
Everything happens for a reason.
Nothing happens by chance or by means of good luck.
Illness, injury, love, lost moments of true greatness, and sheer stupidity
all occur to test the limits of your soul.
Without these small tests, whatever they may be,
life would be like a smoothly paved, straight, flat road to nowhere.
It would be safe and comfortable,
but dull and utterly pointless.
The people you meet who affect your life,
and the success and downfalls you experience,
help to create who you are and who you become.
Even the bad experiences can be learned from.
they are probably the most poignant and important ones.
If someone hurts you, betrays you, or breaks your heart,
for they have helped you learn about trust
and the importance of being cautious
when you open your heart.
If someone loves you, love them back unconditionally,
not only because they love you,
but because in anyway, they are teaching you
to love and how to open your heart and eyes to things.
Make every day count.
Appreciate every moment
take from those moments everything that you possibly can
for you may never be able to experience it again.
Talk to people that you have never talked to before,
and actually listen.
Let yourself fall in love,
and set your sights high.
Hold your head up because you have every right to.
Tell yourself you are a great individual
and believe in yourself,
for if you don't believe in yourself,
it will be hard for others to believe in you.
You can make of your life anything you wish.
Create your own life and then go out and live it with absolutely no regrets.
"If you LOVE someone tell him or her,
because you never know what tomorrow may have in store."
learn and cheerful life living.
hello my african brother =)
hi bella,nice talking 2gether,am feeling your stuff
Hi Mache! Welcome to bloggers! Looking forward to visiting your blog. When will it be available? :)
Thank you so much Mache for your friendship. You have received my vote.
I am looking forward to view your blog as well. Have a great day.
he military of Nigeria has played a major role in the country's history, often seizing control of the country and ruling it through major periods of its history. Its last period of rule ended in 1999 following the death of the leader of the previous military junta Sani Abacha in 1998.
Active duty personnel in the three Nigerian armed services is total approximately 76,000. The Nigerian Army, the largest of the services, has about 60,000 personnel deployed in two mechanized infantry divisions, one composite division (airborne and amphibious), the Lagos Garrison Command (a division size unit), and the Abuja-based Brigade of Guards. It has demonstrated its capability to mobilize, deploy, and sustain battalions in support of peacekeeping operations in Liberia, former Yugoslavia, Angola, Rwanda, Somalia, and Sierra Leone. The Nigerian Navy (7,000) is equipped with frigates, fast attack craft, convettes, and coastal patrol boats. The Nigerian Air Force (9,000) flies transport, trainer, helicopter, and fighter aircraft, but most are currently not operational. Nigeria also has pursued a policy of developing domestic training and military production capabilities. Nigeria has continued a strict policy of diversification in its military procurement from various countries. After the imposition of sanctions by many Western nations, Nigeria turned to the People's Republic of China, Russia, North Korea, and India for the purchase of military equipment and training.
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happy blogging. enjoy! :D
the political issue in Nigeria have become a thing of struggle for the past fifty years,by October 1 2010, Nigeria will be celebrating their independent day and they are yet not in the position of a fifty year old man can achieve.imagine a country with everything crude oil,rubbers all kind of mineral resources. today,am writing this blog let the world know that Nigeria should have been a country where everybody will like to visit,talk about the kidnapping in aba, majority at the eastern of NIGERIA.how can this end no one can tell,a new child whose born today is also a criminal either by receiving bribery or stealing oh my God! i hope my blog wwill able to tell a little about my feelings,