â€œWhat looked to the bystanders like a display of weakness is in reality a source of power. A scene of utter degradation and shame is actually a place of glory.â€(Jay 2009) The meaning of our liturgy comes from the passion, death, resurrection and ascension of our lord Jesus Christ. Each time Roman Catholics gather […]
The grinding poverty and starvation with which our country is afflicted amidst plenty resources naturally endowed, such plague that drives more and more men every year into the ranks of the beggars.
The principle of individuation can said to be synonymous toÂ Igbo belief system because a reality remains in the mind or in the world of forms according to Plato, except when it has been differentiated from other realities by assigning a name to it.
A coup dâ€™oeil journey from the lens of rebirth starting at the beginning of the point of overturn, with the possibility of general and panoramic view of the Igbo history up to now has been a cry through the vista of return to that which made this group a sui generic(i.e. a unique group different […]
A critical look from the vantage point of human history something is so evident and that is the fact that God cannot come down from heaven to join you with your portion. You have to reach out and possess your possession because heaven help those who help themselves. Many people have been brought close to […]
In every race or nation there is that substance which makes them unique from every other group; something that subsist, that which when seen what comes to mind is this group and in its absence one begins to imagine or rather doubt the presence of the group;
Â â€œGod has become intellectually superfluous, morally intolerable, psychologically dispensable, politically ineffective and philosophically impotent.
A cursory x-ray from a historical perspective on the vast array of philosophical systems, portray that every epoch in philosophy talk about God.
At what point did our forefathers went wrong to handÂ us over these treasures. At what point did they offend us that their hard labors of creating an identity which is African are going drains?
Where will I start to account for the deplorable state of the African vernacular languages that are dying the death of a thousand distinctions.