The two most powerful warriors are patience and time. …so remember: great achievements take time, there is no overnight success.
I am seated by the desk, in the library
Writing poetry on my PC
Whilst two tan ladies sit beside me.
I wonder, whether they have noticed
That they are the objects of my fascination,
The inspiration behind this composition.
I hope this letter finds you in good health, High spirits, as well as in mindful breath.
It has been way too long since last we spoke, saw you smile, or even heard a fun joke part from between the dark walls of your lips. So I'm writing to tell you of some news i think might be of some concern to you.
I'm telling you, because i always knew-- Even though perhaps you didn't have a clue-- that you were head over heels, deep in love with the cute girl, from the house next door's crew. It turns out, she recently got engaged To that boy that always got you enraged.
I wrote this to inform you, and not break your spirit so that you feel way too weak to write back during the course of the week. Please do. I'd very much like to see you speak.
The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself.
Hey guys, today's a day that's quite hectic so I'll try to sum up today's topic in a poem as short as i can make it.
Sounds good? Yes? Here we go then.
In general, internet in Africa is quite expensive due to the availability of the overall bandwidth being scarce. And the fact that traffic goes through expensive satellite links that make it hard for average Africans, to use it and also pay the bills.
Only one out of ten people in Africa have access to the internet due to the vast majority being mainly computer illiterate. And the relatively low level of internet infrastructure that makes it hard for people on the continent to connect on the net.