The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 540 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 9 trips to carry that many people.
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Thank You for riding with whadatobexy’s blog through 2014. It started in July, 2014 and in just six months, this is how well we fared. The days of small beginnings should never be despised. Thank you for your time, for reading even when some of the issues didn’t directly affect you or didn’t completely align with your stance, for visiting, for criticisms, for comments, for the likes, for sharing on your social media accounts etc. Without you, this wouldn’t have been achievable.
#Saveseyanu Progress Update:
We cannot over emphasize our gratitude to everyone of you that made the #SaveSeyanu Campaign a success. We really appreciate your kind gestures.
We now have the N11 Million Naira for the Bone Marrow Transplant to save Seyanu from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Seyanu has been flown to India on Sunday, 28th of December, 2014.
The doctors have been contacted and the Bone Marrow Transplant procedure will begin soon.
Please, as you read this, kindly say a prayer for him for the success of the procedure. We want you to join us to #PRAYFORSEYANU.
We thank you from our hearts for your labour of love towards Oluwaseyanu.
Every prayer, call, text msg, rebroadcast, BB, FB, IG and Whatsapp msg, post, repost, tweet, retweet and donation is highly appreciated.
We pray that the God will bless you all and replenish your household. None of you and your loved ones will experience such ailment by the grace of God.
We will update you on his progress as necessary .
We wish you all a Happy New Year and a fruitful 2015!
***Unfortunately, we lost Seyanu***
Pastor Bolaji Idowu
1. Good evening and thanks a lot for joining me today on #adamandeve. This episode will be very helpful.
2. I will continue our discussion on Reconciling Differences In Marriages and Relationships.
3. At the root of our differences in marriages/relationships is SELFISHNESS.
4. Every man and woman is born with natural selfish tendency.
5. Selfishness varies in degree from person to person; but we all are born with a natural selfish tendency.
6. This tendency accounts for why we are so insistent on our way and not considerate of the other.
7. For relationships/marriages to work, selfishness needs to be brought to an all time minimum low.
8. Selfishness prevents you from genuinely depriving ourselves to make the other happy, which is key to a loving relationship.
9. Selfishness makes you the centre focus of each conversation and act of love in the relationship.
10. Selfishness makes you grossly insensitive to the other person, his/her thoughts, perspectives and needs.
11. Ill managed differences in marriages/relationships will hinder intimacy.
12. Intimacy thrives in marriages/relationships where Continue reading
Oluwaseyanu (‘Seyanu) Basorun is an Applied Geology undergraduate of the Federal University of Technology, Akure. He hopes he will graduate in the future to become a successful geologist, applying his knowledge to make his country better. Unfortunately, that dream is now threatened, as ‘Seyanu lies critically ill at the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (Cancer of the blood). He urgently needs to be flown to a cancer specialist hospital in India for treatment.
‘Seyanu urgently needs bone marrow transplant if he is to survive. India is recommended as the place to go. Only N11m is needed to do this and give ‘Seyanu the fighting chance he desires and deserves.
Click here to see a video of Seyanu on the hospital bed gradually emaciating into a skeleton of his old self. One could see through his pain and sunken eyes the resolute determination of a young man willing to live, and putting up a fight for it
They hail from Lagos State, father an engineer/farmer and his mother a teacher. They have two children, ‘Seyanu and his elder sister. The sad turn to their lives began in February this year when ‘Seyanu was diagnosed with the ailment. He has been at OAU Teaching Hospital where, at the moment, he is in a critical state Continue reading