What happened?

What happened to our love?
And what happened to you?
You’re now a different person;
I don’t recognize you;
You are silent!
You don’t talk as you did;
You look at me as if
You don’t see;
I am worried and confused;
Totally confused.
Where is the love
That was flowing like a river,
In your heart for me?
How did it dry up so fast?
Explain to me;
It is hard to understand;
Will you be kind enough,
To explain to me?
Take your time, let me know;
Explain to me!


We grow you grow Challenge no 2

Day 2 We grow you grow challenge

Welcome to day 2 of our challenge, “We grow you grow challenge”.

Today, we are asking you to give us your appreciation or explanation of any of the following or both quotes:

1. Ninety-nine percent of failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses. George Washington Carver.

2. “When a winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”; when a loser makes a mistake, he says, “It wasn’t my fault..” John Mason.

You may tell us how you understand the quote; in what way it touches you; whether or not it inspires you; and what responsible action you may wish to take as a result of reading this quote. You must not answer all the questions.

After receiving your comment, we will visit your site and leave at least a‘like’ and a comment.

We Grow you grow challenge no 1

Introduction We grow you grow challenge

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Who can find an answer? Can you? Tell us, no 10

When a young person goes wayward, who is to blame?

Is it the young person in question? The parents?
The teachers?
The school?
The young person’s environment?
Or their peers?

This raises the whole issue of child-upbringing which some people say, because it is poorly done, is responsible for the negative direction the world is taking.

The argument is that if children are well brought up, they will not be authors of evil; and thus, will not be contributors to evil in the world.

When they are badly brought up, they become wayward, and contribute to the evil in the world. Thus, this poor child-upbringing which is everywhere, explains the growing evil in the world.

What are your thoughts?