Peptalk With NativeDr, NII: "One Way"

The test of life is not so much in the extent of loss, as in, the expense in cost(selah).

The best of life is not so much in the first in line, but, in the rest made divine(selah).

Our rest in life is not so much in the quantity of our vanity, but, in the sanity of our humanity(selah).

Friends, the chest of nature is not so perturbed by the demands of purity, as with, the remands of disunity(selah! selah!)

Hmm, ...

even, the guests we serve today, are not so much relatives of negligence as they are: 'digestives of incontinence'.

"Su-su b3 b3, insu b3", the volatile Voltairian disciple chants.

"Mpumtu Sh3n S3n, mputu S3", the collateral colloquial contemporary recounts!

Truly, the vertebrates vibration voices veneration; most admittedly, "those invertebrates" insinuation intimates inveteration.

As if all I have said matters, NO IT DOESN'T!!!

For had I learnt earlier to be simple, I would have known the secret of life's peace:

That, the secret to life's peace is "One Way"


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Nii Dartey

I am Shadrack Akrofi-Quarcoo (a.k.a. Kwabena Dartey). I am a trainee ‘Philosopher, Transformational Speaker, Author, Poet, Song writer, Teacher and Visionary.’ I hold First Degree in Economics/Philosophy from University of Ghana, Legon, Postgraduate certificate in Project Management from Graduate Institute of Management (GIM), and Certificates in Finance & Financial Markets, Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) and N.G.O Management from Cambridge Centre of Excellence (CCE).

I am the founder/Coach of the Gold Empire Foundation (GEF). I have had useful experience working with development oriented organizations as the United Nations (UN), African Rights Initiative International (ARII), Forever Living Products (FLP), Enterprise Life Assurance, just to mention a few.

My field of interest in my speaking/ creative writing career is in HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD). Through my Speaking, Teaching, Writing and Coaching career, I have helped several hundred YOUTHS to reach varying levels on the critical path of Human Capital Development. The critical path involves: (I) discovery (ii) developing (iii) maximizing (IV) Deploying or using, their endowments, talents/skills and abilities.

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