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    Guru — Accra Stay By Plan Prod by Danny Beatz
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    •   Sunday, 10 December 2017
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    Good morning everyone
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 17 hours ago
    LOVE IS AN INVESTMENT
    Written by Counselor Adofoli

    My work gives me the opportunity to speak to people on matters of the heart. Everyone I meet is talking about love, some are looking for love,...
    LOVE IS AN INVESTMENT
    Written by Counselor Adofoli

    My work gives me the opportunity to speak to people on matters of the heart. Everyone I meet is talking about love, some are looking for love, some are leaving their relationship for lack of love.

    Love is painted as a paradise, a city of happiness, a place of perfection, a beautiful melody, like a dream. No wonder a lot of people get into relationship to seek or receive but not to invest.

    How many of us can go into a bank where we have deposited nothing or don’t even have an account, to withdraw money and expect the teller to serve us?

    In this life all good things are difficult to achieve and bad things are very easy to get, thus making it easy to hate and difficult to love. Life is hard and as such relationships are difficult. There are arguments, fights, smiles, tears, ups and downs in every relationship.

    Things are said out in anger, with an attitude, ego and jealousy, but at the end of the day, if you truly love that person, you will stick around through the good and bad.

    To my fellow married pals, marriage is not 50/50. Divorce is 50/50. Marriage has to be 100/100. It is not dividing everything in half but giving everything you’ve got.

    To my friends in relationships, never force your love on someone who doesn't appreciate the gift of your heart. Don't waste your deepest precious feelings and emotions on someone who cannot treasure them.

    If your love is not returned and not cherished, you must have enough respect to walk away and save your heart for someone who returns your love. Save your soul for someone who values and treasures your love and understands your feelings to the core.

    Don't waste your life waiting in expectation for the wrong person to treat you like the queen of his heart, when your king is waiting for you just around the corner.

    To my singles but searching, take your time, there is no race in life, when it's time for souls to meet, there is nothing on earth that can prevent them from meeting, no matter where each may be located. When two hearts are meant for each other, no distance is too far, no time is too long and no other love can break them apart.

    Always remember, Love is the currency of your heart, spend it on people who enrich your life.

    In conclusion, keep this new commandment from God in John 13:34 (CEV) "But I am giving you a new command. You must love each other, just as I have loved you".

    Please share with your friends, someone out there needs this.

    © Counselor Adofoli
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 17 hours ago
    The monk and the prostitute

    A monk lived near the temple of Shiva. In the house opposite lived a prostitute. Noticing the large number of men who visitedher, the monk decided to speak to her.‘You...
    The monk and the prostitute

    A monk lived near the temple of Shiva. In the house opposite lived a prostitute. Noticing the large number of men who visitedher, the monk decided to speak to her.‘You are a great sinner,’ he said sternly. ‘You reveal your lack of respect for God every day and every night.

    Do you never stop to think about what will happen to you after your death?’The poor woman was very shaken by what the monk said. She prayed to God out of genuine repentance, begging His forgiveness. She also asked the Almighty to help her to find another means of earning her living.But she could find no other work and, after going hungry for a week, she returned to prostitution.

    But each time she gave her body to a stranger, she would pray to the Lord for forgiveness.Annoyed that his advice had had no effect, the monk thought to himself:‘From now on, I’m going to keep a count of the number of men who go into that house, until the day the sinner dies.’And from that moment on, he did nothing but watch the comingsand goings at the prostitute’s house, and for each man who went in, he added a stone to a pile of stones by his side.

    After some time, the monk again spoke to the prostitute and said:‘You see that pile of stones? Each stone represents a mortal sin committed by you, despite all my warnings. I say to you oncemore: do not sin again!’Seeing how her sins accumulated, the woman began to tremble.Returning home, she wept tears of real repentance and prayedto God:‘O Lord, when will Your mercy free me from this wretched life?’Her prayer was heard.

    That same day, the angel of death came to her house and carried her off. On God’s orders, the angel crossed the street and took the monk with him too.The prostitute’s soul went straight up to Heaven, while the devils bore the monk down into Hell. They passed each other onthe way, and when the monk saw what was happening, he cried out:‘Is this Your justice, O Lord? I spent my whole life in devotion and poverty and now I am carried off into Hell, while that prostitute, who lived all her life steeped in sin, is borne aloft upto Heaven!’ Hearing this, one of the angels replied: poses are always just.

    You thought that God’s love meant judging the behaviour of your neighbour. While you filled your heart with the impurity of another’s sin, this woman prayed fervently day and night. Her soul is so light after all the tears she has shed that we can easily bear her up to Paradise. Your soul is so weighed down with stones it is too heavy to lift.’

    -Paulo Coelho
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    Yesu adi nkunim — Joe Mettle
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  • I entreat all fans of Manchester United fans to eat their supper right before the game against Manchester City starts.

    — Against Supporters Union

    ASU

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    MARRIAGE IS NOT FOR SMALL BOYS! !!!!!!
    I used to interpret the saying "Marriage is not for small boys" to mean small boys in terms of...
    I saw this somewhere and I decided to share.
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    MARRIAGE IS NOT FOR SMALL BOYS! !!!!!!
    I used to interpret the saying "Marriage is not for small boys" to mean small boys in terms of age, until I visited a female mentor that has been in marriage for 47 years.

    I asked, so what is the secret of your over 47 years in marriage?
    Beaming, she retorted; My son, the expectations you bring into marriage will either spell its doom or success. I married my husband without expectations of enjoying his money or buying cars for me, but with time, my patience, hard work and God-fearing attitude yielded results of getting cars, houses, taking care of our children and all that.

    You see, if a married lady keeps on nagging in the house, she pushes the spirit of her husband from the home. If you make the man unhappy, you make the house uncomfortable.

    So, I married without high expectations from my husband but simply to make him happy always.

    Yes, for the past 47 years, I would be the first to get up from bed and the last to go back to bed. I bath the kids, do devotions with them, prepare breakfast for my husband and boil hot water for him to bath. I iron his clothes he would take to work, kiss him and wish him the best in his daily endeavours.

    I asked my old woman, so then what does the man do in return? She laughed all heart and hearty and replied; You see, this is the mistake you young ones make in marriage.
    YOU DO SOMETHING FOR YOUR HUSBAND OR WIFE AND EXPECT SAME REWARD FROM HIM OR HER, THIS IS WRONG!

    When it becomes your attitude to only please your husband or wife always, the other person responds naturally. Indeed, if nothing touches the palm tree, it doesn't rattle.

    She continued, my son, never carry "how rich or poor your family is" into marriage. After all, you knew very well the status of your family and decided to marry that man or woman.

    Love only compels/leads would-be couples into marriage but it doesn't sustain marriage. Rather, understanding, patience, communication and most importantly, forgiveness sustain every marriage. High expectations are the symptoms of divorce in marriages.

    Sometimes you hear, I want to marry a mother, a business partner, God fearing person etc. You cannot get all your expectations in one person. With time and depending on your relationship, you may get some. So minimise your expectations in marriage.

    To cut the long story short, as too many cooks spoil the broth, she concluded on the mistakes a couple should resist at all cost in marriage:

    1) Never say you have made your wife or husband somebody from a nobody. It hurts. God only used you as an agent for transformation, give the glory to God.

    2) Let the man be head of the home no matter the financial, economic, physical and emotional health situation prevailing in the couple's life whilst the woman exercises diligence in the use of the tongue.

    3) Having children should not be the ultimate objective in marriage. They are given to enhance your marriage. When God delays in giving you a child, have every reason to live a happy marital life.

    4) Sex is a major morale booster after a hard day's stressful life. Try to be sexual beings and not "Angels" in that marriage

    5) Resort to God often and less to men to solve your marital disputes.

    6) Let the women " Make up" their characters much more than they make up their body.

    Indeed, marriage is not for small boys because small boys struggle to forgive, demand everything speedily, lack the patience to wait, have so many friends etc.

    Make every effort to let that marriage work and may God help us.

    Kindly Share to Bless Others

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  • Wealth attracts many friends, but even the closest friend of a "poor' person deserts them.

    — Proverbs 19:4
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 3 days ago
    2018 will certainly be a good year for us. #GodDey
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  • 2018 International Women's Day Celebration for Tertiary Women Across Ghana. Coming Soon....

    #gtwnetwork

    #TTW2018

    #IWD2018
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    For 30mins Airtime.

    I hear you can try it everyday.

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