August 12, 2014 Paul Thandi 282Comment

I know that some of you were expecting something else and your minds went straight to Gresham’s law where it talks about the tendency of an inferior currency to drive a superior currency out of circulation because of hoarding the superior currency. Unfortunately, this is entirely a different story and has nothing to do with Gresham’s law or anything similar to that. There isn’t worse thing as the money you have been looking for tirelessly, and then it arrives like a tornado, only to find you without a plan. This is captured well by Napoleon Hill in his book Think…

August 8, 2014 Paul Thandi 1Comment

Live lines Originally posted on Qwiklit.com: By May Huang Poets employ various means to get their message across in their poems, ranging from rhyme scheme to alliteration. However, poetic meaning can also be translated visually through a form termed “concrete poetry;” indeed, numerous poets experiment with line breaks and typography to present their work in a way that ‘looks’ the way it is supposed to ‘mean.’ Here are 10 poems whose meanings lie in their appearances: George Herbert – Easter Wings Published in 1633, George Herbert’s Easter Wings is the oldest concrete poem in this list. A poem about flight…

August 8, 2014 Paul Thandi 2Comment

This topic is one of those topics that really trigger my adrenaline to the point of spitting out venomous acute words of vitality. My argument on this field is, and always will be, that direction is more important than speed. Dreams are the maps that give us a sense of direction and without it, no matter how agile we are, we will end up just running in circles. In 2003, FORBES counted only two billionaires in Africa whose numbers had risen to 27 billionaires by the year 2013. Let me give you something to think about and ponder on; What…