Day 21 (Tales by MoonWright)

A lot has happened in the past one year. The good, the bad and the ugly. A rollercoaster ride indeed. I have done and become things I once hated or spoke against. Thankfully, I’m presently undoing and unbecoming some of these things. I have lost sight of my true identity. There were times I would […]

Day 20 (Tales by MoonWright)

If I wrote this yesterday, I most likely would have written about how my favourite kind of people are people generally. How I enjoy interacting with people, to pick their brains on different issues – life, faith, music, football, environment, arts, etc. To genuinely learn about them and their backgrounds. I would have also written […]

Day 19 (Tales by MoonWright)

My day hasn’t gone as planned. I didn’t meet anybody that needs encouragement, so tonight’s tale is just going to be about how my day went. I expected to have a chilled and relaxed day, reading Shoe Dog by Phil Knight and watching Line of Duty on Netflix. But I’m yet to do any of […]

Day 18 (Tales by MoonWright)

“Hard-work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.” – Kevin Durant When Kevin Durant said this in a movie some years ago, I felt it. Then I remember Dr Myles Munroe said the richest place in the world is the graveyard. Graveyards are filled with a wealth of untapped potential, filled with raw talents […]

Day 17 (Tales by MoonWright)

My WhatsApp profile status says, “Resist the temptation to stress me” and Lord knows I mean every word. This is because I get tired of things easily, especially when some form of stress enters. I’m ‘stressophobic.’ I think this is the reason why I could relate with my brother from another mother, Jon Snow, when […]

Day 16 (Tales by MoonWright)

You probably checked what today’s challenge would be about and looked forward to reading about someone greatly inspiring, an icon or a legend perhaps. A shaker of nations. An overcomer. A great achiever. Someone with a story worth writing and reading about, someone that has seen the unseeable, heard the ‘unhearable,’ and faced the unfaceable. […]

Day 15 (Tales by MoonWright)

I have been in church services where when the leader enjoins the congregation to pray for people, the tempo is low, but it suddenly increases when asked to pray for our destiny helpers to locate us. Our voices increase as though the higher the volume, the quicker and more accurate the GPS of our destiny […]

Day 14 (Tales by MoonWright)

I was almost not going to write anything today. This is because I couldn’t think of five or even any thing outrightly weird I like. Wow, I’m a sane and normal person after all, I thought. And ‘weird’ is relative. Person wey de crase no sabi say im de crase. Anyway, I finally remembered one […]

Day 13 (Tales by MoonWright)

I miss playing football. I also miss playing video games. These two, growing up not exactly being an only child but also an only child, felt like family to me. I didn’t know it then, but as I write this, it’s all coming back.  They were my escape from the things I was exposed to […]

Day 12 (Tales by MoonWright)

Nothing fascinating has happened today, but let me tell you about something that happened some days ago on my way to work. I prefer taking the BRT buses these days, especially the new blue ones. They have that ‘abroad in Lagos’ experience. The red Lag buses have failed me more than once — developing an […]