Mathematical letter to his charming goddess.


Dear My luv… I may not be good
with words because my English is
not fluent, but What I feel deep
inside my heart persuades me to
express myself mathematically.
Every time I see u, u
simultaneously divide my life into
two equations. Because my
feelings for u cross-multiply on a
daily basis, u inspire me to be
greater than zero. Your smile
keeps me in touch with the
special angles of my heart. You
make me feel relaxed on the X-
axis where Y is equals to zero.
When I come across u, I feel like
I’m turning like a parabola and
meet you on the turning point
where I can utter 3 words to you.
Words that describe the mid point
of my heart. Without u my heart
is like a semi circle.
Because u stole the other half. I
will appreciate if we could come
together and solve for x so that
we both stop to be vertically
opposite and start to be
corresponding angles. I know u
are intelligent enough to
understand that when it comes to
trigonometrical world, because we are all
positive in the
first quadrant

your love, infobestz.

How do you treat your SIBLINGS? FRIENDS? FAMILY? COLLEAGUES


COVER THEM UP INSTEAD OF EXPOSING THEM

After I had cleaned and tidied up my house, my brother phoned me and said, “My wife and I are coming to visit you.”

I went to my kitchen to prepare something for them, but I could not find anything available to serve them.

After much thought and search, all I could lay my hands on were a few oranges. Therefore, I made two cups of cold juice immediately.

When my brother and his wife arrived I was shocked to see his mother-in-law with them, who came to visit us for the first time.

So I served the two cups of juice to his wife and her mother, and I placed a cup of water in front of my brother, saying, ‘I know that you like 7Up.’

He drank a sip and realised that it was water.

And suddenly his mother-in-law said, I’m feeling for 7Up. Please give it to me!

Here I was, baffled and caught up with embarrassment.

But my brother saved me by saying to her, ‘I will bring you a clean glass from the kitchen.’

After a while we heard the sound of a glass breaking in the kitchen. He then came back and told his mother-in-law, ‘Sorry, it fell from my hands and the glass broke. But no problem, I will go to the shop to get another one.

His mother-in-law refused and said, “There is no need for that. It was not meant for me anyway.”

Eventually when they were going, my brother bid me farewell and placed some money into my hand and said, “Don’t forget to clean the kitchen of the 7Up so that ants do not come.” And he bid me farewell with a smile and love.

In this way, my brother considered my feelings and concealed my shortcoming.
THIS IS SIBLING LOVE, AND BLOOD RELATIONSHIP.

When you’re in a position, use it to lift others.
Running anyone down will never make you better!

This is a very touching story.
Let me ask, 👇
How do you treat your
SIBLINGS?
FRIENDS?
FAMILY?
COLLEAGUES, etc

Do you cover-up their shame or you expose them?

A food for thought!
✍

SHUT THE DOOR OF RELATIONSHIP GENTLY, YOU MAY NEED TO USE IT LATER!

A friend told me this personal story of his. I’m sure he will remember if he comes across this post because he is on my friend’s list.

His words….. Many years ago I was working as a clerk at a faculty in one popular university in Nigeria, then I saw an advert for NDA (Nigeria Defence Academy), I have always loved to go to NDA so I applied, submitted my form and was called for admission examination.

I had to travel to Kaduna all the way from Osun State, I have a distant uncle that was resident there then. I wrote a letter(no telephone) to my uncle that I was coming to sit for an exam in Kaduna and would love to stay in their house.

I didn’t get a reply to my letter even as my departure date was approaching. I became so worried because I needed to go anyway, as I was talking to a colleague in the office concerning my fear of where to stay, our office cleaner who was a Hausa man overheard us and in his broken English interjected that he knew someone right inside NDA.

Who could he know there? Is it not a cleaner like himself, I unintentionally said it out to his hearing. “Oga no o, the commandant op za NDA na ma classmate and ma priend”. In his bad handwriting, he scribbled the commandant’s name on a piece of paper. “Just mention my name por am, him go helf you.”

I reluctantly collected the paper from him, not because I intended to make use of it but because I didn’t want him to feel bad.

The next day, I set out on this long journey by train from Osogbo. I got to Kaduna the next day towards evening. Upon getting there, I went straight to my uncle’s house only to find out that they had relocated from that place and no one knew their new address. I became stranded and it was getting late.

Around after 7pm, I made up my mind to give my cleaner’s contact a shot. I got to the gate of NDA and mentioned the name I was given. To my utmost surprise, everyone in that bit, recognized the name and one person was promptly detailed to take me to his office.

I gave the paper where Kabiru wrote his name and that of his friend to the secretary who took it inside. On sighting the paper, the commandant shouted from the office and followed the secretary outside to usher me in. “Where do you know Kabiru?” “He’s my colleague in the office, Sir,” I answered.
“Where is he? How is he? Hope he’s doing well?” This man was asking me many questions in an obvious excitement.

The look on his face confirmed to me that Kabiru was his beloved friend. He asked me what I came to do in Kaduna and I said it was for the NDA exams. “Wow, do you have where to sleep?” “No, sir.” He immediately called someone to take me to his house. On getting to the house, I was lavishly entertained.

This man came late in the night and he woke me up and took me up on tutorials for the next day’s exams. After the exams, he personally drove me to the park the next day.

When I got back to the campus, I began to look at Kabiru with a different eyes. How on earth does this man know such a powerful person? Needless to say, my name was number four on the list when the results came out.

Friends, I put it to you today that relationship is a currency. Every man needs another man to move up and that man may be the neighbour you look down on, maybe the taxi driver you so despise or even the house help you think is a nobody today.

Relationship is a stream of income. Everything in life actually reproduces on the basis of relationship. Those we know in life matter. Most of us are talented but we need a cupbearer that will tell Pharaoh that there’s a Joseph that can interpret dreams.

There are some heights you may never get to in life until someone tells someone about you. Therefore, shut the door of relationships gently. You may need to use it tomorrow.

Let us take our relationships seriously. Even if you meet online, don’t look down on anyone. You never can tell which of the relationships is your own key to success.

Have a Blessed day.

32. Precautions for your son.

  1. Never shake a man’s hand sitting down.
  2. Don’t enter a pool by the stairs.
  3. The man at the BBQ Grill is the closest thing to a king.
  4. In a negotiation, never make the first offer.
  5. Request the late check-out.
  6. When entrusted with a secret, keep it.
  7. Hold your heroes to a higher standard.
  8. Return a borrowed car with a full tank of gas.
  9. Play with passion or not at all…
  10. When shaking hands, grip firmly and look them in the eye.
  11. Don’t let a wishbone grow where a backbone should be.
  12. If you need music on the beach, you’re missing the point.
  13. Carry two handkerchiefs. The one in your back pocket is for you. The one in your breast pocket is for her.
  14. You marry the girl, you marry her family.
  15. Be like a duck. Remain calm on the surface and paddle like crazy underneath.
  16. Experience the serenity of traveling alone.
  17. Never be afraid to ask out the best looking girl in the room.
  18. Never turn down a breath mint.
  19. A sport coat is worth 1000 words.
  20. Try writing your own eulogy. Never stop revising.
  21. Thank a veteran. Then make it up to him.
  22. Eat lunch with the new kid.
  23. After writing an angry email, read it carefully. Then delete it.
  24. Ask your mom to play. She won’t let you win.
  25. Manners maketh the man.
  26. Give credit. Take the blame.
  27. Stand up to Bullies. Protect those bullied.
  28. Write down your dreams.
  29. Always protect your siblings (and teammates).
  30. Be confident and humble at the same time.
  31. Call and visit your parents often. They miss you.
  32. The healthiest relationships are those where you’re a team; where you respect, protect, and stand up for each other.

PHILOSOPHY ABOUT TOO MUCH

  1. If you speak too much, you will lie.
  2. If you think too much,you will be depressed..
  3. If you cry too much, you will lose your sight.
  4. If you love too much, you will be lost.
  5. If you care too much,you will be taken for granted.

6.If you play too much, You will not be taken serious often.

7.If you trust too much, you will be betrayed.

8.If you work too much, You will die of stress.

9.If you eat too much, You will be obsessed.

10.If you sleep too much, You will be idle.

  1. If you spend too much, You will have no future.

12.If you wear make up too much, You will lose your beauty.

13.If you look too much, You will lose your focus.

14.If you pursue life too much, you will lose everything.

BUT……….

  • When you pray too much, You will have everything.

*When you are patients too much, you will have the whole world.

*When you invest too much, You will have your future guaranteed.

*When you let go too much, you will have peace of mind.

*When you are careful too much, you will be saved of many evils.

*When you serve God too much, you will receive unlimited and unspeakable reward and testimony.

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NPower Online CBT Test. Read This Information Immediately if you have not written your online CBT test.

The President Buhari-led government, collectively with the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs has these days launched a new enrolment Npower portal for all Batch C candidates. According to the Federal Ministry, the new enrolment portal, which operates below the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS), used to be designed to make superb transparency, institutional reminiscence and dynamic have an affect on evaluation of the N-Power cluster.

It is no longer a fairytale that NPOWER have officially invited people that utilized for closing yr BATCH C Program to log on to the website and write their CBT test. Many candidates are ignorant of how the portal operates, If you have been attempting to write your take a look at then again however it doesn’t exhibit up then do not fear this article is here to assist you. All quintessential records wanted used to be as soon as gathered with the aid of one of the candidates who truely done taking his CBT test. The following is the manner for this:

1. Kindly visit http://www.nasims.gov.ng

2. Click on log in

3. Go to forgot password

4. Enter the electronic mail you used for the NPOWER software final 12 months and send.

6. After putting your password, log into the internet site as soon as greater and log in with your email and new password. Then replace your documents and click on on take test.

Also Note the following;

2. If you did now not get keep of a hyperlink in your email, wait for a couple of hours, it takes a little time to get the mail attimes.

3. Don’t take the check except updating your data on the portal.

Wishing you all the best. Feel free to comment. We’ll assist you with any questions you have. Good success once again. 

Good news to those that applied for Npower batch C.

The ministry of humanitarian affairs had earlier made a publications that the Npower batch c has been launched.

As shown by the below photo which was taken from twitter.

Meanwhile it is advisable that they prepare for a test which will be conducted for the respective batch C applicants.

More screenshot below.

As reported by nneka ikem she said Npower batch c to be launch to on the NSIP_NG management system platform which is NASIMS.

Therefore it a good news for the applicants of Npower batch c.

To this very end the Npower batch C has just been launched. And to all batch C applicants should take note of the new development by the ministry of humanitarian affairs.

Like and follow this page for more information.

Child’s play you must miss when you were still a kid.

OYA​ SWEAR​ SAY​ U​ NEVA​ DO​ ANY​ OF​ THIS​
1.- if u didn’t kill earthworm with salt.
2.- if u didn’t play rubber band.
3.- if u neva bath in the d rain.
4.- if nobody told u about india vs nigeria 99-1
5.- if u did not sleep on the couch and woke up
on the bed.
6.- if u didn’t throw ur milk teeth on the roof
for lizards to take it
and give you new ones.
7.- if u didn’t just wash your legs n hands
instead of bathing before going to school.
8.- if u didn’t act film inside uncompleted
buildings or under d bed with friends.
9.- if u have never flew a kite.
10.- if u didn’t use your two legs to build houses
with sands.
11.- if u never wrote your name on a
paper and
insert it into your
pen so that no one will steal it.
12.- if u didn’t close the fridge door really slowly
and see when the light went off.
13.- if u neva waved at white birds expecting
your nails to be whiter.
14.- if u didn’t hear of ghost that stays under
mango trees at night.
15.- if u never drove a single car tyre with stick
and call it a car.
16.- if u never mix garri and sugar in ur pocket
and eat it while walking on the street.

  1. if u never did mama n papa play e.g cooking
    leaf and sand without fire.
    18.- if u didn’t play table soccer with bottle
    cover.
    ……..then i guess ur childhood was not fun!….
    Do you knw it is not jangilova epo motor? it is
    JINGLE OVER
    LIKE A MOTOR! i bet u don’t knw. don’t be shy. i
    didn’t knw either until i grew up.
    ….am sure 99.9% of nigeria Adult doesn’t knw
    dat nursery rhyme “sandalili sandalili” is actually
    “standard living
    standard living”
    i knw u are singing it now again, smiles…
    ***Confess u are guilty? hahahahaha! keep
    sharing d fun and
    laugh it off. ***%
    Don’t break dis chain share it to
    all ur skul
    n playing mate 2 remember dem of their
    childhood memories…

See How People Welcomed Trump Into Florida After He Left The White House

Former President Donald Trump left the White House barely 24 hours ago and headed to Florida. He was received by a large number of people who were also his supporters, they were waiting to see him after he landed in Florida.

Trump subbed President Joe Biden’s inauguration and before he boarded the Air Force One for the flight to Florida, he told his supporters that “he loves them, he would be back in some form and he would see then very soon.” The love that Trump supporters have for him is still very strong and they proved it when he arrived in Florida. Hundreds of his supporters went to wait by the road to welcome the ex president, they were carrying flags and banners with his name on it.

Check out the photos below

Trump was also spotted waving to the hundreds of his supporters who welcomed him into Florida. According to The Palms Beach Post, hundreds of Trump supporters lined up and cheered as Trump’s motorcade traveled from Palm Beach International Airport to his new residence, Mar-a-Lago on Palm Beach.

You can watch the full video below

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Donald Trump is now living in his massive Mar-a-Lago estate on an island off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida. Here are a few photos of his new residence below

Now that Joe Biden is the 46th President of the United States and Donald Trump is a private citizen, do you think the president would adapt to his new life? Do you also think that Trump might run for president again in 2024 if the Senate doesn’t convict him?

Share your opinions below

Nigerian women has just made an history.

Last night as at 1:20am from my end, while going through some Facebook post and news, I came across Vanguard online news which reported of 100 global outstanding nurses and midwives amidst this covid-19 pandemic.

Among the 100 global outstanding nurses and midwives were four (4) women that top the list in Nigeria. As I read along, the first person was from my own Delta state, then follows by the second name (Edidiong Asanga.) I paused for a while and said to myself, could this be my own Jahdiong Asanga or someone else?

I continued reading to a point where it was said that, Edidiong Asanga is the only nurse and midwife in her area who uses American and Nigeria sign language to communicate with hearing impaired patients, who has also worked to improve healthcare access and inclusivity in hearing impaired patients and also training other nurses in ASL and NSL.

As I read to this point, my mind told me not to read further anymore, as I was fully convince that it was my own Jahdiong Asanga.

As I immediately visited your page to congratulate you on your global acknowledgement and achievement, I noticed you were online with a post you already made like 5 minutes ago, where you posted that, if anyone could help inform your mom that you’ve been globally recognized among the 100 global outstanding nurses. It was then, I chatted and congratulated you.

I promise to personally celebrate you on my wall on your great achievement, hence this article.

Your achievement reminded me once again the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson when he said: “IF YOU BUILD A BETTER MOUSETRAP BETTER THAN YOUR NEIGHBOR, EVEN IF YOU LIVE IN THE WOOD, THE WORLD WILL BEAT THEIR PATH TO YOUR DOORSTEP”.

Does the Bible also not made in clear in Proverbs 22:29 (a) which says: “Have you seen a man skillful at his work? He will stand before kings” Your and other three women has truly stood before the kings of the world.

Your name was written on a global marble on the 11th January 2021 due to your hardwork in the Healthcare sector, and the world truly beat their part to your doorsteps.

History will never forget you and other three women in a hury, as you’re among those who brought the name of Nigeria once again into limelight and world centre of gravity for a worldly recognition.

You didn’t only used your blue and red pen to write chart and taken off orders at work, but you personally wrote your name and lining it with red pen for proper recognition.

I join the medical kings of the world in congratulating and celebrating you and other three women nurses. Congratulations my darling friend and sister Edidiong Asanga.

Signing out is yours sincerely,

Infobestz

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