The Harlot and the Scarlet Rope-another angle at Rahab

She was dressed for the evening. Her house on the wall was a hotspot for travelers who wished to procure her services. Painted lips, drawn brows, dimpled cheeks, dimmed light, a glass of wine and some perfume. The perfect magnet, the perfect recipe no man could resist. She  was into the oldest profession known to … Continue reading The Harlot and the Scarlet Rope-another angle at Rahab

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"Subtle- thats the word". Krishna described with pains, the discrimination he faced daily in England. "It's like it's a holy crime to be different" Chinedu's experience wasn't so much much different, only extreme. "I was greeted with hostility everywhere I went" he recalled as he narrated his encounters as an Igbo trader in Kano, Northern … Continue reading We all say