Open doors - welcome, choice, opportunity concept

A door grants access to a person or thing. It is a simple mechanism that allows a person enter or exit a place, a situation, a mindset or in fact run for their lives (fire doors). A door can also be a restriction or prevent access to a place, a building or even a vehicle. Doors can be left fully or partially open or closed.

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Why Do I Want to Get Married?

We live in an era where marriage is glorified (or is it wedding?). Marriage is a great institution and can only be survived when entered into for all the right reasons.

As a family member would say “Marriage is the only institution where you receive your certificate on admission.”

Marriage is not the 1-day or 2-day event where we wear our best clothes and make up, dance and look all shades of awesome. That is the wedding. The marriage starts right after the party. Read more

Customer Service and Satisfaction


Hello Readers,

Hope you are having a great week. Today’s post is about customer service and customer satisfaction.

What is Customer Service?

According to Wikipedia, customer service is the provision of service to customers before, during and after a purchase.

Servicing a customer is an integral part of every purchase or transaction which involves interacting with a customer either internally or externally. It can usually last from a few seconds up to a couple of hours. So, if we all practice and experience it daily in almost everything we do, then why isn’t good customer service the norm? Read more

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter to all our readers.


“For death could not hold him captive. Even in the grave, JESUS is LORD!”

We are redeemed. Hallelujah!
Everything that happened to CHRIST was credited to our account.
JESUS took our oppression and nullified it on the cross.

May the joy of Easter and the victory we have through JESUS continually remain in our lives now and forever. Amen! 🙂

Applying Etiquette In Our Daily Lives



Etiquette, is a French word which, is a code of polite conduct that describes expectations for acceptable behavior within a society, social class, or group.

Basically, I think Etiquette means “doing unto others as you would have them do to you.” This also means respect/regard for the next person. Etiquette is not just about how to cross your legs, or how to speak English. It refers to how you treat others. . You don’t have to know someone to be respectful and nice. Being respectful does not cost you anything. On the contrary, it may help you or your children, even grand and great grand children in the future.


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Warning Signs – Irritation

Hello People,

I hope you had a beautiful week.

I want to bring to your attention a very unusual warning sign that creeps up in relationships; Irritation. Irritation is a good indicator of trouble because it is almost impossible to hide or fake, so the moment it rears its ugly head you know there are issues to tackle. Read more

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