• Life

    How to make non-thinking humans – A recipe

    If you have ever wondered how people who do not think are made, this post is for you. This is a proven method and will work everytime, and anytime. People usually, are those beautiful fragile things that think. We think so much that sometimes it is all we do. But, sometimes, you’ll encounter people who seemed to have stopped thinking, and because I thought you’d want to know how that happened, I made a perfect recipe. Here goes. 1. Give them a tedious, repetitive task that lacks variety: For example, Imagine telling a man to carry a bag of sand from point A to point B. The first time, he’ll…

  • Life,  Personal

    Beginning a Procreate journey

    I recently decided to start drawing again because I am on a quest for fulfillment and one of the mandates of my mission is to recover as many old habits as used to make me happy and drawing is one of them. Long story short, I got Procreate which came recommended by a friend and got to it. I have made some progress in terms of color and shading but I am still very much an amateur. I’ll share some of my drawings as a way to document my progress. 1.GADIT Gadit is the name of the man in this picture. There is nothing spectacular about him but I was trying to…

  • Life

    This my friend, is wisdom

    For contextual reasons, let’s agree that these are the definitions of the two terms. Wisdom : Having Sound judgement. Knowledge: Facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education. Often, you will compare the outcome of two people who have the same resources and realize that one is infinitely better. Many times, wisdom makes the difference. Before I proceed, I must note that this piece does not seek to extol the virtues of wisdom over knowledge. It will do more of highlighting the importance of wisdom despite knowledge. I hope. The main question I’ll answer is which is more important. Wisdom or Knowledge? Here’s the answer. Two brothers set out on a journey to…

  • Software

    Designing and coding the WordPress theme for my blog.

    So I recently designed and coded a theme for my blog, (which uses WordPress CMS) in about 12 days. Here’s the full juicy story. One day, I got bored with the look of my blog. I usually have the overwhelming urge to change my blog’s theme but this is no news. What is news is that I decided to code it myself. The things I needed to do sounded pretty simple Design. Code the Front End – HTML/CSS Convert to WordPress theme For perspective, I am a backend developer which literally means my stack is more NodeJS & PHP than it is HTML/CSS. I mean, I work with front-endish tools like…