Category - From the Past

THE LAUREL AND THE SPRING

THE LAUREL AND THE SPRING 
By Uthman Shodipe
There is no fathoming the ways of the gods. No perfect sighting of the augural contents. Truly, Providence has a...

THE LUCIFERIAN PARADOX

THE LUCIFERIAN PARADOX
By Uthman Shodipe
BECAUSE of the verifiable finality of its content, because of the defined comprehensive focus of its summation which...

BACK FROM WONDERLAND

BACK FROM WONDERLAND
By Uthman Shodipe
THEY are now back from Won­derland. The lustrous imagin­ings had waned in Emerald City, the gaiety removed from...

PARABLE OF THE CORMORANT

PARABLE OF THE CORMORANT
By Uthman Shodipe
THERE is something ulti­mately bewildering about the mercenary tribe. This inheres in ab­solute desensitization...

THE PRISONER IN US

THE PRISONER IN US
By Uthman Shodipe
SOMEWHERE in some dark, harrowing confines, shuttered in the grimy shadows of concrete and blanket despair, flung in a...

THE DAY AFTER

THE DAY AFTER
By Uthman Shodipe
It was the day after. And yet the cometh did not run. There was no disturbance in nature. There were no convulsions in the...

THE MISSION OF SCHOLARSHIP

THE MISSION OF SCHOLARSHIP
By Uthman Shodipe
 
IT was the Bostonian orator John Fitzgerald Kennedy   who once spoke of the vision of truth as an artis­tic...

THE FINITUDE OF CAESARS

THE FINITUDE OF CAESARS
By Uthman Shodipe
IN the dark days of Rome when  the mighty imperators reposed in a divine despotic magnification, when power was...

TYRANNY OF THE LITTLE MAN

TYRANNY OF THE LITTLE MAN
By Uthman Shodipe
THERE is a persisting tradi­tional fallacy which invokes the strong in a sweeping, triumphant totality;...