Big Ben

Big Ben
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Recent pages by Big Ben

Continuing my look back at African history. A group of plucky farmers take on a colonial power in a bid to preserve their identity, gain independence, and to fight for what they believe is theirs.
Seeing that it's Black History Month, I figured that I could look back at a pivotal time in black history, the Atlantic Slave Trade. This look back is done with the aim of not just showing how far black people have come, but society as a whole.
My tale of overcoming apathy to gain perspective. I hope you folks can use this to take a hard look at yourselves and see if YOU need perspective.
Folks, you don't need motivational speakers as you are your best motivator.
The story of Jephthah proves that there are some things you can't take back.
The story of a woman’s heroic decision to kill a man while he slept.
A look back at the weirdest job interview I ever had.
A critique of one of my favourite shows: Crossing Over with John Edward
An observation of the way Hollywood writes characters to act in a different way to how people normally would
A couple of lessons I learnt whilst attending the University of Hard Knocks. I urge younger people who have lived sheltered lives to take note.
My obligatory "stay away from drugs" tale. I hope it helps people just how bad drug use can get. Big ups to the people who are continuing their abstinence from drugs, especially seeing how easy they can draw you in and bigger ups to the people who have walked away from drug addiction.
A look at the Book of Deuteronomy and the death of Moses
A look back at the journey I had to take in order to change from who I was to who I currently am.
A look at problems faced by many African countries.
The power of perseverance goes a long way. This is a personal experience I'd like to share that I think people can somewhat relate to.
An allegory of the previous relationship I shared with a beautiful but toxic "lady".I hope it can open some eyes to see just how cruel the life of an addict can get.
The Inquisitions were notorious for their ability to induce terror in non-Catholic communities and was highly efficient in its mission. It was also known to be incredibly cruel, using torture, murder, arson, and other forms of destruction and control to accomplish its mission.
An angry monk, a corrupt papacy, a revolt, some people being thrown out of a window, the Thirty Years War, reforms in society and the formation of different denominations.
God and Moses give a new take on the matter of customer service.
Basically, Onan refuses to follow the law of the Old Covenant by refusing to birth a child with his dead brother's wife and the Good Lord decides to kill him.
The handling of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill reveals a larger problem in society
A look back at a rough patch I went through during the year.
How an error cost a company $225 million by selling 610,000 shares instead of one.
A look back at the terrible 2014 that Malaysia Airlines went through.
Mr. Gerald Ratner, CEO of Ratner's Group (Now Signet Group) kills his company’s evaluation with a poorly told joke.
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