E ku ati!
As a Yoruba
boy, I appreciate greeting in the language that appeals so much to my
instinct. I said "It's been a while!" in my dialect. I have been held
down by circumstances beyond my control.
discussion is about two buildings. These buildings are located in the
same part of the town. They were built on the same soil type and they
needed the same materials to erect them. However, one of the buildings
was done by a contractor who cut corners. We all know the result of such
Built structures are planned and built to specification and requirement.
Some of the ways in which we build structures include our families, our
careers, our businesses and our building as it were.
Built structures are the structures that are micro-manage resources,
avoid using required quantity of materials. We can be shoddy in our
preparation for school, life, marriage and other areas of human
endeavor. In building especially, there are many people that had died
"untimely" because the construction firm or the owner is not doing the
Please do not be
shoddy in doing business, family, career, academic and other activities
that you find yourself doing. Whatever is built shoddily is more
expensive than what is solidly built.
We all have a choice!
Labels: Attitudinal Change, Building, Contrast, Grounded, Olutayo Irantiola, Peo Davies, Shoddily Built, Solidly Built, Thorough, Versus Series