MY NEW-FOUND HOBBY

I have found a new hobby. Perhaps you can say due to my idleness… or it may just be ingenuity. This hobby may seem absurd, yet it is most interesting and the results are often hilarious.

The new hobby I’m referring to is the creation of funny memes. This involves the editing of pictures, writing wordings on them to create a special effect and convey strong emotions.

Some of the pictures I used were downloaded while the others, I made myself, by capturing events in a movie (3 idiots and Sherlock Holmes, mainly) with my ‘screencapture’ PC application. Some are written in English, some Nigerian pidgin, and others, Yoruba.

Here are 25 of them:

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Life is a race…

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Remember, Life is a race…if you don’t run fast, you will get trampled !
~ Dr. Viru Sahastrabuddhe, Director of ICE, {3 idiots}.

HIFZ-l-QUR’AN: A LITTLE ARITHMETIC

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As-Salaam ‘alaekum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.!

Just made a little calculation which I’d love to share… especially to those whose wish is to become memorisers of the Holy Qur’an.

A typical Qur’an has 604 pages, let’s say approximately 600.
It also has, at most, 15 lines per page.

Thus:
For a beginner in terms of hifz-ul-Qur’an … memorising the whole Qur’an will take…

* 600 days, i.e. 1.6 years if he memorises a page [15 lines] each day (which is absolutely possible).

* 2.5 years if he memorises 10 lines each day.

* 5 years if he memorises 5 lines each day.

* 8.2 years if he memorises 3 lines each day.

   and

* 12.3 years for 2 lines each day.


This is got by multiplying 600 by 15, dividing the result [9000] by 365 [number of days in a year], and then dividing the result [24.66] by the number of memorised lines per day.

Remember; with sincerity and consistency…you too can become an hafiz.!

“And We have indeed made the Quran
easy to understand and remember;
then is there anyone that will receive
admonition?”
[Quran 54:17]

::Kindly share with others::

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AMMA Muslim !

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I’m a muslim and I’m proudly so. 🙂
::This image was downloaded {as a blank T-shirt} and editted using a mobile application.::

OBITER DICTUM:
Now that I’m through with my first semester examinations … with the couple o’ leisure time that I’ve got on my hand, I should be able to update this blog to a considerable extent, and to your enjoyment by the Grace of God.

Thanks.!

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THE VERDICT

THE VERDICT by AGBAAKIN AMIABLE JERRY

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The garment of innocence is torn.
Virtues have faltered.
Son of noble birth.
Where is your chastity?
Bound in his killing fists with steel.
Led to the jailyard.
I mourn you!
The Magistrate says:
‘Are you guilty or inculpable”
A speckle of suspense glows on everyone’s
face.
Followed by quakes.
From my heart.
The looks of perplexity on the Barristers.
Everybody adjusts his buttocks on the
bench.
Visible thread of sweat courses down the
accused’s brow.
Audu answers;
with verbal dexterity.
But with a soul defiled with Criminality.
‘NO,I Am NOT’
An admix of confusion and suprise.
Thirty minute Recess.
Everybody looks upon the tree of Justice
and pleads.
For an apple fall.
The limbs of Law have paralyzed?
To sanction Criminality.
‘Break’ is over.
The guardian of the Law enters the verdict
room.
Everyone bows.
Not for the Judge.
But for the arrival of Blind Justice.
The defendant pouted his bare chest.
Popped out his fiery eyes.
Slapping Justice on his face.
With on impunity.
His counsel argues weakly.
And dived into realms of fallacy.
The prosecutor vehemented and wooed
Justice.
The Magistrate looks down and frowns.
‘My hands are tied’Said he.
Woe to Audu,woe to criminality.
Woe to larceny and carnage.
Bound to his teeth to the Jailyard.
And jubilatory sighs seek the air.

JUSTICE HAS BEEN KIDNAPPED

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Spoken Word Poetry by political activist
and poet, EFE PAUL AZINO

View on YOUTUBE

Justice has been kidnapped in my country
and nobody’s willing to pay her ransom
She was absent at the tribunal when the
verdict was given,
So the marauders were declared winners,
even though we know the votes were
phantom.
Chaos convulses the land, we’re on the
verge of catastrophe, the tranquility’s been
shattered,
We can’t even piece together the peace,
Justice has been kidnapped somebody
please call the police!
But my friends mock my naiveté
Poets that they are, they blaspheme,
Claiming the patriotic men in uniform are
part of the conspiracy.
Justice has been kidnapped in my country
and nobody’s willing to pay her ransom
When was she last seen? Errrr, I can’t
remember.
She was missing in the years of IBB when
Dele Giwa was blown to pieces,
She was absent when Abacha reigned and
Justice Auta hit the gavel, Saro Wiwa was
hung,
To hell with the critics.
Justice has been missing in my country for
so long,
The 4th republic gave us a made-up
version of her
But she was promiscuous and so wrong,
Worst of all she could see.
Distinguishing between foes and friends of
the government ,
Working through the hands of the EFCC.
Which reminds me,
Nuhu Ribadu was acclaimed her
champion, that dispensation’s faithful
man.
Until wiki leaked, and we heard him sing
like a canary,
Humming a different tune before the
Americans.
In fact, Justice has missing since the 1st
republic when Awo was thrown in prison
for treason,
Since the soil in Oloibiri bled oil,
And the windfall from the boom
accentuated our division.
Believe now
Justice has been lost since Nigeria was
found.
A friend said he saw her at Mile 12, lately
When a pick pocket was mobbed and set
ablaze, maybe
That was Justice, but I’m still not sure,
Cos I see sticky manipulated politicians
and officials roaming free, even on TV,
sitting in the assembly were they make
laws.
Justice come home we miss you,
Justice come back we need you,
Justice we weep for everyday,
Even the Church can’t remember what you
look like
Though for you they fast and pray.
Activists and youths
Tweet, blog, even march on the streets in
protest for you,
But I don’t trust them, cos while their
leaders get famous
I still don’t see Justice free amongst us.
I wrote a poem for you Justice,
But I fear that’s the best I’m willing to do. I
guess I’m just as guilty.
Just as complicit as the politicians and
Judges, the police and all of civil society,
Who speak like they love you, but won’t
dare to bleed
To see you freed.
Justice has been kidnapped in my country
And for her freedom we’re not willing to
pay the cost
But until she’s found
We, my people, will be lost
Justice has been kidnapped in my country
And nobody, not even you, is willing to pay
her ransom.

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

 
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  AS MY BLOG CLOCKS A MONTH TODAY, I WISH TO EXPRESS MY UNMITIGATED GRATITUDE TO EVERYONE, EVERY BLOGGER AND EVERY FRIEND THAT HAS IN ONE OR THE OTHER CONTRIBUTED TO THE PROGRESS OF “A PRODIGY’S RATIOCINATIONS“.
  I WISH TO THANK GOD, WORDPRESS, THE 130 VIEWERS, THE 7 FOLLOWERS, THE 2 AUTHORS apart from myself, THE 3 COMMENTERS AND THE 22 LIKERS. YOU ALL HAVE MADE THE PAST MONTH A MEMORABLE ONE FOR ME.

CREATING THIS BLOG IS ONE OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT THINGS I HAVE DONE THIS YEAR, FOR IT HAS ASSISTED ME IN VARIOUS RAMIFICATIONS. IT HAS ASSISTED ME TO WRITE MORE AND BETTER.
MY AIM IS TO GET UP TO A THOUSAND VIEWS BEFORE THIS YEAR RUNS OUT. OFCOURSE, THAT WAS MEANT TO BE A JOKE. 500 WOULD BE REALLY NICE.
I PROMISE TO CONTINUE TO WRITE NOT JUST READABLE POSTS, BUT INTERESTING, MESMERING AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING ONES… I DO NOT DEEM MYSELF A PROFESSIONAL WRITER but I HOPE TO IMPROVE AS I HAVE A PASSION FOR EXPRESSING MYSELF THROUGH WRITING ON SUBJECTS WORTH DISCUSSING …

ONCE AGAIN, I SAY THANK YOU, THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS!

FROM YOURS FAITHFULLY, ADEBAJO F ADEKUNLE…CHEERS

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