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What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 5:47pm On May 02
What Lekan Babalola said about Ayinla Omowura

"Priviledge to have seen the Grandmaster of Pfunk live too at an Ogun Ajobo festival at Agege in the mid 70s. His performance was off the chain, great Worshipful Master of the Ayan linage, late Pa Adewole Oniluola ( His soul shall rest in groove), was on form that day. Playing the old drum syllabus and directed the band with his talking drum. late Great Anigilaje was a musical wordsmith that left us a lot of work behind, that we are yet to embark on as a module for music in education, especially for African/Yoruba Jazz Poetry . He was a lyricist that created a form, when there wasn't any form. Rest in PFunk, Earl of Ikijia🎼🖤🎼🌹"

Lekan Babalola is a musician and Percussionist who has won 2 Grammy Awards

In 2006, Lekan Babalola became Nigeria's first Grammy Award winner for his work on Ali Farka Touré's In the Heart of the Moon which he was credited in three tracks. He also won a second Grammy in 2009 for his work on Cassandra Wilson's 2008 album titled Loverly

Re: What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 8:26pm On May 25
Profound
A rat swallowed a diamond and the owner of the diamond contracted a man to kill the rat.

When the rat hunter arrived to kill the rat there were more than a thousand rats bunched up and one sitting by itself away from the pack.

He spotted and killed the one sitting by itself and to the owners surprise, it was the exact one that had swallowed the diamond.

The amazed owner of the diamond asked:
How did you know it was that rat?

He responded: Very easy…. When idiots get rich they don’t mix with others!
Re: What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 8:48pm On May 25
SOME HARD FACTS ABOUT THE WORKPLACE.

1. Your boss is not your friend. Regardless of how close you both are, learn to set PROFESSIONAL boundaries.

2. Walls have ears. Be careful who you confide in at work. A listening ear could also be a flippant mouth.

3. Your employer is now concerned about RESULTS. How you get the JOB done is up to you. No excuses.

4. There is always that one person/ group of persons feeding the boss with happenings in the office. Some employees brief go beyond the official ( except in work cultures where such act is expressly frowned upon). Be guided.

5. When you get withdrawn from PROJECTS or someone is asked to understudy you or you get demoted without cogent reason(s), that may be a cue you'd soon be shown the exit door.

6. As much as you can, keep your private life away from COLLEAGUES. You might be under INVESTIGATION for achieving some personal great feat without you even knowing.

7. Somebody your colleagues may not even like you, it could be the way you LOOK, DRESS, SPEAK, your capabilities, accomplishments at work, your aura or for some weird reasons and that is fine. Everybody cannot like you, so accept that.

8. Pay attention to body language, tone, pitch and pace of voice from your team members, colleagues or your boss. They may provide important cues to what isn't expressly said. Studies have shown that emotions,likes and dislikes are communicated via 38% para- verbal and 55% non verbal. Only 7% are communicated via verbal communication.

9. There will always be that " exceptional colleague" who gets the job done, gets the recognition and praises. Don't let that feeling of DISDAIN or inadequacy set in. See what that person is doing differently, how they do it and learn. You'll become a better person. Be open to LEARNING.

10. While the workplace should foster POSITIVE VALUABLE RELATIONSHIPS, your primary aim is to get the job done and go home. Don't forget that.

EYA Oliver Uchenna®️
Re: What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 9:12am On May 27
You're still young. Invest your time to serve somewhere and in some way. Your time is more valuable than money.

The allocation of equal 24 hrs to everyone alive, healthy and free is one of the fairness and justness of life.

Anyone skilled at something spent quality time learning it. Quality time....quality attention. Quality patience. Quality persistence. All of which require time as currency.

Even your ability to write articulately....your ability to abuse...insult....complain...whine and sulk required investment of time.

Anyone really doing well at anything that's not optics devoted and invested quality time to attain, achieve or become.

The same time some are investing in learning, reflecting, cultivating useful habits, working/service is the same time others invest in gossips, drama, fault-finding, petty conspiracies, sulking, blaming, whining and unfruitful defiance. There is a reward from whatever you are investing your time. Unfortunately, most of us desire the rewards of others while investing our own time elsewhere.

I know people who know about all the drama and gossip about artists while others have used that same time and online presence to learn valuable things and collaborate productively. They have the same time...the same internet and the same access but different outcomes.

You are young…and your greatest priority and concern in life is to exhibit defiance all the time just to prove that you have a mind of your own. And where has the mind of your own led you? Mental health issues.
Re: What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 11:11am On Jun 09
ARE YOU 40 YEARS OLD & ABOVE?
THEN, THIS IS FOR YOU.

1. Avoid sleeping anywhere.

2. Don't ever lock yourself up alone in your room at night.

3. Don't be too busy/tired to take your drug(s), especially before retiring to bed.

4. Take to your Doctor's directive/advice, especially on what to eat or not what to eat or do.

5. Ageing is not a sickness, it's a natural process.

6. Avoid loneliness at all cost.

7. Make yourself happy, no matter the circumstances, because life goes on with or without you.

8. Reach out to people or places of interest, for as long as your strength could carry/allow you.

9. Be less rigid/ conservative about issues and circumstances.

10. Make people around you happy, but not at the expense of your joy.

11. Chase wealth less, rather, love to enjoy that much you have stored up over time.

12. Be prayerful and less materialistic.

13. Always have a bottle of water by your bedside.

14. Be grateful to God at all times.
Life is good. Do have a great day.
Re: What 2 Grammy Award Winner Said About Ayinla Omowura by moscobabs(m): 9:08am On Jun 14
Do you want to live right, or do you want to be right?

That's a question that requires deep determination and introspection. This question profoundly changed my course in life. I used to believe that every argument had to be won, and every struggle had to be dominated. Winning was my priority, and I thought that being right was the ultimate goal. However, one day, during a moment of reflection, I asked myself this crucial question: Do I want to live right, or do I want to be right?

This introspection led me to realize that constantly striving to be right in every situation was exhausting and often detrimental to my relationships and overall well-being. It made me reflect on the true value of being right compared to living a life of integrity, understanding, and compassion. I began to see that being right all the time was not as important as living a life aligned with my values and principles.

If we all take a moment to reflect on this question, our lives could become much easier and more fulfilling. Imagine a world where people prioritize understanding and harmony over winning arguments. It would lead to more meaningful relationships, better communication, and a greater sense of community.

Giving reasoning and thoughtful reflection a chance allows us to see beyond the immediate gratification of winning an argument.

And the fact is that, momentary victories in arguments will never measure up to the real results of knowledge, wisdom, and rightful living.

Live right, don't be obsessed with being right!

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