Idị n’otu is a Nigerian Word for Unity

If I were asked to choose between an invasive procedure of my brain with no anesthesia and small talk with strangers — individuals I’ve known for less than a month — in closed spaces, I’d choose the first option. Small talk is a really awkward exercise, and often pointless, I think, since we usually babble on about stuff that will add no real value to our lives, in addition to it being likely that I won’t see my…

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I am a teacher, essay writer, survivor, foodie, and politically obsessed progressive. ep2ihenetu@gmail.com

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Eze Ihenetu

Eze Ihenetu

I am a teacher, essay writer, survivor, foodie, and politically obsessed progressive. ep2ihenetu@gmail.com

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