My Scrapbook Of Twenty – a journal by ade

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The self-published writer of the acclaimed drama titled “The Bank Job” bares his thoughts on a range of topics; racism, politics, education, love, and some others in this book of thought. He hopes that by sharing this journal, he could show others how these thoughts are animated as the lives we lead; moment by moment, day by day.

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The self-published writer of the acclaimed drama titled “The Bank Job” bares his thoughts on a range of topics; racism, politics, education, love, and some others in this book of thoughts. He hopes that by sharing this journal, he could show others how these thoughts are animated as the lives we lead; moment by moment, day by day.

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2 reviews for My Scrapbook Of Twenty – a journal by ade

  1. oluwasanmionemano@gmail.com'

    Oluwasanmi

    It’s a great book, I like the writer’s point of view and would agree with him on most of it.
    Although I would have loved it if he at least said something about women.

  2. agbikimietherberth@gmail.com'

    Agbikimi Etherberth

    It’s really nice seeing someone organize their thoughts and opinions, putting them down on paper and sharing it with the world to see.
    The book however holds the thoughts of just one person and his opinions on the selected topics, some of which I find very profound. I would have loved if he shared his thoughts about women though.
    My thought however on the topic “life” is that a person’s thought process can indeed be influenced. A thought process doesn’t just happen, it is formed by series of episodes and experiences in a person’s life.
    A person’s thought process determines how they’d turn out in life and in the words of the author, “…how you turn out in this life they say is to be a product of where you’ve been and what your eyes
    have seen; an indisputable fact…” This means that while you cannot tell a person how to live their lives, how they live their lives can be influenced because I believe that people’s thought process can be influenced.

    Thank you so much once again for sharing your thoughts with us.

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