The Blind Eye
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'Blind Eye' is about a young boy who grew up in a poor community of Bayelsa. He dropped out of school because of poverty in the land. Eyere, also known as Eye, went to Lagos for greener pasture. He met some friends and family who gave him an uplift. He succeeded as a rich man and got himself in so many societies that got him killed. He died a usual death.

The lesson taught in this book 'Blind Eye' was focused on the youth of the 21st century who can do anything for money, fame and power. They should limit their enthusiasm for desperation cause and follow the gradual process of acquiring it.

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Date de parution 20 novembre 2018
Nombre de lectures 16
EAN13 9788829555383
Langue English

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The Blind Eye
By
Nwasolu Celestine Ikechukwu
Copyright 2018 by Nwasolu Celestine Ikechukwu.
For more information about the author, write to the author from youngauthorfoundation@gmail.com.
All rights reserved. Except for use in any review, the reproduction or utilization of this work in whole or in part, in any form by any electronic, mechanical or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including xerography, photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, is forbidden without the written permission of the author or the publisher.
Table of Contents
Title Page
Copyright Page
PREFACE
CHAPTER 1: POVERTY IN THE LAND
CHAPTER 2: NO MAN NO EXISTENCE
CHAPTER 3: TRUE PERSISTENCE
CHAPTER 4: EXPLORING ON A JOURNEY
CHAPTER 5: DESPERATION TO CAUSE OF WEALTH
CHAPTER 6: PRAISE TO ENDURED
CHAPTER 7: EYERE GOT TITLE
CHAPTER 8: OPPORTUNITY NOT FORGOTTEN
CHAPTER 9: ENDLESS DESIRE CAGED
CHAPTER 10: KARMA TO BE WITH
CHAPTER 11: NO TURNING POINTS
CHAPTER 12: LOST FOR HAPPINESS
CHAPTER 13: TO REAP WHAT YOU SOW
CHAPTER 14: REST IN PEACE
READING GROUP GUIDE
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
SUMMARY OF THE BOOK
PREFACE


B LIND EYE IS ABOUT a young boy who grew up in a poor community of Bayelsa. he dropped out of school because of poverty in the land,. Eyere also known as Eye went to lagos for greener pasture. he met some friends and family who gave him an uplift. He succeeded as a rich man and got himself in so many societies that got him killed. He died an usual death.
The lesson taught in this book Blind Eye was focused on the youth of the 21 st century who can do anything for money, fame and power. They should limit their enthusiasm for desperation cause and follow the gradual process of acquiring it.
CHAPTER 1: POVERTY IN THE LAND


A YOUNG MAN NAMED EYERE left his home town in Bayelsa to the city of Lagos for the sake of husting. He stopped at level 5 in high school. His parents could not afford to meet up with his school needs. In the family of seven Eyere was the fourth and third male child. He left home for the city after the situation at hand was unbearable and clear. He had an aunty whom resides in Lagos with her very own family. So, he entangled himself to the city of Lagos. Aunty Iyabefa and her husband her very famous and generous for their good sense of humor. They had a son whose name was Tombary, about five-years old whom was called to the living room to welcome his cousin.
Iyabefa and her husband are average earners, they are both into petty business and teaching as a profession. They lived to the comfort of their abundance, Iyabefa gave him orientation about Lagos life, she tells him to make good friends and insisted that lateness outside is not tolerated, it was because of their environment at Ipaja. Eyere obscure the advice because he was very hungry at the moment. His in-law offered him opportunity to further school but he chooses to go into trade at fifteen. He thinks it was the best idea for children to grow. Also it undermines the change in the environment. School was seen as sheer waste of time for the common men because whosoever they read in colleges will still make them look for jobs of minimum wages if they would found at all. Eyere greeted Pale and Maale off before he joined the truck that took him to his destination.
CHAPTER 2: NO MAN NO EXISTENCE