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Following the words of the great Greek philosopher, Socrates, ‘Employ your time by improving with other men’s writings so that you can gain easily what others labored hard for’, Mr. Ben, as he is fondly called, is poised to impact humanity in all spheres of life and human recognition. With his knowledge zenith, he is willing to disseminate valued and ageless information to all interested persons, groups and organizations-what he toiled to gain over the years.
To depict the literary feat, he has written breath-taking articles that cut across several philosophical divides, all with the aim of entertaining, educating and inspiring readers of varying ages. Mr. Ben has assiduously penned several fiction and non-fiction titles, birthing poetry, short story and drama collections. Simply, he is a published poet, playwright, novelist, essayist and lyricist. In addition, he has written several children’s and stories and plays (screenplayed for animation) for children between the ages of two and twelve years. Also, his plays for young adults (high/secondary school students) are written works available under his literary belt.
Interestingly, his published titles have been turned into screenplays and audio drama podcasts. In search for what a literary fitting, Mr. Ben coined an acrostic, G.A.N.G.S.T.A.R, which stands for Generally Appreciating Notable Genres by Stating Their Applicable Relevance. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, he delights in reading, traveling and meeting people.
About His Titles
Writing is one method for revising Mr. Ben’s outlook on life and observing the world and one’s place therein from an altered perspective. This Nigerian writer changes his world-view by examining fragments of our historical and biological content and by considering the context of human reality from multiple perspectives, which in turn provides him with a more enlightened understanding of human existence. By perceiving the world and humankind’s march into civilization from a more perceptive vantage point, he is more likely to appreciate all aspects of life including the beauty of nature and the historical struggle for human existence. Along with greater understanding of both nature and human history, he gains a more comprehensive understanding of himself, and grasps the futility of despising all of his human failings.
Perceiving the self from a proper vantage point enables him to establish a premeditated and reasoned way to live, set modest personal goals, realizes that struggle, loss, and failure are inevitable, while comprehending life is nonetheless worthy of living.
His works cut across almost every literary category to help improve the cause, shape and existence of humanity; sexuality, science, home affairs, marriage, relationships, friendship, self-help, gender issues, life matters, motivational and inspirational interests, educational/academic matters and many more. Life is a collection of memories and feelings for him. Memories and imaginations allow him to enter the womb of creation, devise the lens through which he translates his surroundings, and creates the spectrum that transliterates his experiences. Experience is the catalyst for all great stories. Mawkish urges Mr. Ben to engage in artistic overtures, he yearns to share with other people a melody of rudimentary experiences and respond to a stabilizing tune strung together with a shared ethos. He walks in parallel strides seeking out equivalent affirmations of his being. He longs to shout out to the world that he once walked this earth; he seeks to leave in his wake traces of his pithy habitation. His unfilled longing propels him into committing senseless acts of self-sabotage and then he desperately seeks redemption from his slippery selves by building monuments to the human spirit. He employs a bewildering blend of conscious and unconscious materials to construct synoptic testaments to his temporal existence. He labors on the canvas of his choosing to scrawl his inimitable mark, fanatically toiling to escape a sentence of total obliteration along with his impending mortality.
Storytelling is an ancient art. The lucent vibes of stories express what we cannot articulate directly.
When we hear someone’s story, we respond to the spark of humanness within ourselves that seeks to come out in the light and greet the world. When we tell the stories of our lives, we give voice to people bereft of speech, we make the persons whom we love or loved immortal, and we pass along our familiarity with the natural and physical world. Mr. Ben succeeded here for establishing his identity by constantly reshaping layers of his inner world by reconnoitering his thoughts, opinions, emotions, observations, and sentiments. Through an act of self-will, a writer builds a sincere world that attends the influx of the spirit. Investigating a person’s innermost feelings on paper allows Mr. Ben, to dispel his fears, expands the depth of his soul by thoughtfully enduring pain and sufferings, spreading love and compassion, quantifying personal expectations of a mortal being, and facing death without remorse and regret. Mr. Ben is simply taking dictation from his soul.