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Tomorrow

Stories about the future.

One Does Not Break The Hand Of A Farmer.

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Reading Time: 6 minutes“Mūrīmi ndaunagūo gūoko.” Said a person who I have neither heard nor seen. I am not even sure if that is the correct way to write what…

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Let Us Not Forget The 80s, 90s & Early 2000s.

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Reading Time: 5 minutesThe air they breathed was contaminated with sadness and death. The environment was littered with desperation and confusion. And the sky? Well it was was pregnant with…

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Men Must Talk.

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Reading Time: 5 minutesIt was a Glenlivet 15 that Joe (not his real name) liked to have when he felt the way he was feeling today. He had concluded that…

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Few Things Last Forever.

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Reading Time: 5 minutesHad he not looked in that direction, Oliver would never have know what the essence of life is. He was not sure whether he had seen a…

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Does Your Wallet Make You Happy?

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Reading Time: 5 minutesOn a little stool near the glass table lies a brown wallet. It was bought one random evening on a street in South B at 9PM in…

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Don’t Gaze At Ceilings, It’s A Trap!

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Reading Time: 4 minutesA little SQ somewhere in South B is a cremation chamber. Global warming has decided to warm this tiny overpriced structure a little bit more than anywhere…

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Content Creation VS Content Retention.

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Reading Time: 4 minutesAs a content creator, I believe that video is the future of communication. You can already see it. Over the past few years, there has suddenly occurred…

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A Little Fish & Its Mother.

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Reading Time: 5 minutes“I want you to take this cheque to a man called Murathe. Specifically to him. Make sure that it his hands that touch this envelop next from…

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A Desperate Woman & A Man With A Steak.

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Reading Time: 6 minutesOne day, a desperate woman hastened to go home to her children. Everything in her mind was a buzz: moving in random directions and random speeds at…

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Who Doesn’t Love An Office Job.

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Reading Time: 8 minutes To be honest, there’s little pride in doing a dirty job. Ask anyone who does a dirty menial job they’ll tell you. If there was a…

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