About me


Hello, my name is Obioma Ibe- (Obioma means good heart). I am a lawyer from Nigeria, though not practising yet here. I am a loving wife and mother, a committed and dedicated Christian. I currently live in the U.K. I enjoy reading and more importantly, writing. Currently, I have no areas of specialisation or literal niche but rather I enjoy writing about everything that captivates my mind and that which conforms to my Christian faith. Talking about my faith in Christ is very important to me, so you may find it as a recurring feature in my posts. I enjoy the ability to create literature out of anything, the ability to explore every facet of life without inhibition or tradition and allow my mind to harness the deep cores of imagination and fantasy.

My point of view: there is a line in every thing you see; there is a poem, a song or simple words waiting to be written. Ask the trees, run from the glaring sun or stare away endlessly into galactic stars, deep into the crust of the earth’s core or far above the third heavens; if you open your mind, creativity and inspiring words will captivate your imagination. A wellspring of undiscovered piece of literature around you does abound!

My blog is Dream Desire Achieve. Every thing on earth today was someone’s dream before it became a reality. Every project, every skyscraper, from stationaries to books, from household furniture to technology, every single item we use today was once in the dream, in the mind and brain of someone. They acted and fuelled that dream- today we have better lifes. You and me can make a difference too when we connect to our passions and dreams. “With God, nothing shall be impossible, for to him that believes there will be a performance of the things spoken by the Lord to him/her.”

From one writer to another: The pen is mightier than the sword.

23 thoughts on “About me

  1. SirPeterJames.com says:

    Hello Obioma and thank you for popping onto my planet.
    I really like your refreshing site – so well laid out indeed. The favor of Our God is surely upon you. I shall make it a point to read your posts and then look at reposting on my site.
    Do I understand that you might be happy to let me post one or two on your site? Whilst my book reviews attract views and visits, the Bible Spiritual posts less so. As the theme of my site and the genre of the posts is not aimed at Christians, I thought I might try a site like yours, which seems more directed to Christians.

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  2. simpledimple says:

    Hi Obioma, It’s nice to meet you. With your comment on my blog, I knew that only a Nigerian would eat that dish of rice and stew… We love rice too much, don’t we? I enjoyed reading your About page and like you, my faith and belief in God reflect in my writings. I look forward to connecting more with you through our blog posts. Cheers! 🙂

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    • Dream Desire Achieve says:

      Aww, thank you so much for your wonderful comments. You have really made my day. I am from Nigeria you got it right😀😀. We do love rice truly, 😀🙂. Your blog was one of the first I followed when I started blogging and it was truly a massive encouragement to me anytime I read it. I unfollowed you because I realised we were thinking alike kind of, and I didn’t want to copy anybody so I needed to find my feet, my own voice and thoughts 😀😊. But now I’m following you again because I think I’ve found myself. Anyway, thank you and always I enjoy your posts. God bless you truly🌺🌺

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      • simpledimple says:

        Let me say Amen first. Now, I’d go mute for a minute because I am speechless @ I unfollowed you because….ok, I can say something now… Lol. Wow! Well, And you decided to blog last night and my post was the first you saw… And staring you in the face was my ‘correct rice and stew, a meal you also ate for dinner just like me’. Hmmn, I’d leave you with this fav quote of mine “And if we are related in any way, our paths will cross again”. I guess this time around, there is no un-following because we always learn from one another. And like minds flow together. And God bring us together sometimes for a reason. Thanks for speaking out. I appreciate and respect you for sharing this truth with me. God bless you and the best of the day to you. Cheers, Sis. 🙂

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        • Dream Desire Achieve says:

          😀😀😀 You are so funny. I truly agree with what you said. God brings us to people for a reason. I pray His purpose will be established in our lifes. Lovely quote, thank you so much for your wonderful words of faith. God bless you. 🌺🌺🌼🌼

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          • simpledimple says:

            You’re welcome. That quote has proven to be true in my life. Do you know sometimes, you disconnect from someone, a thing, a place etc and thinks oh, that’s it. It’s all over. But life is full of surprises and suddenly, a revisit occurs. There is a crossing of path again with that person/thing… albeit in some unusual circumstances. And that throws me into deep thoughts. Hey, you have a wonderful day and remain in HIS presence. 🙂

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  3. writegardener says:

    I had the blessing of mysteriously receiving a coin in the mail when I was 5 years old. On it the words engraved were, “With God all things are possible.” This has been my guiding light through the decades. Thank you for sharing your light with the world.

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