Be you, Be yourself!

Here is another terrific post from Olaronke! This young woman is so inspirational! She is wise beyond her years! Please share this so that others, especially young people, will see it.


Wanting to be someone else is a complete waste of who you are. This is one fact most people don’t know. I mean it’s normal to admire someone, the way the act, get things done, live, work and other but don’t let your admiration intrude in your own self, just because the person you admire has got everything together the you start acting like that person thinking you will also turn out to be like that person.

Let me explain something; what works for your friend might not be what will work for you, the way your friend is able to get things together, you might not be able to do that and turn out successful. The first thing to do is to first discover yourself, discover your abilities and what works best for you.

If you have been living your life trying to do things the way someone does…

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A new opportunity

This is a wonderful post by a very special young woman, I urge all to read it!


It’s always very sad when things don’t go the way you planned like I totally get how devastating it will be but then let’s just say it’s all good.

2017 is one year I would never forget; it was the year:

⁃ I learnt

⁃ I got broken

⁃ I grew

⁃ I turned 21🙈

⁃ Most importantly I lost my grandma

Losing my grandma was the climax of the year but before she died she told me some things I would like to share with everyone; she called me one night and started saying:

⁃ I see no reason why you can’t be who you aspire to be as line as you are determined

⁃ I see no reason why you can’t be the best when you believe in yourself

⁃ I see no reason why you can’t touch the life of others with the little you have


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January 1 – In The beginning… God

This is wonderful and a terrific way to start the New Year!


In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. (Genesis 1:1)

Read: Genesis 1:1 – 2:25, Matthew 1:1 – 2:12, Psalm 1:1-6, Proverbs 1:1-6


Relate: Just a few minutes ago, a ball dropped. For me, it happened hours ago but still, the official New Years doesn’t truly begin until that ball descends in Time’s Square. Thousands upon thousands of people watched it with plenty of fanfare. Tens of thousands of people packed into New York City all bundled up and as inebriated as they could get to see it this momentous event. For every one person watching it live, dozens more gathered around TV’s in homes, bars, restaurants, churches, and bowling alleys throughout the east coast to see this sacred event. With a minute left, the ball began its slow drop and the volume began to rise. Huge numbers ticked down as the dropping ball made its slow descent along…

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