Thursday, 12 December 2013

3 cities, 1 post


Asake is becoming a psychologist… lol.. Just a talk buddy! I would never have imagined that people would discuss their relationships with me after reading a post on my blog. When I wrote my last post Kwanza Keji, three of my friends were positive I wrote their stories, funny enough I knew just one story and could not write about it because I would cry… She has been through a lot, most people go through alot, their ways of handling it differs

May your road be rough  that seems to be the only phrase I remember from six years of reading six different Practical English course books

No journey is smooth not even on a private jet flight as your prediction on the weather condition or pilot’s mood wouldn’t be 100%

Everyone has their fair share of rough patches, heartbreak, penniless, even those born in a rich home, those who married their first love, and those who got pregnant after their wedding ceremony. We don’t have it all… Love your creator, Love yourself. According to I.d, the bible didn’t say love your neighbor more than yourself,  the bible says Love Your Neighbor as Your Self

“Mark 12:30-31 “And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”

“None of you [truly] believes until he loves for his brother that which he loves for himself” Hadith 13 of An- Nawawi Collections

So, love yourself, love yourself, love yourself… Pause for a minute, an hour, a day, 2weeks, walk into that shop, spend that money on what you love, just do it, most times we get caught up in trying to save for tomorrow that we forget to live today…

I am taking my own advice, walked into that shop already…. Spending the provision I made for just tomorrow… Just remember you have to plan for tomorrow while living for today…..

Till next time, do something fun, dance skelewu, pout, go on a vacation, ask that girl out, go carting, paint ball… but don’t spend 100% today with nothing planned for tomorrow…

The movie Austenland might inspire you

4 comments:

  1. Well said Asake.....my mum would said "nkan ti eye ba je,loma gbe fo" and pls don't ask for d meaning :p

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  2. Great piece, keep up d gud work!

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    1. Most people that has tasted POVERTY over-cultivate the habit of saving. Saving for tomorrow is good, but we should save from our Salary alone. Leave allowance is meant to bridge work-life balance. Rest, buys stuffs and take a trip abroad at least once in a year.

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  3. ...Keep balling #@asakeokin, gr8 job!!! Enjoy ur holiday!!!

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