Do you know that milestones are a summation of small incremental achievements?
Do you know that naturally, successes and achievements take time to accumulate?
Do you know that you have to take it one step at a time?
And do you possibly know that it requires a great deal of discipline?
And that it takes consistency, a persistent attitude and unflinching determination?
And that it requires practice and a lot of patience?
And a proactive and practical attitude? Continue reading
The most important journey you will take in your life will usually be the one of self-transformation. Often, this is the scariest because it requires the greatest changes, in your life. – Shannon L. Alder
And Shannon was right and I agree to his above assertion. I believe that for transformation to be truly effective, everything about us changes, nothing remains the same.
By this law of change, we must reinvent ourselves to adjust accordingly. Continue reading
To leave our comfort zones appears to be a constant thing we are told when things are not working out for us. Why not step out of your familiar terrain? Why not launch yourself out et al. We hear this all the time, and we just nod our heads and say, oh yes, very well indeed. Without an iota of what this portrays or means. I will not elaborate on this scientifically but would tackle it from a lay man’s perspective.
Getting out of existing routines is a big problem because as humans, we are creatures of habit. We follow existing norms and rules, eat the same food, drink the same coffee because we are used to those things. Well, the world is changing fast and clinging to the good old ways, might not be so favourable anymore. Continue reading
It was a cold winter night when darkness has overshadowed light. Serenity was at its peak and the whole house enjoyed a soothing peacefulness.
There was no ambient audible sound and the obvious silence was loud in the room that even the drop of a pin can pierce through the silence.
A cup of tea lay by her bed-side while little Adaeze looked up at her mom. Continue reading
I was raised Catholic but converted to Pentecostal when I knew that my parents can no longer influence my decisions regarding the place of worship. I embraced this denomination mainly due to the stimulating, invigorating and melodious tunes by the Praise and Worship ministrations rather than the preaching on the pulpit. And this does not mean that I believe any less. Rather it was an entirely new experience for me and I was enjoying worshipping God in a new way. Continue reading