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No!

Dear Stranger

Too often we say ‘Yes’ to things when we should have said ‘No’. In fact, just thinking about saying ‘No’ can leave people feeling uncomfortable, guilty even, that they would rather suffer silently after saying ‘Yes’. Just to be clear, I’m not talking about saying ‘No’ for the sake of saying ‘No’. I’m talking about those moments when you know in your heart you should have said ‘No’ and you spend every moment afterward putting yourself down, feeling trapped in a decision you wish you could take back.

Well I’m here to tell you it’s OK to say ‘No’. Better yet it’s OK to say ‘No’ and not give an reason. And incase you didn’t know, it’s OK to change your mind. Embrace it. Become familiar with it. When you able to say ‘No’, there is no burden in saying ‘Yes’ . 🙏❤️

My Mother, My Love

My mother, my love
How blessed and beautiful you are
A wonderful woman after God’s own heart
No other, not one will ever compare
Faithful and true you have always been
Each scar, well hidden, a testament to your story and love for me

My mother, my love
On my knees I thank God everyday
That it was in your womb we were formed
As your strength and grace shine through
My only wish is to be half as strong as you
But until then thank you is all I can say
My mother, my love
Stay blessed everyday

Sex Sells right?

I have been going round in circles thinking about the best way to approach this topic, but I do know that many may not agree with me. I’m talking about Transactional Relationships. In other words men dating younger girls for some form of payment, which in recent years, has seen an increase in the reverse (for the sake of this post will focus on the former although it applies to both). In fact it has slowly become a widely known open secrete, which has taken on a degree of normalcy. However before I dive in, I must first place all this in context. Continue reading “Sex Sells right?”

The Importance of a Bible Based Church

“Any halfway clever devil would decorate the highway to Hell as beautiful as possible.”

― Criss Jami

The earliest memory I have of church is sadly of me falling asleep in the middle of service, but at the young age of 4, I had little concern for what the pastor had to say. Yet all these years later, I realized just how important it is to actually listen to what your pastor is saying. On a continent that is said have the most Christians and not to mention thousands of Churches, there is no greater time to pay attention to the message and ask the right questions Continue reading “The Importance of a Bible Based Church”

Love and Kindness

Dear Stranger
Treat people with love and kindness. It is easy to act carelessly and think it does not matter, but even as time passes, people may not remember exactly what you said or did, but they will always remember how you made them feel.
“love your neighbor as yourself”

Leviticus 19:18

Climb The Hills, Conquer Your Mountain.

“Your minute is your hour is your day is your week is your month is your year. If you want to make this year better, make each minute better.”

― Saji Ijiyemi

Dear Stranger

Has it only been 9 days? Between all the deadlines and family commitments one can hardly believe so little time has passed. Yet somewhere in all the madness you still remembered to set your New Year’s resolutions. There’s just one problem. In what feels like less than 5 minutes, you broke every single one. What next? Is it already time to throw in the towel? Well here a few tips to help you achieve your New Year’s Resolutions. Continue reading “Climb The Hills, Conquer Your Mountain.”

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