A true life series by A_Emma
Today is the 27th of February 2019! It’s been a crazy two-months! Meeting pastors and in-laws; reading for my professional exam, making noise all over social media on the need to vote, planning tasks and targets and determining KPI’s for members of staff, relationship
It’s really a new year, right? A new year comes with hopes, dreams, and aspirations (and new
morning. My only happiness is that the woman is strong enough to constantly break the man’s head). Some people have even given up on being expectant because of disappointments in the past. I don’t think people should give up on ‘hope’. If your hope for ‘A’ hasn’t worked out after many years of hoping, then have a new ‘hope’; hope for something else, lol.
I guess, if we all look back at our lives from 10 to 20 years ago, there is no how we won’t see things to be grateful to God for. Besides, there are things we have that we take for granted, but other people are crying to God for – you were able to write and pass WAEC, you have advanced academically, you have a job, you’re able to assist people financially no matter how small, your health is okay, you are even married
On the other hand, whether we like it or not, some people will die without getting most of what they desired or even getting the things we have that we take for granted. Let me make this clear;
- Some people will die without acquiring university degrees.
- Some will never get married
- Some will never have enough money to meet their needs
- Others will never have kids
- For others their marital problems will never get better
What I think we should all do is as we are all praying, expectant and hopeful for whatever we desire, let us embrace each day with joy; enjoy the good things life has brought our way (don’t let what you don’t
Anybody reading this will think I’m writing a speech for a group of people, lol.
Let me wait and see who will win the Governorship election in my state first, then I’ll be composed enough to write about my relationship/engagement confusion with David (in addition to the fact that Andy still wants me to spend some time with him in the UK…).