Dare to Desire
“The spaces between your fingers were created so that another’s could fill them in.”
Just read on Facebook the LifeStyle post of one speaker Temitayo T. Ilori, he’s the CEO of Deliver Consulting, here is what he said;
“A great mental technique I designed to break the chain of unproductive thoughts. Very simple to use!
Here you go!
In this very moment, ask yourself: “If I’m to become what I am THINKING NOW, what will I be?” If this answer does not inspire you, stop the thought.Step 2
Then imagine what you’d like to be in future, assuming you’d no limitations. Then replace the unproductive thoughts with the new inspiring one.
And feel the emotions rise in your body.
Barrister Paul (The Apostle) said, “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”
Paul understood the secret.
Hey – your mountains are not as big as they may first appear, just take a step back and access the situation – You are an overcomer!
Was the kissing pair photobombing the president? Or bombing our own imaginations are to what kids do in school these days. What if that was your daughter? Would you be excited?
I bring flowers and a prayer for Malala.
The word, “Wahala” is a pidgin english word meaning troubles, and no doubt, I hope for a good recovery for the girl Malala, whose voice has echoed across the globe because of what she stood for. Nevertheless, post recovery I might assume that so long as she has committed herself to use knowledge as a tool, a weapon against enemies of education for young girls, there would always be troubles to confront. But I am reminded of the words of one Patricia Briggs – “Knowledge is a better weapon than a sword.” Or the words restated by some old quote, “the pen is mightier than the sword”. No doubt the weapon of instruction, is a greater force than the weapons of destruction, and the former will ultimately prevail over the latter.