Many times, we complain of what we don’t have, forgetting that the little we have are huge blessings. Especially in this clime, it is easy to be disgruntled but before you complain again, read these words from Nollywood actress, Nazareth Jesse.
WATCH WHAT YOU SAY, pls read.
1. If you are SINGLE and keep on saying “I DON’T TRUST MEN OR WOMEN!” Remember your mates are getting married every Saturday. Let me ask you, are they marrying spirits? Wise up!
2. If you are MARRIED and keep saying “I HATE THIS MARRIAGE!” OK! Is it not married people like you that are celebrating Gold, Silver and even Platinum jubilee?
3. If you keep on ranting, ”I’M LEAVING MY MAN, HE CHEATED ON ME!” Please, go to town and see all the fine, cute, sexy, hot, hungry and desperate chicks waiting to snatch your man’s money and property, they don’t even mind sharing. Make it work, my friend!
4. Stop saying “I HATE MY JOB!” Look! 20 million people are jobless and can’t even find any not to talk of keeping it! Do you want to join them?
5. You keep saying “I HATE WHERE I LIVE!” Oh please! *tears* Try visiting those locations that are flooding now, people leaving in tin/zinc shacks in winter or people living/sleeping under the bridge at night and you will be grateful to God that you even have a place to stay!
6. Some say “I AM TIRED OF THIS LIFE!” Well, go to the hospital and see people fighting for their lives! Go to the mortuary and take a look then tell me what you feel after that! The point is, be positive and believe in God, that’s all that matters. Be Blessed.
CHERISH EVERY MOMENT OF YOUR LIFE: To realize the value of a sister/brother ask someone Who doesn’t have one.
To realize the value of togetherness: Ask a newly divorced couple.
To realize the value of four years: Ask a graduate.
To realize the value of one year: Ask a student who Has failed a final exam.
To realize the value of nine months: Ask a mother who gave birth to a stillborn.
To realize the value of one month: Ask a mother Who has given birth to a premature baby.
To realize the value of one week: Ask an editor of a weekly newspaper.
To realize the value of one minute: Ask a person Who has missed the train, bus or plane.
To realize the value of one second: Ask a person Who has survived an accident. Time waits for no one. Treasure every moment you have.
To realize the value of a friend or family member: LOSE ONE.
Remember. Hold on tight to the ones you