Akùùdo m,

Ada ututu nge m, it was great hearing from you and if I must use your words, I believe that “the girl di strong, Hercules.” I rather go straight with today’s piece than worry about young people’s choice of words. By the way, Jisie ike n’ege Phyno.

Ada nna ya, the giant you fail to defeat today will become a bigger and stronger giant tomorrow. If you fail to treat a wound today, in the next few days, it becomes worse, more difficult to cure and costly too. That is an introduction to the “P” words, Postponement or Procrastination. The fertilizers of problems. The good news is that problems are looking for solutions and they come to you because you have the solutions. Learn not to react to them but respond to them. Yes! Handle it once.

Nwa m huru n’anya, don’t be like men who build castle on air. Yes, you have plans, work to achieve it. You have responsibilities, never dodge from them. Action speaks louder and better than words. You have what it takes. If you do not conquer any challenge when it is hard, it becomes difficult.

Be rest assured that God will not allow you to face any challenge that is beyond your capacity at any time. Even if you don’t have all that is required at that particular time, take your stand, as someone in charge and who is ready to make something happen. Then, you will see the positive outcome. Never Procrastinate!

Chukwu gozie gi, Ada m




Written by Umahi Uju Vicky
Talking about myself welcomes me into the world of confusion, I mean, how else can I say that I am a passionate volunteer, a flexible teacher, a life loving blogger and Umahi Obianujunwa Victoria!