Akùùdo m,

Ada m, as a result of the past week’s tight schedule, we barely had a productive discussion. I hope to make it up to you here. By the way, nda otu i melu? The anticipated week is here, your one week break. I trust that you will make it count.

Last week, I chanced upon a quote by Mary Anne Radmacher, “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.” Did you get the last part? ‘I will try again tomorrow’. Yes, I know, it reminds you of the three words, NEVER GIVE UP!

Some wealthy people, may not be where they are today if not that something provoked them. Some successful business men wouldn’t have made it, if they weren’t laid off by their employers. They were sacked but they are excelling now. Sometimes, you need to be hit hard and even slapped by circumstances so that the TRUE YOU can wake up.

Juuju daddy ya, as the devil desires to bring stagnation, intimidation is introduced but as obstacles. Hence, it should never make you fold up, take one step in the right direction; if you persist they will give up. Be tenacious!

The truth is that you do not get rewards for trying unless it leads to success. Remember only winners get the price. You are born a winner, you are created to create. It is time to release the creative power of your mind, for your generation is waiting to see your products. You are blessed!

Chukwu gozie gi, Adanna ya.




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!