LETTER FROM PAPA

Akùùdo m,

Nda? Before you left home, I remember vividly when your mother complained that you preferred watching cartoons. She said that you aren’t a child anymore. I recalled saying that on a brighter side, it helps your imagination. Based on that, I had no proof but at that point I knew it wasn’t harmful to you. However, I know that every change in life begins with IMAGINATIONS. Yes! You guessed right, today is about Imagination, seeing beyond where you are now!

Ada nna ya, God has given human beings unlimited power of imagination. Have you ever imagined becoming who you are today fifteen years ago?  Does circumstances limit your imagination? How do you react to the question,”What do you see about yourself in the next five years?” Do you ever imagine being financially positioned than now?

Juuju m, there are challenges which would attempt to overcome you at any moment but be focused. Look from that situation to the end result; “when the goal must have been achieved”. Never let any challenge intimidate you (Remember, challenges are raw materials for your lifting). Out there, there are many who cannot achieve success because their minds are infested with feelings of inferiority, inactive to positive thinking and of course, due to low self-esteem, they cannot imagine great things for themselves. Make sure that every life you touch, never becomes like that.

There are much more to imagination than seeing beyond where you are now. I am looking forward to sharing the others with you, one per letter (that’s a great deal!). Never forget to do things that will naturally produce positive results for you in the nearest future.

Chukwu gozie gi, Ada oma

Love,

Papa  

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!