ARE YOU DIFFERENT FROM THEM?

Will you still keep your dignity when you are given the attractive chance to compromise it?

Will your credibility be intact when your secret deeds are unveiled?

Denounce and correct immorality, but do not condemn as if you have no trait of sin in you.

*Never brag to be stainless when you are able hide your stains from public notice.*

Do not be too happy about people’s mistakes, learn from them.

God be with you.

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CONTENTMENT CREATES POSITIVITY

It is extremely difficult to be appreciative and positive when you only focus on what you lack rather than what you have.

Value what you have as you aspire and work for better and greater things.

Be content to bears fruits of positivity and gratefulness.

Have a blessed week.

AUTHENTICITY, NOT POPULARITY

So far as you have people to support your claims and actions does not mean you are right.

So far as people do not support your claims and actions does not mean you are wrong.

Your claims and actions are credible, not because they are popular but because they meet the authentic moral standard.

Be motivated by the authenticity and the goodness of your act, not because of its popularity.

God bless you.

ACCEPT YOUR LIMITATIONS

Our limitations are not merely weaknesses, they normally portray our humanness.

Until you accept the fact that you are human with limitations, you will never find true peace and fulfillment.

It is not only stressful, it is also hurting to strive to do what is naturally and clearly beyond your limits.

You cannot know, do, change and win everything in life, learn to accept and work within your limits.

God be with you.

THE HAILS AND HOOTS OF LIFE

On the peak of our performance, we are normally hailed and adored as if we are spotless and faultless.

In our flops and mistakes, we are hooted and booted out as if we are fruitless and useless.

Be encouraged, focus on your strengths in your flop.

Be cautious, never forget your weakness in your hay days.

God be with you.

FACTS, NOT EMOTIONS

When sentimentalism and emotionalism clad our eyes and mind, our fact seeking prowess, criticality and objectivity are deactivated.

Our emotions are powerful but they cannot twist facts and reality of issues to suit our interest and expectations.

No matter how strong your emotions, learn to be critical and objective.

God be with you.

DIFFICULT BUT POSSIBLE

The mountain may seem insurmountable at distance but with the courage to start, you can get to the top.

Never let the seeming difficulties of the task ahead of you frighten and discourage you.

Be courageous to start, you will surely get there.

Have a fruitful week.

FREEDOM FROM VICTIM’S MENTALITY

A victim mentality is mostly a defeated mentality.

*Do not expect to win when you have the unwavering conviction that you have already lost.*

Live with clear and positive mentality but be critical and cautious.

Victim mentality kills your confidence, initiative, inner peace, true happiness and tunes your mind to the dark side of yourself, others and reality.

Rise from that self imprisonment, you are called to be a Victor not a Victim

WHEN OTHERS FLOP AND FAIL…

Sometimes, some mistakes are trivial to cause a fall, but the reactions of onlookers can cause irredeemable fall.

How do we treat the flopped and those who have made mistakes?

Do we condemn or encourage them to rise?

Do we deepen their hurts or heal their hurts?

Do we merely criticize or correct them?

Do we mock or mentor them?

Do we underrate or learn from their situation?

*Your time, sensitivity, encouragement, corrections, care and support, can save a career or a life, do not underrate them.*

God bless you and keep you.

LET YOUR BITTER MOMENTS MAKE YOU BETTER

Under normal circumstances, no one will take bitters when syrup is readily affordable and accessible.

*Our greatest motivation to choose bitters over syrup is to get better or improve our present condition.*

Never give up in your difficult and bitter moments, they could make you better, when they are carefully managed.

*Let your bitter moments make you better, not bitter.*

Good bless you.