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It's not now
to stoop so low.
Don't wake up tomorrow;
weak, broke and shallow.
No time is proper
to relinguish your power.
It's always too late
to indulge in foul play.
Having done well for so long,
don't cease to be strong.
Go on without doing wrong
to always sing new songs.
From you people draw inspiration
to live above their limitations.
You have come this far
to soar higher and higher
Never to be conquered
by things you have conquered.
Though the storm rages stronger,
it's not an excuse to go haywire.
No trial should take away your victory.
Always unlock your productivity.
Yours can be the best success story
in the history of entire humanity.
I give to you the words of PB;
"the engine on your inside is of a heavy duty capacity".
Take away insights:
Every hardship, every trouble, every lack and maltreatment shouldn't get your life shattered.
Make all the wrong/evil you have done/suffered and those you didn't do/suffer in the past to be 'crossed over' not 'carry over' - (never again to do/suffer them).
Every time is inappropriate for you to compromise your good standing for any reason.
Always resist the pressure to embrace misleading thought patterns and negative counsels lest you take wrong steps.
In a bid to solve/prevent problems, do not create/cause more problems or compound already existing problems.
Your pride, your honour, your prestige, your integrity, your good name and your glory should not be lost in any move to meet a need.
There are different ways of getting things done but always employ the very right way to make good things happen and get going from glory to glory.
Never forget that; "the engine on your inside is of a heavy duty capacity" as declared by Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
You are above and beyond every adversary. You are well able to do valiantly in every way.
Regardless of how bad it is, you can always do well and be exceedingly great without messing up your dignity even in politics (as impossible it may seem), private practice, civil service, unlikely places and in 'toughest times'.
_Stephen Olamilekan Jimoh
...living life at best