Monday, 7 July 2014

It's time to change

When your way of life has become a routine and monotonous
When you are fed up with the situation and circumstances surrounding you
When you find out that your dream has become a shadow
When the thought that fill your mind is “I can’t”
When things are rosy
And it rings in your head that you have arrived
When you are satisfied with your present status quo
When you are afraid to turn your stumbling block into a stepping stone
It’s time to change
Before you make your choice
Think about this
Exit of change is stagnation
Stagnation is the beginning of disintegration
And inability to change when needed
Is to remain chained
Show me a man who is perfectly satisfied with his conditions
And I will show you a failure
Age, staus and sex is not a limit to change
Always have positive changes
Changes that will refine the gold in you
Because the changes you make
And those you refuse to make
Will determine your latter end

6 comments:

  1. All of us experience change in our lives. Change is the one constant in our lives. There are changes that we look forward to and change that we fear. However, one thing is for sure. Things will not stay the same no matter how much we would like them too. When a life change occurs, we have two choices in
    how to respond. We can despair that a change has come and assume that things will be worse, or we can look with excitement at the new possibilities that the change presents.
    Morning Amaka hope you had a very niece weekend

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    1. Good morning Godwin, well said
      My weekend was in between. Have a great week ahead

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  2. Mehn...there was a time in Ernie's life...she needed change mehn...it was like I needed to pick up a form and sign up for change....like @Godwin said...Change in the only constant thing buh honestly...I don't think people change mami...I think people 'adapt' to change...who they are will always be constant...

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  3. Preach amaka. #OnPoint







    @iMannie_

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