Hello Debwritesblog lovers, I’m here again. Fourth post in a week and it feels so good. That feeling to be inspired and share is second to none *well, only a writer will understand that part*😉 We pray for more inspiration, no more writer block and the time to share, Amen🙏🏼
‘Her son is barely 6 months and she’s pregnant again?’
‘I used to think she would be one who understands what child spacing mean?’
‘Child spacing??? Her first child was just 8 months when she had her second.’
‘Jesus! She is so shameful to womanhood.’
‘I even used to think she is a career woman and would take time to pursue her career instead of birthing up and down like a dog. She just used marriage to put a full stop to her career.’
So many times in our lives, we hold on tight to the most mundane thing we ought to let go.
The only reason we find ourselves holding on to this is because we lack the strength to let go. A bad habit you wish to stop but feel you cannot, a friend that keeps bringing you down, that toxic relationship that keeps tearing you apart piece by pieces, that terrible job that keeps you away from achieving milestones in life, that particular course you find no joy in doing but have to because your parent decide you must do it, that abusive marriage that will one day take your life if you don’t walk away soon…
Stop living your life based on other people’s opinion of you as long as they don’t feed you, clothe you or pay your bills! I am an advocate of this because sometimes I am guilty of it. I get so worried about making a decision because of what someone else will say. Eventually I do what is in my heart but in that moment of hesitation, you have shown just how weak you are and how you allow your life be controlled by others.
Live your life as you would want to teach your child how to live hers. Stop waiting for their approval to make that choice. Whatever decision you make, you’d be the only one to live with it tomorrow. So why bother what they say or suggest?
Get on with it and live my dear! Have a beautiful weekend.
The other night after a long and stressful day at work, I was in a public transport back home and we faced this annoying unusual traffic. I felt well, it was time to catch up on all I have missed on my social media accounts and I brought out my phone to switch in between apps and try to meditate as well on the day’s events.
In every relationship, communication is key. Between friends, spouses, boss-subordinate, pastor-congregation, teacher-student and the likes. Every two people who have found themselves together in a situation that need them to work together, be together or live together need to ensure there’s a constant communication between them to avoid rift.