Thursday, 18 December 2014


To one person the world is in a desolate state, dull, void without possibilities of victories, to another the same world looks rich, full of meaning and endless possibilities. In the words of J. Oswald Sanders, "Eyes that look are common, eyes that see are rare". Very striking indeed. It's one thing to wake up and set out for the day, it's another thing to position yourself rightly to receive which entails being sensitive to the opportunities that come your pathway. 

How you position yourself to receive makes all the can never see the sunrise by looking to the west, the choice is up to you. If you look at life the wrong way and interpret every bit of your experiences the wrong way, there is a cause for alarm. It is the same way a one thousand naira note can be too big when it goes into the church purse and too small when it goes for is all a matter of choices and perception. 

What you see depends mainly on what you look for. Some people can complain that roses have thorns, instead be thankful that thorns have roses. 

Position yourself to receive and not resist. How you see things on the outside is a reflection of how you are right inside because you cannot give what you don't have. 

Any fact facing us is not as important as our attitude towards it, for that determines our success or failure...Norman Vincent Peale.
You have to change your approach and paradigm so that the possibilities around you can find expression because you are sensitive...not just to look but to see beyond what your optical nerves can produce. 

Straight from my heart...Aspire!!!

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