Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Word For Today -Disconnect Yourself From The Tie Of Poverty!

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Friday, June 09, 2017

Word For Today -Disconnect Yourself From The Tie Of Poverty!

As Africa retains the top position of being the most religious continent on earth, and with over 80 million Nigerians living below poverty line, the United Nations(UN) reports Nigeria to be one of the poorest nations in the world!



We live In a nation where over eleven million children are reportedly out of school, and the average Nigerian is said to be living below one dollar a day.
In global business, Africa's contribution to world trade is rated below 3% which is diminutive, unimaginable and sardonically poor!


While it is very well understood that 60% of the problem in Africa is arguably not self-imposed by the younger generation but rather inherited from our fathers and fore-fathers, it is still worthy of note that YOU hold the responsibility to DISCONNECT YOURSELF FROM THE TIE OF POVERTY!


Let me state this clearly; God does not run this earth based on sentiments but on Principles! It does not matter how spiritual you are, if you don't apply the rules of growth and increase, you can never leave your present level.


Studies show that 50% of the world's wealth is controlled by 65 people. The remaining 50% is managed by the billions of people on planet earth! These 65 people are not necessarily religious or spiritual fanatics, they only apply the rules of 'increase!' THE FUNDAMENTAL REASON BEHIND POVERTY IS POOR DECISIONS!


God is not fair, He is just! At the wedding in Cana, Jesus told the people to fill the Jars with water, He turned water into wine, not an empty Jar.
Stop looking for something where you invested nothing!


It is funny how you think your tithes and 'seed offerings' in church will make God to bless a business you are not comitted to!
You cannot in three days, lose weight from thirteen years of careless eating habit.

Growth, progress and increase are never accidental. They are INTENTIONAL!


Recession will never leave your household until you stop spending more than you earn. If your outflow is greater than your inflow, you will be broke! It is no rocket science! The biggest challenge facing the black African is egoism! If you will roll your sleeves and get to work, deactivate your night life, quit womanising, and stop living to impress people, you must go far in life!


Friend, spend money to improve yourself, it will build your capacity. And with that, you can engage this ever growing competitive world!

31 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this post.I'm inspired.

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    1. I love this. Lovely piece

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  2. Hmmm correct word for today..Wonderful

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  3. True write up.

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  4. Inspiring!!!

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  5. Of course I can sit in my shop,doing nothing,no commitment at all and with my mustard seed faith make customers crowd my shop and even give me contracts I know nothing about.
    It's all about faith....

    Bla bla bla......

    Let's all pack to the church,listen to faith sermons from stupendously rich pastors while we wallow in our poverty.

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    1. Exactly what an average African is doing at the moment. Religion is truly the opium of the Masses. "Die Religion ... ist das Opium des Volkes"

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  6. True talk sha. But I have seen God bless someone from nothing to something. It's all about placement

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  7. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Interesting post though but the truth is that God doesnt exist but Africa no wan still get sense....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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    1. Seriously? To you God doesn't exist?

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    2. Is only a fool that says there's no God

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  8. Africans just never learn. They are stubborn ppl who hold on to tribal norms, Africa and Africans are where they are because of tribal mindset and negative self belief. Look at what they accept from their leaders, knowing that the leaders are immensely rich and they are in abject poverty and they say that is ok, that just my station in life I was born poor. They accept substandard education and facilities and say this is just Africa we are poor. The problem with Africa is the African mindset that refuses to change, and many of the ppl desire nothing better, they have accepted their miserable states as the decree of the Gods upon their life and must die as they are born.

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    1. Hear hear! I agree, but I believe in God because He is real. I have experienced Him.

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  9. This hit a good spot... Aunty Stella thanks

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  10. Nice and loveeely piece

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