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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post

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    1. Based on my experience, I will correct the mistake of my parents. I'm a well brought woman but I lack street credibility.

      I will teach my kids how to be street smart along side being an ajebutter. Ajebo no help me at all.

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    2. To know God. Wish my parent introduced us to God earlier my life won't be filled with so much mistakes jareh.

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    3. 19:20 I just learned the correct usage of that expression a few days ago and I'd like to share.

      The correct sentence should be "I will teach my children to have street smarts".

      I think it's so coooool, hehehehehe!

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    4. Street smart, patience and lots of it,contentment,perseverance,hard work and above all they should always learn to take life as it comes but at the same time strive to be the best.

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    1. You can do it, anything you want to achieve is never far from your grip and to trust in God while attempting anything.

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  3. I'll teach them to be respectful. Very important!

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    1. You missed that lesson

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    2. Anon 19:10, you are a fan of shooter gyal.

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    3. @Pink lady you mad crazy ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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    4. Shooter Gyal and Pink Lady.. I see una Port Harcourt connection going strong.
      Kalabari babes.. Kisses to you minabo. Toubra??

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    5. same person..continue to reply yourself

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  4. An attitude of gratitude.

    I must say my kids are very good at it. They dont hesitate to say Thank you and Please.

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    1. Same with mine . Gratitude is very important I hate ingrates. They don’t eat in anyone’s car , they must ask before they take anything in the house as well . I also teach them contentment

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    2. You are doing an amazing job.

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    3. Thanks Slutty๐Ÿ’•.

      Anon that's very nice. We mothers can only do our best and leave the rest to God.

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  5. Love and respect themselves, be a hard worker and be independent.
    Don’t envy anyone.
    Be compassionate to people.
    Be content.

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  6. Yaba left escapee19 November 2019 at 18:04

    Empathy.

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  7. To have self confidence with a mind of their own, know their worth and also know that they have to work to earn money

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  8. That marriage is not the ultimate. It's not a recipe for happiness. They can live a happy and fulfilled life without it.

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    1. You’re very correct I know many sad married people. I think we were conditioned to think marriage =happiness but it’s not true sadly

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  9. Never to be doormat but to do what seems right

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  10. I'll teach my children to be reasonable and kind, to be truthful and honest,to work hard,to always be at their best endeavors and yes most importantly to be independent•

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  11. to treat people the way they want to be treated.

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  12. Was tempted to go anonymous & look for me here today, hahaha. I love this blog. Will teach my kids everything I can.

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  13. i'll teach the boys how to do house chores

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  14. I'm teaching them that Godliness is the best way of life.

    It'll shield them from a whole lot of orishirishi that's rife in these end times.

    Even though they're still young, they've caught on.

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  15. Godliness with contentment is great gain..
    GREED kills
    Tell Naija girls the truth even if they shoot and ๐Ÿ’ฃ you๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ

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    1. You still found a way to rope naija girls into children's topic. What exactly is wrong with you?

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    2. Mbra, ask her again.

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    3. @Shooter Gyal
      You still found a way to shoot me for saying what I teach my kid eh?
      Nkwanu m ikoriko bikonu eh?
      You want to moderate what I teach my kids too? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
      Ngwanu keep shooting at anu ana agba egbe...im dey chop grass
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  16. To get right spiritually, there's warfare out there.

    Bonus - Teach them to save and invest esp the girls cos a man ain't shit until proven otherwise. ๐Ÿ˜

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  18. Street.
    Am too gentle

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  19. To depend fully on God and trust him with all their hearts. He never fails

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  20. To be grateful and thankful always to God and man.

    Secondly, to build a firm relationship with God.

    Typing with puffing browser is just a very big work.

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  21. To my girls, never have that entitlement mentality most naija girls have and to always believe that they can achieve anything a man can achieve. To my boys, never do evil desperate things for money, work hard and everything good thing will come at God's appointed time. To both the girls and boys, always be thankful live a good life, be humble and always be content

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  22. They need not be carried away by anything. This life is all about God and nothing else.
    Everything they do, no matter how insignificant it appears, they should have Christ in mind.

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  23. Seems I got the question wrong ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜


    I'd teach them how to be a scrabble pro like their momma ๐Ÿ˜

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    1. Yea! Crazy momma๐Ÿ˜˜. Their room will be filled with good IQ games.

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  24. Godfearing and to be contended with whatever they have

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  25. Utilise every given opportunity life offers.

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  26. To be thankful and appreciative no matter how little. Learnt from my late Dad ☺️.

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  27. To do the right thing at all times even when no one is watching. (Integrity)

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  28. I will teach my children greeting culture.

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  29. Never to trust people wholeheartedly... Loyalty has a limit.

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  30. I will teach them to be principled

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  31. Boys and girls should be domestically inclined.

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  32. I would teach my kids to believe in themselves and above all have faith in God.

    If they have faith in God and at the same time have confidence in there abilities there is nothing that they can’t accomplish in life.

    I would also teach them that determination leads to success.

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  33. Morals and respect.
    I will also teach them about God.

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    1. if blog pastor doesn't teach her kids about God who will

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    2. Our only true blog pastor๐Ÿ˜

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  34. I will teach them how to Appreciate

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  35. l will teach them to love God above every other thing.

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  36. Good morals
    Respect
    Love
    Empathy
    Thank God my son's are gentlemen to the core,God i bless your name forever.

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  37. Kindness, self love, patience and respect.

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  38. Contentment

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  39. That all humans are equal irrespective of gender. The boys must respect women. You MUST never hit anyone but must do everything to defend yourself incase someone doesn't have sense around you.

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  40. To not be afraid to say ‘NO’

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  41. The first thing I will teach them is to rely solely on God in any situation they find themselves and with full faith.

    To be conscious of people around them and never trust with their heart but their head.

    To be kind to people no matter their look and never seek anything in return.
    let me hold break here, see you guys in another post.

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  42. 1. Never put yourself at a financial disadvantage.

    2. Always have a plan b.

    3. Apart from your spouse, always have more than one item. Investments, etc..

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  43. To be truthful, thankful,contentment,respectful and prayerful..

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  44. A high sense of self esteem and contentment.

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    1. I will teach them the value of hardwork and resilience. Cos I'm fucking lazy. I can't earn my own income. I don't feel motivated to earn anything. I'm depressed most of the time. I grew up always feeling entitled and I expect things to fall in my laps. I got lucky most of the time. I've never worked hard for anything yet I lacked nothing. I guess I'm just lucky.

      2. I'll teach them religiosity and Godliness. It's a cheap form of therapy in Africa. It works magic and Faith in Africa is highly therapeutic. Keeps us sane, helps is discern good from bad, guides and guards us. My parents didn't teach me.

      3. I'll instill in them high self esteem values. My parents not only shattered mine, but dug a grave and buried them. I was molested for years as a child(by my own father). I grew up using anger to deal with the trauma. Both of them(my parents) bullied me for years into thinking that I was the problem and that I was cursed and also mentally ill. They did this from my childhood till my 30 something. They made me feel worthless. Made my siblings and everyone around hate me so I won't be able to share my ordeal. And if I did, no one would believe me. Result?! Zero self esteem and confidence. I'm clocking 40 soon and my life is a total mess. I can never forgive them.

      4. I'll teach them the street smarts.

      5. Back to number 1 ( I love Brian McKnight's "Back at one" so much) cos I'll teach them that hardwork never killed anybody.

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  46. I will teach my kids to have the fruitage of the Holy Spirit, because when they have it every other thing will fall into place, Galatians chapter 5 v 23,24.

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  47. Humility
    Godliness and to work hard for themselves irrespective of our wealth

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