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Sunday, March 22, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

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    1. To always put God first in what ever they do.

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    2. To be contented..
      My parents thought me this,and I don't everlook at another persons thing no matter what you have.
      Silent Beevee

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    3. Dignity. It encompasses alot

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    4. Be yourself always child of mine.

      Be contented with what you have

      Fear nobody but God

      My daughter, a man doesn't define your existence. Let nobody fool you. Open your inner eyes for true love because *love is beautiful*

      My son, be a change in your generation and respect women. But DON'T let any wayo geh take advantage of your kind heart. Seek LOVE and cherish it when you truthfully find it

      No matter how many times you fall, ALWAYS believe in yourself and NEVER give up

      DON'T forget where you come from

      Seek respect and NOT likeness from people. When you seek likeness, you become an easy prey for manipulative people

      LOVE GOD! Make your bible your bestfriend because in it lies ALL the guide you need to navigate through life.

      Always know I love you; no matter what! Mama will ALWAYS love you munchkins till she dies ❤❤❤

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    5. To make the most of themselves for that is all they have

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    6. Honesty,self control,self love,self respect,love and kindness. I know I’m not kind to everyone i meet and its not a habit that i can change overnight so I’ll teach them to love and be kind to everyone. I’ll also teach them silence when they’re angry.

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    1. Integrity and contentment

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    2. Boldness and fear of God.
      Expressive and integrity.

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    1. But you have neither hun, how you gonna teach em? How?

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    2. One thing, not 2 😏πŸ₯΄

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  4. To be respectful to elders.

    Sluttychic.

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  5. The value of a life lived for God alone. They have to know life is vanity and fleeting and the only thing that matters is God.
    God first and every other thing may follow.

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    1. You can only live once. You can only be young once. Make the most of every age and stage of your life.

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  7. greeting..how to greet people well

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    1. Greeting, are you for real 😏πŸ₯΄πŸ€¦πŸΎ‍♀️

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  8. Good name is better than riches. Always follow protocol , and everything will fall into place.

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  9. The 48 laws of Power: Law 1: Never outshine the master

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  10. The importance of having a personal relationship with God.

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  11. To my boys: Toto has brought down great men, dont underestimate it and it has no meter

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  12. The Scripture, the Word of God...
    Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows up
    he will not depart from it...Prov. 22:6
    As for those my Sisis wey dey press phones 24/7, make una teach una
    pikins to read bible.
    But before you go teach your pikins, you dey read am so?
    Okwa ajuju o 😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝

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    1. ANG, teach your own pickins. Worry about yourself and your family and leave how people raise their kids. You must be emotionally disturbed to always be here talking about naija sisi all the time.

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    2. Janie, she is protected by the powers of the blogsphere. If not eh...she for don either vamus from here or changed her ways by now. Such a hate filled individual.

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    3. @Jane
      Did you see "Naija" in that my comment?
      Okwa ajuju o. 🀷🏻‍♀️
      You read wetin you wan read (that does not exist),
      I write my truthful yarns wey I dey always write that
      is real.
      Thanks for that "emotionally disturbed" curse wey you cuss me so,
      inugo? 😊😊😊

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    4. @Saphire
      "Powers of the blogsphere?"[sic.]
      "vamus?"[sic.]
      Hmm, you carry knife come butcher Oyinbo today eh?
      Na only Jesus dey protect me and my truthful yarns o
      from all una ndi uta arrows.
      Oops, make I VAMOOSE from this BLOGOSPHERE before Saphire onye uta shoot me 🏹🏹🏹
      πŸƒπŸ»‍♀️πŸƒπŸ»‍♀️πŸƒπŸ»‍♀️πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  13. Use of the five magic words in Life(Please,Sorry,Thank you,Excuse,Pardon Me)

    @MARTINS

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  14. Self love: I will teach my kids to love whatever skin color they are in, whatever makes them imperfect.

    Respect: I will teach them to respect people especially women.

    Consent: I'm teaching my son about his body parts and how some are PRIVATE so no one is allowed to touch him unless he gives consent. I also told him to ask his mates (male and female) first before touching them regardless of the body part, be it hand or head.

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    1. @perxian it says ONE ☝🏾. The one important thing..........
      You gave us 3. I beg pick one
      And learn to follow instructions 😝

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    2. LOL okay anon.

      I pick Self Love with Respect and Consent. 😊

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    3. See as Una dey take fail exam 😏πŸ₯΄πŸ€”

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  15. To never put themselves at a financial disadvantage..

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  16. Greeting, how to greet people both elderly and young people.

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  17. They should never say YES, when they mean to say NO!

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  18. Above all, contentment will be the greatest of all value I will instill on my children.

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    1. Contentment with the ordinary? Abeg teach them to strive for more! All things are possible

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  19. Be as smart/wise as the serpent...street smart, book smart inclusive.

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  20. Family is everything. Value it.

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  21. Self confidence.

    My heart breaks when I see adults with so much talent and so little confidence.

    Regards,

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    1. I concur. Lack of self confidence ruined my life.

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    2. Thank you... This is underrated.
      My parents never taught me but I'm trying to learn

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  22. If I must pick only one, it will be ‘placing a high value on your self’.

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  23. All these chants of;
    smart
    God-fearing
    humble
    down to earth
    respect
    greet and not insult people
    not to shoot arrows 😊
    No selling of forks
    Shuoooooooorrrr!
    Na Naija girls abi na German girls come full blog today?
    Okwa ajuju o.
    Hmm, I had to look at the address bar to make sure say na sdk blog I dey
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Ang
      You like trouble πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. @Chocolat
      I like chocolate (sugar free). 😊😊
      Na ndi uta like trouble. Their arrows are full
      of trouble. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  24. Integrity
    Contentment
    Work Hard / Smart
    Value yourself

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  25. Integrity. Such a way that people know you for that and take your word for it.

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  26. The sunnah (traditions) of Prophet Muhammad PBUH πŸ‘Œ

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  27. Self love or is it self respect.

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  28. I will teach them LOVE.


    3 things will last, Faith, Hope and Love and the greatest of this is Love.

    Love of God and humanity.
    Christ said I give you a new commandment, Love God and Love your neighbor as Christ has loved you.

    For God so loved the world......
    Love, the true essence of our existence.

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  29. To be truthful and put God first in everything .

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  30. Fear of God, contentment self confidence and to help the needy

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  31. Contentment, modesty and respect for people. Its not easy to train a child but only God can help one. I will try so hard to enlightenment my boys and girls about how powerful their bodies are and how important it is to keep them pure! God help me o

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  32. To have the fear of God,GOD will add other neccessary things they need

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  33. Morally upright n fear of God

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  34. I have a daughter and I am already raising her a feminist

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  35. Self discipline

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  36. To have fear of God in them

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  37. Intergrity.
    Intergrity
    Intergrity.

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  38. The fear of God,the beginning of wisdom which includes the integrity of God's word.


    Flawlessly.

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  39. High self esteem:with it comes honesty,the will to do good,they will know they can be the best in everything!

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  40. Confidence, doggedness and resilience

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  41. Never to settle for less. They must desire and work hard to be the best

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  42. Fear and Love for God. Love your family,Hardwork(Save and Invest well well),sincerity and respect for mankind.

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  43. Self control, self love and kindness.Lastly the fear of God in them

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  44. Contentment

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  45. Study the Bible daily

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