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Thursday, January 27, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post...

 

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    1. Madame koinkoin A.K.A "PeaceMaker "27 January 2022 at 18:42

      Choi Stella this is it, you have said it all.

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  2. To the good all things are good . . .
    Some people, empty pockets
    actually teach them to learn prostitution rather than
    seeking God and learning good
    skills and humbling themselves.
    Too bad.

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    1. Of all things, you picked prostitution, wetin olosho don do you for this life?

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    2. Those who have self respect and dignity and instead of defrauding others,outright stealing or prostituting

      Sell petty items
      Are cleaners etc
      Much respect to them all

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  3. Ododo Oro!

    The last 2 hennn! God forbid, please.

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  4. False prophet ®27 January 2022 at 18:09

    I see a few others you should add to that list;

    Parenting.
    Living in Nigeria.
    Covid19 lockdown.
    A near death experience.

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  5. Experience not necessarily personal but also from others

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  6. I have been through the school of the first, currently in the school of the last two! Hope I graduate with flying colors!

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  7. That empty pocket menh! So terrible I must say. I remember 2011, when things were terribly bad with me. I can't even feed. The best i can eat is bread and groundnut most times. Sometimes I don't eat for a full day. I was very far away from home and my people. I couldn't relate to my people what I was going through then. The bone in my face started showing and my eyelid became swollen with a jaw gradually going inside.

    Seeing me then people asked, "guy you dey sick?" Shamefully, I will say yes. I couldn't tell anyone it's was hungry eating me up.

    When I came back home during a celebration my mom was decorated in the church, my mom shouted and cried, asking me what is going on with me. "This isn't you. What happened?" When I opened up, everyone in the family blamed me for keeping it away from them. Few weeks with mom, I started gaining strength and looking good again.

    Honestly, not eating good food can actually kill slowly.

    Today, remembering all I ever went through in life, I vowed that my children will never know poverty in life. My hustle today is to have a better family tomorrow.

    I can eat whatever I want today unless I've no appetite for it.

    In all, I will say, the street is GRACE.

    ALL SUFFERINGS ARE LESSONS.

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  8. True true πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. Yes o.....it's funny how people change after experiencing the loss of a loved one.

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  10. Beni hope I got it right, practicing my Yoruba

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  11. Very true! This 3 will teach you how to depend solely on God

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  12. You've said it all, no more no less

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