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Friday, May 13, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

36 comments:

  1. Ability not to depend on anyone for anything except God!πŸ™

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  2. Contentment, honesty, truthful, love one another, and above all, to always say and stand by the truth.

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    1. "don't get too comfortable. There's always room for improvement". Credit my Dad. "There are lots of very good and kind people out there". Credit my Mum.

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  3. Humility and contentment

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  4. God is Supreme
    Disciplined
    Contentment
    Accountability
    Honesty
    Kindness

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  5. Dad: Never allow anyone intimidate me.
    Mom; Hardwork.

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  6. The most important value that I should have learnt was never taught. My mother should have made it very clear what a woman stood to lose by losing her virginity. She herself didn't marry a virgin so why didn't she emphasise on that very point from time to time? If I had a daughter, I'd have done anything possible to make sure she keeps herself till marriage. That's my grouse against my mother. I didn't learn any value from her. The religion that she carried on her head has done me more harm than good yet the one good thing that should have been emphasised on was never mentioned.

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    1. Same thing with me except that mine married a virgin. My daughter must swear to remain a virgin..

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    2. Anon 18:34, I know your comment vibes from a place of legitimate pain but believe me, there's a lesson in there which you mentioned: the hypothetical of what you'll emphasize to the next generation.

      Don't make a list of the things you don't have or things you weren't taught. Itemize the positive lessons and things that God used them to teach you. That is the list that God works with. Remember Moses? God increases you from what you already have. Count your blessings if you want more.

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    3. And what does a woman stand to lose if she is no longer a virgin πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    4. One man's kpomo is another man's slippers!
      When it took me so long to forgive my own mother for brainwashing me into keeping one stupid virginity till I was over 30! My entire youth almost passed me by and I was naive and acting like a teenager in relationship when I was supposed to be mature and seen it all. Abeg...

      "...if i had a daughter, I'd have done anything possible to make sure she keeps herself till marriage". I honestly wish you luck with that. Don't forget children of these days are not like from our generation. Be careful to avoid revolts.

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  7. Do not be found outside the home after 7PM
    That has spared me a lot of troubles🎈🎈🎈

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  8. To marry your best friend, to be very prayerful and diligent

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  9. Pure unadulterated love- every thing good will come.

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  10. Dad....Learn how to eat with the rich and also with the poor, treat both with equal level of respect. He kept saying that to me. Always, till it sunk in!

    Mum...No matter what, be a kind partner.

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  11. Omo na prayers o. My mum would be like mummy ikwesiri idi Ike n’ekpere. I na aga n’uzo, gi na ekpe ekpere. Popsy motto na ekpere bu ogwu m gworo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  12. God will always work with what you have so don't focus on what you don't have, rather recognize and celebrate what you've been given. Start from where you are.

    Hope against hope. Know for a fact that God will come through for you.

    Be a person of your word. That's integrity.

    Be content and yet, be expectant of much better.

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  13. Prayers. Prayers. What God cannot do does not exist. .
    Hard work and patience pays.
    No matter what happens, never forget who was there for you during the dry season.

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  14. Contentment, selflessness and discipline

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  15. My fols eh....too many positive affirmative words were spoken to me as a child I grew up with a huge dose of confidence. NOONE CAN TALK ME DOWN. Thank you Dad and Mum. Hopefully I'd replicate this with my kids.

    Momma thought me to fear God.

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  16. Selflessness, love, contentment,fear of God, honestly, loyalty, respect for one another, prayerful

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  17. Humility, Selflessness, Patience, Kindness and the ability to respect everyone irrespective of tribe, class, religion or age. #ALiSpeaks

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  18. Put God First
    Love
    To be there for each other ( Siblings)

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  19. Contentment
    Integrity
    Patience
    Humility

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  20. Consistency and contentment

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  21. God is number one
    Contentment
    Hard work pays
    Be independent
    Nothing last forever. E plenty oo

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  22. Never to put your trust on human being

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  23. Watch and Do as I do

    he never said it, but implied it through his lifetime

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  24. Gratitude. They are always and show gratitude for everything. There is no place for entitlement mentality in my upbringing.

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