GIVEAWAY RESULT


Hey friends,

GIVEAWAY RESULT ANNOUNCEMENT 

Unfortunately, I got only one response to the Giveaway offer in my last post

And although the condition for the offer (leaving a comment on how my blog was discovered) was not met, I have decided to give away the prize anyway. 

Congratulations, Ayo.

 Thank you for subscribing to my blog. 

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DAY 24- THE SIBLING TAG

Welcome back!


So today I’m thankful for my siblings.



Often, when I remember what growing up was like… I just smile. The playing, acting, eating, singing, sometimes arguing or even fighting together.




Now that we are all grown and mature, let’s just say things are not as they used to be, still we try to have fun as much as our schedules, time and distance permit.


BROTHER TAG @OSESE




1. He (26 moons and 6 dawns)

2. A lot of things…he is jovial, nice, musical, allows me to eat from his plate (even when he is frowning), teaches me a lot of handy stuff around the house, chauffeurs me around town, dashes me money (what more can a little sister ask for 😄) etc

3. He says we look alike…😂😂 [I can’t think of anything else]

4. Random stuff…gisting, hanging out, throwback songs, kid games like Name, Animal, Place or Things (my favorite😅)

5. BC, Egbonsky, Goldenbrother, Smat, Nirankeyz…

6. He doesn’t joke with FOOD, like seriously, dude can like to eat…maybe it’s just a guy thing sha.

7. Plenty memories…primary school days, traveling in the car backseat and singing our lungs out, that late night trip to former Wonderland (Abuja) 


SISTER TAG @OSEBI




1. I (57 moons and 6 dawns)

2. Brainy, Black & Beautiful, mouthed, our family tailor (sorry, fashion designer ☺️), allows me to use her makeup and wear her clothes whenever I like…😉

3. My look-alike in shape, size, height, face (minus the glasses), lots of similarities in thinking (Women rights and feminism topics), life goals (family, career, vacations), creative writing, event planning etc

4. Same as OSESE

5. P, Princo, Cindy

6. She can sleep for Africa…no controversy (sorry babe, couldn’t help it😘)

7. Play acting as little girls, late night convos as adults

Again, I’m thankful for my siblings…their support in times of distress is of immense value. Family is not a right but a privilege…and I do not take mine for granted.

SIBLINGS

Love you bro and sis❤️❤️❤️
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What are you thankful for today?

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Spanish phrase for the day:


Me gusta cocinar- I like to cook

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MELODIOUS MARCH!!!

Hola!

Welcome to MARCH.


The year is pretty fast, isn’t it?

I hope you all are eager to partake of all that God is set to do this season (in your life, nation and globally)…because I AM.

There’s just so much I’m trusting God for right now, and I believe there are endless possibilities awaiting me as each day unfolds.

One of the scriptures I currently find encouraging is,

“Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will act.” Ps 37:5


I saw this on the blog of someone I admire greatly (Hola doctora!😀), and I decided to adapt it for this post.

1. ❤️Reading:

a) FERVENT (Priscilla Shirer):

“That’s why you and I need to be praying—to keep the truth about our real identity in constant, unbroken focus before us.”
“Truth—God’s standard and viewpoint about us—must come first in our hearts and minds if we want to be effective in
battle against the enemy.”

b) WHEN GOD WHISPERS YOUR NAME (Max Lucado):


“Conflict is inevitable but combat is optional.”
“God forgets the past. Imitate him. Sacrilege is to feel guilt for sins already forgiven.”


“Don’t ask God to do what you want, ask God to do what is right.”
“You’ll never forgive anyone more than God has already forgiven you.”
“To see sin without grace is despair. To see grace without sin is arrogance”

c) LIONESS ARISING (Lisa Bevere):

-The lioness rises to gather strength, greet/groom others, hunt, move the young to safety, confront the enemies that threaten the pride and walk alongside her king.
-The lioness has something which is fierce, wild at the same time beautiful.

d) PASSING IT ON (Myles Munroe):
“Finishing well is more important than starting well.”
“One of the most difficult decisions a leader has, is to surrender the reins of power to another.”
“Knowing when to leave is so essential that it’s better for a leader to leave too early than too late.”

e) INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Peter F. Drucker):

– Entrepreneurship is neither a science or an art, it is a practice.
– Innovation is the specific tool for entrepreneurs the means by which they exploit change as an opportunity for a different service or business.
– Not everyone who starts a new venture is an entrepreneur. An Entrepreneur has to have special characteristics over being New Or Small. Your business venture does not have to be small or new to make you an entrepreneur.
– An Entrepreneur doesn’t have to be a business owner, capitalist, or employer.
– People who need certainty are unlikely to make good entrepreneurs.

f) AMERICANAH (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie):

I read the preview copy last year, and bought this recently. Interesting and intriguing read, Chimamanda has a way of putting the obvious in a not-so-obvious way.

I could actually relate with this part, even with Vincentians, it’s never “Sorry” but “Are you okay?”

Nigerians on the other hand, will expect you to tell them “sorry” even when you’re not responsible for their misfortunes.

g) THE BOOK OF ISAIAH :

I recently came across this passage and I thought of my beloved country Nigeria, as I turned it into a prayer:

17 “Those who will rebuild you are coming soon, and those who destroyed you will leave. 18 Look around and see what is happening! Your people are assembling — they are coming home! As surely as I am the living God, you will be proud of your people, as proud as a bride is of her jewels. 19 “Your country was ruined and desolate — but now it will be too small for those who are coming to live there. And those who left you in ruins will be far removed from you. (‭Isaiah‬ ‭49‬:‭17-19‬ GNB)

2. ❤️Playing: Nothing. Once upon a time, it was CANDY CRUSH, but those days are long gone.
3. ❤️Watching: Nothing ATM.  Last watched YELLOW BIRD (last weekend), and in my opinion, it’s booooring….with a CAPITAL B.

4.❤️Listening to: I TESTIFY (by Ada).

Recently discovered it on my playlist and it’s been a recurring song in my spirit. Surely, this month I TESTIFY. 

5.❤️ Working on: learning Spanish (courtesy of Fluencia and Duolingo) and Igbo languages (courtesy of Igbovillagesquare on YouTube). It’s been fun all the way.

6. ❤️Eating: Besides real food, lots of Golden Morn and different kinds of Sausage rolls (Gala, Meaty, Beefie😭😂)


7. ❤️Wanting: Many things….especially a new pair of shoes (maybe silver sandals), a friend’s wedding is coming up this month and there’s nothing to rock my iro and buba with…yet.

8. ❤️Needing: More of God. More of his wisdom. More of his strength. More of his grace.

9. ❤️Loving: The strong, fervent, and godly woman I am becoming.

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10. ❤️ Thinking: of passing the MDCN exams in peace and not in pieces……the workload seems overwhelming, but God dey. 

Over 80 lecture slides already and still counting! 😑😐
11. ❤️Feeling: Blessed to be part of my immediate family. So I ran away from Lagos last weekend, to be with my homeys and how refreshing it was.

The ancient city of Ibadan was welcoming as usual.

IBADAN
The highlight was an evening outing, after a road trip through a part of the city, while singing our favorite hymns and recalling poems/nursery rhymes…of course we took several snap shots (plus a professional studio shoot), followed by a lovely dinner.



And yours sincerely had a big cheese burger that was so yummy….


12. ❤️Celebrating : The publishing of my first book, MY FEGGO DIARIES. It’s basically a memoir about the highs and lows, of my experiences in a Nigerian boarding house.


It is now available for download on Okadabooks app (Googleplay and App Store). I’ll appreciate your reviews and feedbacks.

13. ❤️ Grateful for: The new MONTH.

it is my desire to make MELODY to the Lord with my heart continually, in anticipation of all the testimonies that await me. Like the scripture says,

“addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart, giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,”

Ephesians 5:19-20 ESV

I decided to dig out 20 of my favorite hymns (in no particular order) and share with you all. You can look up their verses/tunes on the Internet. I hope you’re blessed by them.

What are some of your favorite hymns?

Have a melodious March,

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Ps: Thanks to all who supported and contributed to my blog challenge, 26 BLESSINGS AND COUNTING. I’ll be completing the skipped days at a latter time, which will be communicated accordingly.

Muchas gracias. ❤️❤️❤️

DAY 20: Currently Loving…

Welcome back.

Thank God for another Monday.

It’s a fresh new week with lots of opportunities to make a difference.

Today I’m thankful for Me.
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We often have several reasons why we admire and appreciate other people.

For instance, I appreciate my mum a lot. She is one of the most caring persons I know. She is always concerned about my welfare even in seemly insignificant matters.

My dad on the other hand, is really good with dates. No Anniversary or Birthday in the family passes him by. He would call to let you know he remembers. And it’s one of the things I admire about him.

Each of my siblings and close friends have something unique about them too. Things I feel I may never measure up to and I’m learning not to compare and contrast all the time.

I appreciate people who are outstanding, caring, organized, intelligent, diligent, disciplined, courageous, confident, and passionate among other sweet things.

I especially admire those who have gone against the tide to become everything God has called them to be; people who have refused to be ordinary and are not afraid to step out and make a difference. These are the kind of people that inspire me.

Sometime last year, I began to reflect on some of the things I admire about myself and I came up with a few:

1. My name.
I believe in the unique meaning of names and how they can influence a person; I know mine isn’t an ordinary one.
The name Eunice is of greek origin and it means “Good Victory” or “Happily victorious“.

I’m literally in love with my own name. I know I can’t be defeated come what may. I’m a WINNER all the time.

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So when people want to call me by my middle (ethnic) name, I’m like, NO, just call me Eunice, thanks!!!

2. Being petite.
What’s there not to love about my figure and stature? I see being petite as an advantage in many ways especially because I’m able to fit into any social setting without necessarily looking out of place.
The major challenge is getting the right size of clothes sometimes and especially, SHOES!!! I use a small 37 and it’s not the easiest to find in a Nigerian market but I’m still thankful!

3. Quiet Nature.
I bet a few of my friends will beg to disagree with this one…especially those who have seen my “other side” haha.
But everyone who has met me really knows how quiet I can be, when I want to, which is most of the time.
I like myself for that.
Silence doesn’t bother me. It never has and it probably never will. I believe it’s a gift and I’m thankful for it.
We live in a world where most people are busy talking and always eager to be heard, with only a few taking the time to actually listen. My quiet nature allows me to be contemplative, observant and retrospective…and I believe those qualities are…well, awesome.😊

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4. Ready student.
Forget the fact that I’m done with medical school. I still feel like a fresher in the school of life. The more I learn, the more things I know I have to learn.
I’m thankful for the privilege to grow and improve upon myself constantly. My philosophy is: To be better today than I was yesterday.

5. Trust in God.
Above everything else, I’m thankful for my relationship with God. The 25th of September, 2005, was a day that changed my life forever. It’s my faith in God that makes all the difference when it comes down to it. I’m glad I was able to make that decision to give my Life to Christ and the sweet fellowship I now enjoy with him is incomparable.
He guides my thoughts, words and choices. Whatever inspiration I have to reach out to others through this platform and in real life, comes from him.

Here’s one of my favorite scriptures:
“I will give thanks and praise to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well.”

Psalm 139:14 AMP

So what do you admire about yourself?
And what are you thankful for today?
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Stay fervent,
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DAY 13: TGIM!!!

Welcome back,
It’s the start of another working week.

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And I hope you’re EXCITED.

For a lot of people, Mondays are dreaded…it marks the beginning of another stressful week.


Most folks are like, “can I have an extra day to just chill, please?”



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To be honest, I get that feeling sometimes too.

But today I’m thankful for Mondays and for every day I get to make a difference.

Because what I do matters and sometimes I forget that.

It’s easy to feel pretty overwhelmed by the sheer pressure and stress of work that I’m not mindful about how I’m making the world a better place.

Medicine to me, is more than a Profession,
It’s a Passion to see people live whole, mentally, socially and physically.

The Hippocratic Oath

For me having a medical degree is a Privilege I do not take for granted, and it’s humbling when patients listen to me as I share my medical knowledge with them.

I know I’m no genius, I’m who I am by God’s grace. 

Ultimately, it is God who heals.

I’m especially grateful because what was once a dream, is today a reality.

God brought me from here,

That tiny girl with a timid face
To this point…

The confident doctor with a cute smile


He makes dreams come through. 


I may not always feel like it but I’m committed to not just the Hippocratic oath but God’s word:

“Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.”
1 Corinthians 4:2 NIV

I’ve been given a trust and I must prove faithful. So help me God.

Again, thank God for Mondays.

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In whatever job you do, don’t just leave with a paycheck, leave a legacy.

  • Be Passionate
  • Be Proactive 
  • Be Productive 


For you trusting God for that dream-job or the next phase of your career, don’t stop believing, don’t stop persevering…

And if you already have that dream job, remember you’re there to make a difference. 

So keep your dreams alive, the world needs it.

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What are you thankful for today?

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DAY 9: UNSEEN BATTLES.

Hi Everyone,

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I apologize for the short-break, some minor issues came up but thankfully I got through.
This evening as I walked through my neighborhood, I observed the activities going on around me; there were children returning from school, older folks returning from their workplace, vendors selling their wares, a few bikes carrying passengers and other random scenes on the street. Most of the locals exchanged greetings with one another in a familiar way, and it appeared that I was just another stranger walking by. Then it occurred to me that it’s the same route I’ve been taking for a while now and there would be a few people who are used to seeing my “strange” face by now.
I wasn’t so invincible after all.
It’s not many days ago that one of my neighbors in the compound I live in, accused me of not greeting her regularly, when I approached her for a certain assistance. In my mind I was like “oh”.
Obviously I went into an apology mode immediately because…no time to make compound-enemies😂

Just in case you’re wondering, in Nigeria, respect is something we often demand rather than earn. And for some reason, greeting someone, especially an older person is a cheap way of showing respect. That’s by the way.

The bottomline is, there are people who know we exist even if we don’t know they do. This is not to encourage superstitious beliefs or paranoia, but it’s the truth.

You’re being watched.

Although that’s not always a bad thing.

Anyway today I’m thankful for victory over unseen battles.

It doesn’t make it easy that the Nigerian culture is a morbidly superstitious one, where everyone feels like someone is out to get them.


 I won’t even go into some of the negative mindset we have cultivated or passed on to our kids. Thank God those days of tormenting fears in my life are in the past.
If you’re a Christian familiar with the scriptures, you’ll understand that there are spiritual battles being fought on a daily basis.

The greatest of which is the battle for your soul.



We are constantly in a Spiritual Warfare.
According to the scriptures we are told to,

“Put on all the armour that God gives you, so that you will be able to stand up against the Devil’s evil tricks. For we are not fighting against human beings but against the wicked spiritual forces in the heavenly world, the rulers, authorities, and cosmic powers of this dark age.”

Ephesians 6:11-12 GNB
But there are physical battles and dangers too.

And that’s why it’s comforting to know that:

“He will not let you fall; your protector is always awake. The protector of Israel never dozes or sleeps. The LORD will guard you; he is by your side to protect you.”
Psalms 121:3-5 GNB

And here’s a famous scripture,


Psalm 91.

The good news is that God watches over his own.

He protects. He shields. He defends. He fights.

Whether the battle is seen or unseen, physical or spiritual, direct or indirect, I’m assured that:

God watches over me. And I don’t need to watch my back.

I love this song,

What are you thankful for?
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PS: I’ll catch up on all the days I missed at the end of the challenge.
Remain fervent,
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DAY 4: HUMBLE BEGINNINGS!

Welcome back.

Earlier this evening while running an errand, I saw some kids on my street mostly doing what kids know how to do best, playing.

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I also observed a few of them carrying buckets of water on their heads, because you see, I currently live in a community that lacks running water, so you either fetch from a community bore-hole, or have your own pumping machine.
Anyway, today I took time to Pause and Reflect on my own past, when I was in similar shoes.

 My brother and I often trekked some ten minutes distance from our house most evenings to fetch water from our neighborhood. It wasn’t unusual for me to spill about a quarter of the content on my way home though…but no matter the quantity of water I delivered home, it was worth the effort to my mum.

Fast forward to about 20 years later, and I’ve almost forgotten what it feels like not to have running water 24/7 in the house until recently. Thankfully , I don’t have to do the fetching myself, I just employ the services of some of the locals for a token fee.

Looking back now, I can only smile.



That’s just one part of my story, there are several  twists and turns to it.

Who I am today, is not who I’ve always been.

I’ve come a long way from the young and timid girl who would rather spectate rather than participate in life. I used to be way too laid-back. For those that think I’m slow, you have no idea how “slow” I really was. Over the years, I’ve been privileged to serve and lead different people. And I keep getting better at it. Not only that, I’ve also been able to volunteer a number of times, something I won’t naturally do.

I’ve come a long way from the grumpy, always moody teenager who couldn’t be bothered to smile about anything for any reason. Thank God for the Eunice that now Smiles.



– I’ve come a long way from the young fault-finding and insecure adult who was concerned about whether or not she would find true love in her lifetime or fulfill destiny or even make it to heaven
. I can truly say, I may not have all the answers yet, but I know one who does, GOD.

Oh, I’ve really come a long way

Don’t let me even bore you with how helplessly hopeless I used to be in the kitchen as an undergraduate. 

Semi-cooked beans, burnt noodles and tomato paste stew were my signature brands… 🙈😂
I’m not quite there yet, but a good number of people today can testify without bias of my culinary skills.

Hallelujah Somebody!

Ewedu and Stew…yummilicious!
My journey through Med school was another huge testimony, I don’t even know how, but GOD did it. Technically speaking, I was on the dean’s list twice, and I won’t even lie I didn’t even have a well structured study plan then.


It was God.

There’s so much about me that has changed for the better. I’ve been blessed in more ways than I can even count in the past few years.
Sometimes on reflection, I tend to chide myself for being such a latecomer as per personal achievements, or why I’m just learning some basic lessons about life, but then I say to myself, It’s better late than never.
So today, I’m sincerely thankful to God for where he has brought me from.


He takes all the credit. He deserves all the praise.

I’m Content about where I am now, and Confident about where he is taking me to.

Like the scriptures say,

“I alone know the plans I have for you, plans to bring you prosperity and not disaster, plans to bring about the future you hope for.”

Jeremiah 29:11 GNB

and I particularly love this,

Do not let your heart envy sinners [who live godless lives and have no hope of salvation], But [continue to] live in the [reverent, worshipful] fear of the LORD day by day. Surely there is a future [and a reward], And your hope and expectation will not be cut off.”
PROVERBS 23:17-18 AMP

and this, 


So my dear readers, you may not be you where you want to be yet, but thank God you are not where you used to be.

Life is a journey. Enjoy it. 

What are you thankful for today?
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DAY 3: HE LOVES ME!

Welcome back.


“Jesus loves me this I know, for the bible tells me so…”

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Children all over the world have sung this beautiful song, hundreds of time over the years but the lyrics remain relevant.
Today I’m particularly grateful for God’s love,
I know he loves the entire world but it’s extra sweet to know that he loves me as an individual.
This love is personal.


I didn’t do anything to deserve his love. In fact here’s what the scriptures say:

“It is a difficult thing for someone to die for a righteous person. It may even be that someone might dare to die for a good person. But God has shown us how much he loves us — it was while we were still sinners that Christ died for us!”
Romans 5:7-8 GNB

God’s love is all encompassing.
1- It is Compassionate: He hears my cry, sees my pain and knows my struggles. His love is kind and patient, very considerate of my human weaknesses.
2- It is Consistent: There are no buts or what ifs, it never falters, it never fails. He doesn’t love me less today than he did yesterday, no matter the number of times I fail God, he’s ever ready to forgive and restore me.
3- It is Complete: His love is totally SACRIFICIAL. He gave the best gift of all to mankind, his son Jesus. This kind of love is incomparable, it is AGAPE. No individual can love me this way, no one.

And you know what gives me such confidence, NOTHING can separate me from God’s love.

Absolutely Nothing.

“For I am certain that nothing can separate us from his love: neither death nor life, neither angels nor other heavenly rulers or powers, neither the present nor the future, neither the world above nor the world below — there is nothing in all creation that will ever be able to separate us from the love of God which is ours through Christ Jesus our Lord.”
Romans 8:38-39 GNB

God’s love is BAE,

Before Anything/Anyone Else.


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He loves you too.
If you’ve never experienced what it feels like, the time is NOW.
No matter where else you’ve been searching for true love,
God says, come home.

So what are you thankful for today?

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Remain fervent,

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DAY 2: HEALTH IS WEALTH!

Welcome back.
You know it’s one thing to be alive, it’s another thing to be up and about.
Today, I’m especially thankful for my health…not that I’ve never been sick, but that I’m hale and hearty enough to help to take care of other sick people.

Because ultimately, Doctors treat but it is God that heals.

You see, when you spend a good part of your day in the hospital ward like I do, there are two things involved; you either become really detached or get really sober and I’ve been on both extremes.

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It’s tough to see the intensity of other people’s pain and not ponder on how fragile the human body is.
One moment a person is going about his/her usual activities, the next moment he/she is down with a stroke, or heart attack or some trauma…on the other hand, he/she unknowingly contracts a disease, or is diagnosed with an autoimmune condition or a malignancy, the list is endless.

Have you ever been worried sick about the state of your health?

I have. I blame it especially on the medical knowledge I accumulated over my years in medical school. Experts refer to it as Medical Student Syndrome (Hypochondriasis of Medical Students). What have I not diagnosed myself with? Uterine Fibroids? Myasthenia gravis? Migraine? Hypothyroidism? There’s always one unexplainable disease or the other that I have…lol.

But thank God for God. 

There are at least 30,000 known diseases in the world today, according to the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) and only a third of them have known cure.

Sickness can present in diverse ways but the characteristics are the same:

1. Sickness is debilitating. It makes the patient exhausted not only physically but also mentally and financially.

2. Sickness is disabling. It leaves the patient unfit to do certain things, including simple everyday activities, walking, eating, cooking etc

3. Sickness is distracting. It keeps the patient preoccupied from other important stuff, like hanging out with friends, completing a particular project or even contributing to the society.

4. Sickness is disrupting. It usually disorganizes the patient’s life. Kids miss school. Work is neglected.
Often other important aspects of the patient’s life (like work and family) become secondary in relation to the ailment. 

In short, sickness changes one’s priorities and that’s why it’s really important to consistently intercede on behalf of the sick.

To be in health is not just the absence of any illness, but the presence of physical, mental and even spiritual vitality.

Life is not just about the quantity (how long you live) but also about the quality (how well you live).
Your health not only contributes to the length of your life, it also contributes to its depth, that is, how much impact you make in your lifetime.

Sound health is the platform for fulfilling every purpose under heaven. It is true that there are many physically challenged people doing exploits in our world today, howbeit with some help, because there is a limit to what a physically or mentally impaired individual can do. 

The beautiful thing is that the rich cannot buy good health, only God can give it and that is why I’m super grateful for mine.
Having said all that, there’s still a lot we can actively do about our health. Using medical terminology, there are modifiable and non-modifiable factors to healthy living.

The obvious non-modifiable factors include: Gender, Age, Race, Family history of illnesses, and Genetics which can contribute to some illnesses.

The modifiable factors are usually related to diet and lifestyle and in one way or the other, we all can do something about that. It’s called INTENTIONAL living.

Here are three universal tips for good health:
1. Eat a balanced diet.

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More fruits, less junk. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption. Water is good but drink moderately.

2. Sleep well.
    Your body needs it. 7 hours a day is the minimum recommendation for adults. 

3. Keep fit.
Ensure your Body Mass Index (BMI) is within normal limits. Run if you must, skip if you want or dance if you can. 

What matters is not the shape of your body but the state of your health.

Remember, HEALTH IS WEALTH.

So what are you thankful for today?

Now to some SPANISH,


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Stay Fervent.

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Melanin Does Not Automatically Make You Superhuman.

BLACK DOES NOT MAKE YOU BETTER AND BLACK SHOULD NOT MAKE YOU BITTER!!!

Omooba, The Nerdy Nerd.

If you are black and you live in Africa, like you’ve spent the last 365 days in an African nation, you don’t have quite enough audacity or experience to talk about racism. In lesser words, it’s really not your concern and you can’t help. In the real sense of it, your posting black lives matter and talking about white privilege is something more of pretentiousness than actual relevance. Because 1) it’s not happening to you 2) it will most likely never happen to you in your country. The awareness of black lives also came, I believe, with some romanticism of melanin. I just want to clear some things. Africa, specifically Nigeria, my country really has so much to deal with and to improve on. Nigerians, Africans should not turn the race thing into a romantic affair with melanin. There’s no problem with appreciating how beautiful black skin is, that’s fine but…

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