DAY 25: EXCITED!!!

Welcome back.


First, let me apologize for all the missed days of this blog challenge.

Like I mentioned in one of my previous posts, this is the most challenging blog challenge I’ve undertaken in my 3 years of blogging. 

I can’t even begin to list all the issues that came up along the line, but God is FAITHFUL. 

You can tell I’m pretty excited tonight (err, actually it’s morning already). God has made one of MAJOR my goals for this year attainable. 

Here’s a snippet: 


And just in a little while, you all can have access to it. 


He sure makes dreams come true!!!

I’ve been working on this project for over 5 months and at some point I was like “who send me job?”

Writing no be beans o. Especially when you try to go all professional with honest reviews et al.

Again, God is FAITHFUL.

Today I’m thankful for MY FEGGO DIARIES, which is now READY and will be released SOON!!!!!

Like, I can already taste it…hahaha. God is great. 

See ehn, at one time, I didn’t even see myself as someone that could write a book talk less of publishing one. (Permit my Nigerian Englishūüėéūü§ď).

I’m grateful for everyone that encouraged and those that took part in this labor with me. My very good friend, Obinna, you’re such a blessing. My God will reward you fully.

All I can say is, IMELA.


Spanish phrase for the day:

Gracias Dio: Thank God.

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Stay fervent,

:::requ1ne:::

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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?”



Haha
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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:

‚ÄúNow it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.‚ÄĚ
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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Stay fervent,
:::requ1ne:::

Your Dream Is Not Bigger Than Mine…

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Your dream is not bigger than mine, 

My dream is not bigger than yours. 
Your dream is what it is, yours…

To be the President, a great scientist or business tycoon.
My dream is what it is, mine…

To travel the world, care for the poor or become a nun.
The size of a dream is not determined by its loftiness,

but by the size of the hearts behind it. 
So your dream is not bigger than mine,

And my dream is not bigger than yours.

Keep your dream alive,

The world needs it.
~Requ1ne~ (2016)

LESSON 16: NOT EVERYONE WILL BELIEVE IN YOU.

When it comes down to it, it’s useless to expect that everyone will cheer you on in life. Some people will not just give their support, no matter what you do. Period.¬†

While a number of people are downright haters (permit the use of that term) and always have malicious intentions towards you, others are sincere and their reservations are genuine. Of the latter, there are some people who just don’t think you can. To them you don’t have the right combination of background,¬†talents, skills, personality and¬†intelligence. They can see you fail through even before you start. Now if only your goals are a bit more realistic, they would readily give their support. You’ll hear statements like, “oh she’s pretty good at dancing but I don’t see her making a career in acting.”

Some other people lack the faith to see you reach out for those extraordinary goals you’ve set; they wonder why you are not comfortable with getting to a particular level, especially one that appears reasonable to them. Others will even pick offence at you for daring to dream big, they just think you lack contentment. Afterall, they say, not many people can even boast of this degree or that career, what else do you want in life?

The truth is, not¬†everyone will believe in you¬†and¬†that’s fine. Just because others can’t see what you can see, doesn’t mean you should stop seeing it.¬†No one can picture the future you want better than you. That they are your friends, teachers or family members, does not make them indispensable to your future. You must learn to chart your own course, because ultimately you will have to live in it.

There have been stories of parents who put their kids on a particular course, and after some time, those kids end up doing something entirely different. For example, some parents wanted their daughter to become a lawyer, so they invested diligently in her education upto law school. On getting there however, the young lady discovered her love for photography and pursued it immediately after graduating. Fortunately her parents were smart enough to give their support, even though some concerned friends¬†advised them otherwise. Today, she’s very successful doing what she is passionate about. And her parents are proud of her achievements as well.

Although you need people’s support to succeed in any given venture, you don’t need everybody’s opinion. When you align yourself with the direction God is leading you to, he will raise HELPERS along the way. In your pursuit of success however, don’t focus on proving your¬†doubters wrong. When your success is evident, you don’t have to gloat or boast about it, instead give God thanks. “So then it is not of him that willeth, nor of him that runneth, but of God that sheweth mercy.” (Romans 9:16)

This year, dare to DREAM BIG even if No one believes in you.

Cheers,

:::requ1ne:::