So I was taking a stroll on the ‘FAB lane’ tonight (you too should sometimes) and I ‘ran into’ this amazing piece I wrote some two years ago, in my final year in UI.
As with the Word of God, this post is still relevant today.
I bless God for good godly relationships on three levels
1. With those who look up to you
2. With those on same level as you
3. Your mentors/ogas
We really should NEVER walk alone.
Working on another group of FAB ladies like we had last year. Will let us know deets as soon as my lil Royal lets me. Loool.
Now this post aside the deep truths within, also made me remember how vain I was. Lol. I loved my pictures mehn!!! See as I splash myself everywhere, tz almost embarrassing hehehe. I love the very first picture tho. I am gonna keep it within eye’s reach as MOTIVATION!!!
I have a mentee who does same now with her blog. Writes exactly like me. Dee, you gonna cringe at your blog and all the gazillion pictures a few years down the line sha. Hahaha.
But I LOVE reading her!!! Feel free to visit her blog too and see the comparison of which I speak. https://xtainchicblogs.wordpress.com/
Btw Dee, we should totally lose the ‘wordpressdotcom’. Holler at me let’s sort that out…
Ok guys, enjoy the post. Tz quite a long read while I attend to my booboo KingDaveed
You know, I have been thinking of something recently… so I decided I would blog about it.
A lot of people talk to me about stuff. I think I am that kinda person that one can easily talk to so even complete strangers usually confide in me, friends too. Truth is sometimes, I truly do not know what to say to them, after I have prayed with and for them of course.
So what I always do is refer them to someone else who is wiser than me. In most instances, I say talk to your Pastor or leader and sometimes I go ahead to book an appointment with my Pastor for them. In some instances, I even recommend a psychologist or therapist as the case maybe. I noticed a trend though. Quite a lot of persons shy away from talking to people who can give them wise…
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