THAT WE PLAY DOES NOT MEAN WE DON’T HAVE PAIN: WHEN WE ARE DOWN, WE REMEMBER GOD IS UP BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE
Though we appear in nice attires but that’s not the entire worth of our lives. We share the pictures but that’s not in full pictures who we are and where we are.
Friends, what makes the difference is our decisions and response to the circumstances around us. The circumstances that can’t move us will definitely move away from us. Even when our pockets are empty, we have a confidence that our heads are not empty. We have thoughts, insights and ideas money can’t buy.
Like everyone around us feel, we have pains but we make it our play moments. We cry sometimes in the closet but we rejoice in the open. We have made a decision not to allow our pain rob us of our joy. Our joy is not a function of the circumstances around us but our decisions.
Often times, things around us don’t appear the way we want it to be but we have promised ourselves to behave the way we want to be despite the situation.
We also feel like giving up but what has always kept us is our understanding that God is up there and in us supplying us strength to hold on day by day.
Our lives are accounts containing the deposits of God for others to withdraw from. We are conscious of this that’s why we have made ourselves accessible everywhere to everyman. When they see us, they see answers to some of their prayers, solutions to their challenges, healings to their illnesses, smiles to their cry, relieves to their pains, miracles to their seeming impossible situations and helps for their need.
We won’t deceive the people around us to think all that we are and have is for us alone, we would bring them to the consciousness that we are here and all that we are is for humanity to benefit from. So if we are successful in a conquest, we would help others to be too. If we attain an height, we would lay down our expertise as a rope to draw others up to the altitudes we are and even beyond us.
We have no competition in view, our focus is competence by complementing others. Who we are, where we are, how we are and what we are is a privilege, it could have been anyone else. Our greatest privilege is helping others to be all that they could be.
We are wired and programmed to love others irrevocably not only by what they do to us, but by what we would do to them. We have decided long ago to love rather than hate, we choose friendship instead of enmity, patience instead of wondering about, smile rather than cry, complement rather than jealousy, celebrate others rather than envying others. That’s how we roll.