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You Determine What Your Problems Do To You PT II @KingJoseph_1

Do you think you have problems?

My dear, they will not last forever. Your problem will not live forever, but you will! Storms always give way for the sun . winter always thaws into springtime.
Your storm will soon be over, my dear. And your winter will thaw. Your problem will be resolved.
Remember this, every problem has a limited life span, just like every mountain has a peak and every valley has its low point.

Automatically, life has its ups and downs, its peaks and its valleys, no one us up all the time, nor are they down all the time. Problems do end, they do go away. They are all resolved in time. It has happened to me severally and I have gone over them severally as well. Just few days ago, I went through one that i almost lost myself to it, I got myself so worked up, just because I had a little debt to settle back in Lagos while I was on a business assignment in Ibadan (our bus was attacked and we were robbed in the process.) And on getting to ibadan, something I least expected happened again. I was at a crossroad, I was so stranded financially. I could not call anyone, why? My airtime got exhausted before I eventually smuggled myself into Ibadan city (Ring Road to be precise…hmm). Messages weren’t delivering either.

Calls from a recipient I ought to have settled since on Thursday as promised were coming in like seriously with words that I didn’t know what to respond with (and it was almost getting late or it was late already, meaning there was no way I could make it back to Lagos State that day, not even if I was a Sorcerer…my ATM cards also got missing.)

I started calling friends and colleagues to see how they could be of help, but all na ofege (was to no avail). I stripped myself naked (to enable me wash my shirts, and under wears that were as dirty as that of a typical Nigerian mechanic Engineer’s uniform…we call them Mecho) in the hotel room, which I checked in without a dime on me, when it was too late for a stranger like me to roam about the city (since a Client who was supposed to welcome and take me round Ibadan in her Car to carry out some of my tasks there had traveled to another state, unconsciously forgetting I was still going to make it down to Ibadan that fateful day…ojo buruku esu gbomi muu: bad day devil drink water…smiles)

Then, suddenly, it dawned on me that I could get. to be continued

Click Here for PART 1

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Am a Computer Engr./Instructor,Fashion/Graphic Designer...Song Writer,Composer and Performer. I love my bloods & waters.

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